8 Things To Do In NYC In March

Amina Frassl | March 4, 2020 | Lifestyle

FliegendeHollander00010026RGB-0001.jpgBryn Terfel as the Dutchman in Der Fliegende Holländer

Opening Gala of Der Fliegende Holländer
With his production of Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holländer, Francois Girard transforms The Met Opera into an oil painting. The black-tie gala will include a cocktail reception, dinner on the Grand Tier, Champagne and dessert. Sponsor tickets from $2,000, The Metropolitan Opera, metopera.org

New York International Antiquarian Book Fair
The 60th annual book fair features a vast array of rare books, first editions, maps, manuscripts and ephemera. Tickets $25, Park Avenue Armory, nyantiquarianbookfair.com

Young People’s Chorus of New York City 2020 Annual Gala Benefit Concert & Dinner
Aiming to offer children from all backgrounds a music education, the benefit is hosted by Jason Mraz with dinner at the Mandarin Oriental. Dinner and concert tickets from $1,250, Frederick P. Rose Hall, ypc.org

CovetHouseKoketRoxychandelier41-0001.jpgRoxy chandelier by Koket, exhibited by Covet House at the Architectural Digest Design Show.

3/19-22 (POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE 25 - 28, 2020)
Architectural Digest Design Show
With exquisite curations from more than 400 brands, the show brings together 40,000 design aficionados inspired by seminars, culinary demonstrations and special appearances. Pier 94, addesignshow.com


NYC Hope Gala
The childhood cancer gala will include an open bar, dinner, dancing, a silent auction and a special speaker. General admission tickets $315, Gotham Hall, nychopegala.com

Macy’s Annual Flower Show
Featuring bright colors and exotic floral arrangements across store countertops, windows and specially designed architecture, the exhibition immerses visitors into a global atmosphere. Macy’s Herald Square, macys.com

Back due to popular demand, Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca returns to The Met Opera, starring Anna Netrebko as Rome’s explosive diva Floria Tosca. Orchestra tickets from $130, The Metropolitan Opera, metopera.org

3VisitorsviewingGeorgeWashingtonCrossingtheDelawarebyEmanuelLeutzephototakenin1910ImagecopyrightTheMetropolitanMuseumofArt.jpgThe Met visitors viewing “George Washington Crossing the Delaware” in 1910

Making The Met, 1870-2020
The centerpiece of the 150th anniversary celebration of The Met, the exhibition is a museumwide collaboration that delves into the institution’s history. Tickets $25, The Met, metmuseum.org

Tags: agenda

Photography by: Der Fliegende Holländer photo by Paola Kudacki/Met Opera; The Met photo © The Metropolitan Museum of Art; chandelier photo courtesy of the Architectural Digest Design Show