In-person & Online Events
Monday, June 14
Robert Hooks and the late Douglas Turner Ward discuss their work founding the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC). This presentation marks the digital debut of this conversation.
The Art of Interpretation series combines discussion and performance elements to delve into great works from the perspective of the musicians.
In this program, Juilliard reflects through music, dance, and drama on our epic year, reconnecting live, and forging ahead with joy and purpose.
Soul Science Lab leads a musical journey through the Black experience in America in Soundtrack '63 (Rerun).
Kuku is a celebration of rhythm and life! Learn the key movements of this West African traditional dance style on today's Dance Break with Tendayi Kuumba!
Join NY Phil for fun, conversation, and activities led by Philharmonic Teaching Artists and Musicians!
To honor Juneteenth, Concerts For Kids presents Coming Together, a joyous celebration of Black culture through music, dance, and poetry.
This Juneteenth, the size, scope and talent in this musical celebration of Black excellence emphasizes America’s ongoing struggle for greater equity.
“Questlove” presents a powerful documentary—part music film, part historical record, of an event that celebrated Black history, culture and fashion.
Co-presented by Film at Lincoln Center and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is proud to express its wholehearted commitment to the visibility, equality, and support of LGBTQIA+ communities—365 days of the year. For the month of June, we celebrate LGBTQIA+ stories, talents, and contributions by spotlighting artistic programming and vibrant campus activations. Learn More »
For family audiences, Lincoln Center has teamed up with a remarkable group of artists who bring world-class performances and diverse musical perspectives live to our outdoor stages. We're also happy to continue presenting past performances, in digital form, straight from the artists' homes to yours. Learn More »
Join us for Dance Break—a pause in your day to move, re-energize, and have fun! Filmed outdoors on Lincoln Center’s campus, these one-minute dance lessons feature a wide range of dance styles and are meant for all ages and abilities. Take a break, learn something new, and DANCE! Learn More »