Top 5 Fall Events in New York

by Guest Post on October 10, 2012

in Travel News

The Big Apple is lovely in the fall season. The weather is still mild, but already in September numerous activities emerge on the ‘to do’ lists of visitors and tourists. Events include various festivals, exhibitions, holidays and celebrations, cultural activities, and displays of famous designers, architects, artists, who come to this concrete jungle that dreams are made of. Of the millions of events, below are 5 worth mentioning and visiting.

Brooklyn Bridge, October, 2007American Ballet Theatre Fall 2012 Season

October 16 – October 20

This ballet event is all about choreographies by José Limon, Agnes Mille, Antony Tudor and many more. Ranging from innovative and modern pieces to the very traditional and classical ones, shows such as the Rodeo, and the Moor’s Pavane, and the premiere of Ratmansky’s work will be performed in the span of 4 days.

Architecture & Design Film Festival

October 18 – October 21

It is the fourth season of ADFF, a festival all about architecture and design showcasing 25 films in total.  Some of the notable films presented in this event are The Machine for Life, and Life Architecturally. The Machine for Life is a futuristic love story rooted in a bond between emotions, experiences, design, and architecture. Life Architecturally is documentary on the architectural processes of Debbie Ryan and Robert McBride, and their pioneering architectural concepts and designs.

Syfy HalloweeNYC Fest

October 26 – October 28

The Syfy HalloweeNYC Fest is a 3 day fun event where your family trip to New York can be spiced up with a true Halloween celebration.  This event includes pumpkin decorations, ghoulish goodie creations, as well face painting sessions.

Mozart Chopin Smetana – The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

November 2 – November 4

One of the more classical events for classical music lovers is the recreation of Mozart’s E minor Sonata, lead by Arnaud Sussman. Mozart has written this violin-piano sonata following his mother’s death, which is reflected in a first sad and longing, and then powerful and deeply moving melody. This melody is one of the only melancholic pieces of Mozart’s many cheerful works of this period.

Fuerza Bruta

Ongoing – November 11

Fuerza Bruta roughly translates to brute force, and brute force in the form a theatrical wonder is what can be expected at this marvelous event full of water, action, and no words. The audience is immersed in a visceral performance where actors are the maddening triggers of a flow of dramatic experiences and dynamic music.

Author Bio – Sara C. is a blogger for Miinto, a collective of online clothing stores. When she isn’t hunting out the latest fashion trends, you’ll find scouting flight deal to travel the world.


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