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International Contemporary Ensemble at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart

International Contemporary Ensemble at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart

International Contemporary Ensemble joins pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard for a tribute to one of the group’s favorite composers, Dai Fujikura, at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival on Aug. 13, 2015.

Magos & Limón at Lincoln Center's American Songbook

Magos & Limón at Lincoln Center's American Songbook

Jazz singer Magos Herrera joins forces with composer and flamenco guitarist Javier Limón for an evening of American and Latin jazz standards at Lincoln Center's American Songbook on Mar. 26, 2015.

We Like It Like That! A Boogaloo Celebration

We Like It Like That! A Boogaloo Celebration

Following Lincoln Center's New York premiere of the new documentary "We Like It Like That," Joe Bataan, Ray Lugo and the Boogaloo Destroyers, and special guests Richie Ray and Pete Rodriguez celebrated the history and legacy of boogaloo. Live from Damrosch Park on August 8, 2015.

Lincoln Center Originals: Songwriters, October 2015

Lincoln Center Originals: Songwriters, October 2015

Celebrated musical theater composers showcase original songs inspired by Lincoln Center. Appearances by Robert L. Freedman, Joe Iconis, Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk, Ryan Scott Oliver, Peter Millls, Justin Levine, and Nick Blaemire. Hosted by Jeff Blumenkrantz. Performances by Alice Ripley and David Perlman. Live from the David Rubenstein Atrium on October 27, 2015.

Mostly Mozart Festival: Danish String Quartet

Mostly Mozart Festival: Danish String Quartet

The Danish String Quartet arrived at the Kaplan Penthouse for its Mostly Mozart debut with a fascinating program that began with Mozart’s arrangements of The Well-Tempered Clavier followed by Thomas Adès’s kaleidoscopic fantasy Arcadiana and Beethoven’s earth-moving Grosse Fuge. Live from the Kaplan Penthouse on August 7, 2015.

Mostly Mozart Festival: Sol Gabetta, cello

Mostly Mozart Festival: Sol Gabetta, cello

The magnetic Argentine cellist Sol Gabetta lit up the night on August 5, 2015, with a silvery showpiece spun from Russian tunes by Adrien François Servais, "Fantaisie sur deux Airs russes," with accompaniment from pianist Ilya Yakushev. Glazunov’s arrangement of Chopin’s Etude in C-sharp minor, Op. 25, No. 7, and the Allegro from Shostakovich’s Sonata in D minor, Op. 40, were performed as encores.

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