Juilliard Jazz Orchestra

The Big Train: Jazz in Motion

Lincoln Center Presents

Free & Choose-What-You-Pay

New York Film Festival

Film at Lincoln Center: Sept 29–Oct 15

Heiva Pasifika NYC 2023

Sept 29–30 at the Library

Heggie's Dead Man Walking

The Metropolitan Opera

All Balanchine I

New York City Ballet

Samara Joy: Oct 6 & 7

Jazz at Lincoln Center

New York Philharmonic

Beethoven, Schubert, and Steve Reich

String Sonorities

Chamber Music Society

Welcome to Lincoln Center, home to 11 resident arts organizations. Presenting music, theater, dance, film, opera, and more, our stages bring a tapestry of artists—from across the globe—to New York City.

September 22 at 8:00 pm


New York City Ballet

September 22 at 8:00 pm

September 23 at 12:30 pm

Living Memories World COVID Tribute

Lincoln Center Presents

September 23 at 12:30 pm

LeFrak Lobby, David Geffen Hall

A poignant art installation honoring lives lost to COVID-19 and supporting the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Pandemic Accord.

See yourself at Lincoln Center

Celebrate the rich cultural traditions of New York City

This September, "La Reina del Barrio" Rhina Valentin hosts a conversation with Emmy-winning filmmaker Sandra Guzman in celebration of Latinx Heritage Month; Son Del Monte brings Cuban charanga to the Atrium with a nonstop social dance party; and oud player Firas Andari performs a stunning program of maqam music from the Middle East, Egypt, Turkey, and North Africa. In November, the Latin Wave Festival presents their popular Latine Composers Showcase, FUTUROS, New Ideas in Composition, for three nights—all for free, tickets not required!

Re-discover the classics and be wowed by world premieres

Lincoln Center Presents prioritizes an expansive view of artistic excellence all season long. Choreographer Akram Khan rethinks the colonizer-centric perspective of The Jungle Book, retelling the story of the young girl Mowgli as a refugee child stranded by the cruel realities of climate change. Gospel, funk, soul, and Afrobeat come together in a joyful interpretation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music, this time viewed through a utopian, afrofuturistic lens. Aficionados of classical arts won't want to miss Les Arts Florissants' spectacular production of Henry Purcell's The Fairy Queen and Philip Glass's The Complete Piano Etudes—both running this November with a Choose-What-You-Pay ticketing model.

Come as you are to welcoming spaces and artistic events

Lincoln Center is committed to integrating access needs in the creative process and creating a space where everyone feels welcome. This fall, we invite kids, teens, and families to discover a love for the arts, including Gimme Please, with a weekend designed specifically for babies/toddlers and another for neurodivergent audiences. Our free legacy programs return for the fall and winter season: Lincoln Center Moments, designed for those with dementia and their caregivers; and Passport to the Arts, bringing live performances from across campus to children, teens, and adults with disabilities.

Stand Up for Heroes 2023

A night of hope, healing, and laughter returns for its 17th celebration to honor our nation’s veterans and their families. Learn more »

Latinx Heritage Month

En honor al Mes de la Herencia Hispana o Latine, celebramos las importantes contribuciones artísticas aportadas por artistas, intérpretes y educadores de las artes latine.

Explore our resident organizations

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The nation's premier chamber music organization, presenting innovative programming and an international roster of artists, both in New York City and on tour around the world. Learn more »

Film at Lincoln Center

Celebrating cinema from around the world, supporting new filmmakers, and enhancing awareness and understanding of the art form among a diverse film-going audience since 1969. Learn more »

Jazz at Lincoln Center

The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education, and advocacy. Learn more »

The Juilliard School

Providing the highest caliber of artistic education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world, so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizens. Learn more »

Lincoln Center Theater

One of New York's favorite not-for-profit theaters, with Broadway productions at the Vivian Beaumont, off-Broadway productions at the Mitzi E. Newhouse, and new theater for new audiences at the Claire Tow. Learn more »

New York City Ballet

Founded in 1948 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, New York City Ballet is one of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of nearly 100 dancers and an unparalleled repertory of modern masterpieces. Learn more »

New York Philharmonic

Revitalizing the orchestral experience through the highest caliber of performances of the great music of the past and today, and through evolving educational programs, touring, and media initiatives. Learn more »

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Home to one of the most extensive archival and circulating collections in its field, the Library for the Performing Arts offers free programs, exhibitions, and more. Learn more »

The Metropolitan Opera

Home to the greatest artists in opera, the Met presents more than 200 performances each season and transmits 10 productions to movie theaters worldwide as part of the acclaimed Live in HD series. Learn more »

School of American Ballet

Founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, the School of American Ballet trains students aged 6 to 18 for careers in classical ballet. It is the official academy of New York City Ballet. Learn more »