Ring in the season at Lincoln Center with ballet, hot jazz, a live Harry Potter soundtrack… and more!
Modern muse Julia Bullock makes her White Light Festival debut in Zauberland (Magic Land).
Composer James MacMillan continues a rich devotional tradition with his Stabat Mater.
Ahead of his Lincoln Center debut at the David Rubenstein Atrium, Aaron Whitby talks about his new album "Cousin From Another Planet."
The White Light Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary with works that stimulate spirit and mind alike.
Students talk about their experiences collaborating with a Lincoln Center Education teaching artist.
Lincoln Center’s Accessibility Partnerships and Programs Fellow, Rebecca Klein, digs deep into the archives and reflects on Lincoln Center's 34-year relationship with accessibility and inclusion.
We asked Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra violinist Eva Burmeister to show us what's in her case. Here's what we found!
We asked the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra's music librarian to show us what treasures he carries with him in his bag.
We asked Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra cellist Ann Kim to show us what's in her case. Here's what we found!
How the global exposition helped build a key site.
A trip through the renowned cellist's inspirations
Your ticket to a Mostly Mozart Festival concert gives you even more music! Come early and hear rising stars and old friends get the concert started.
We asked the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra's principal bassist to show us what's in his case. The results were enlightening!
A conversation with the composer of Esoteric Mass, which will be performed at the David Rubenstein Atrium on July 25.
A detailed, live audio description of The Magic Flute in this year's Mostly Mozart Festival allows all audiences to enjoy the classic opera.
Barrie Kosky, Suzanne Andrade, and Paul Barritt on flying elephants, the world of silent film, and the eternal search for love
Nø Førmat! label founder, Laurent Bizot, speaks about his inspiration.
The Mostly Mozart Festival honors its namesake.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's music director dives into Mahler’s most popular symphony.
Classical guitarist JIJI talks about her upcoming April 28 Sunday Morning Coffee Concert and the eclectic program she has planned.
Henry Timms begins his tenure as the 11th president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts next month.
Meet a few of the 2019 Avery Fisher Career Grant Recipients
Sixty years of performing-arts history are to be found in the voluminous Lincoln Center Archives.
Great Performers 2019–20 melds established and emerging musical favorites.
The Juilliard School's Seven Last Words Project pairs Haydn with commissioned works.
A useful roundup of free music, theater, jazz, classical, and other events to catch at Lincoln Center in March.
An overview of the Spring 2019 Lincoln Center Moments programs
An four-part series of free concerts by string quartets runs February 7 through May 2 at the David Rubenstein Atrium
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center traverses the turbulent history of Russia through two centuries of vastly expressive music.
Enjoy these free events at Lincoln Center next month.
Enjoy these free events at Lincoln Center next month.
Since 1959, Lincoln Center has been keeping the arts at the center of life.
Now in its 20th year, American Songbook keeps the setlist exciting.
A look back at some of our favorite articles from 2018
Musician Sugar Vendil and designer Jenny Lai have a vision for the concert hall, and it isn't concert black.
LC Kids invites parents and young ones to enjoy a season of world-class performances
Lincoln Center has the perfect gift for that special someone this holiday season.
Whether it's a festive classical concert, a salsa party or operatic wonder for the family, Lincoln Center offers a jolly range of activities to celebrate the season
A few of the classic plays, operas, and movies that have scared Lincoln Center audiences silly
Only the Sound Remains draws upon Japanese Noh as seen through the lens of Ezra Pound
A look back at the successful inaugural year of the Student Arts Council
American composer Morton Feldman's music knows how to take its time.
Ehrenkranz Artistic Director Jane Moss discusses the highlights of this year's White Light Festival
The author reflects on her summer internship.
The rapturous Finnish composer and the director Peter Sellars together channel the ancient art of Noh in Only the Sound Remains.
What exactly is a teaching artist? David Cote finds out.
Lincoln Center is offering two free Verbal Description and Touch Tours to guests who are blind or have low vision.
In search of four mythical composers of NYC's past.
White Light Festival's marvelous global collaborations return.
Arts Audition Boot Camp gives notable opportunities to students.
Juilliard students created a special performance for Lincoln Center Moments
A conversation with the Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director of the Mostly Mozart Festival
A note on the ongoing connection between Mark Morris and the Mostly Mozart Festival
The composer's perspective on The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects
With Summer Forum in full swing, hundreds of educators, artists, and administrators meet in the cultural heart of NYC.
On the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Katie Fanning reflects on its impact on the performing arts.
The early-music star talks Bach, Handel, and the unbridled joy of a great solo break.
A conversation with Adam Gopnik, David Denby, John Mauceri, Jamie Bernstein, and Jake Gyllenhaal
Digital Accessibility Fellow Yidan Zeng reflects on her time at Lincoln Center.
Accessibility Partnerships and Programs Fellow Mikaila Ware reflects on her time at Lincoln Center.
The composer of In the Name of the Earth discusses the inspiration behind his Mostly Mozart world premiere.
9 essential facts about Bernstein's iconic creation
You know who loved coffee? Bach. And Beethoven. And Mozart.
Three celebrated artists' groundbreaking dance work comes to Mostly Mozart.
While charting new territory, Mostly Mozart still celebrates its namesake.
Lincoln Center Education's Teaching Artist Labs are an unparalleled professional development experience for educators and artists.
Family-Linc builds arts-going habits that last a lifetime.
If the soundtrack to your life was written by Mahler, what would it be?
The French-Tunisian saxophonist and composer traces his path to a life in music.
Lincoln Center's campus has become a pioneer in sustainability.
Meet three of the 2018 Avery Fisher Career Grant Recipients
2018 Avery Fisher Career Grant recipients the Calidore String Quartet share their favorite string quartet recordings.
Two giants of the podium converge at Lincoln Center.
The renowned violinist traces his relationship to Bach's music back to its source.
Five teaching artists share what they've learned working with guests of Lincoln Center Moments
The Principal Guest Conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic discusses her approach.
Next season's Great Performers matches masterworks and virtuosos.
Saxophonists Stephanie Chou and Yacine Boulares discuss their individual musical approaches
Pianist Garrick Ohlsson shows us a different side of Beethoven's piano sonatas.
Eight colorful string quartets that were Made in the USA.
The Grammy Award–winning string quartet's favorite neighborhood spots
Winter Olympic sports paired with equally athletic musical feats.
Awa Sangho joins Trina Basu and other members of Brooklyn Raga Massive at the David Rubenstein Atrium on February 9 for the third installment in the Outside (In)dia series.
Harrison's book Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History celebrates the contributions black women have made to American history.
Settle in with a hot drink and enjoy a perfect soundtrack to falling snow.
Introducing our new podcast, This is Lincoln Center
A mixtape of 21st-century pop and classical music from the creators of the Yeethoven project.
Enjoy family-friendly campus events for children of all ages.
The ultimate holiday shopping source for lovers of the performing arts.
Nothing prepares you for a grand undertaking better than a carefully crafted prelude.
Introducing Lincoln Center's new Student Arts Council
Lincoln Center's Veterans Initiative connects veterans to the performing arts.
Conductor Thomas Dausgaard leads us through the works that inspired Beethoven's Missa solemnis.
The holiday season provides even more opportunities to attend magical, world-class events across campus.
Compositions motivated by faith form a large part of this year's White Light Festival.
Images in The Psalms Experience Gallery illuminate the continued relevance of ancient texts.
The poems known as the Psalms have endured for around 3,000 years.
Pianist Steven Osborne will perform Messiaen's Vingt regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus October 31 as part of this year's White Light Festival.
Will you win the favor of the gods or perish into a watery grave?
Discover the origins of an art form in this playlist curated by the head Juilliard Historical Performance program, Benjamin Sosland.
Meredith Monk comes to White Light imparting her creativity to a new generation.
Ehrenkranz Artistic Director Jane Moss discusses highlights of White Light 2017.
Monteverdi: The Birth of Opera opens Lincoln Center's White Light Festival.
All 150 psalms will be performed in settings old and new at the White Light Festival.
What we're reading to get in the mood for several upcoming programs at Lincoln Center.
Boost your knowledge of music, dance, opera, theater, and film at Lincoln Center or from home.
"Reconnect" at the White Light Festival.
Lincoln Center and New York City's Department of Education join forces to help aspiring artists.
A conversation with the organizers of the Outside (In)dia series
1,000 years of music inspired by the sun, the moon, and the immensity of the cosmos.
Here are nine things you never knew about this iconic campus fixture.
Artistic insights from the director of The Dark Mirror: Zender's Winterreise
Delve into the psychology and musicality of Schubert's famous Wanderer in various versions of five songs.
At Mostly Mozart, How Forests Think features works inspired by nature.
Ian Bostridge and Netia Jones explore a radical reframing of Schubert's Winterreise.
Nigel Redden looks back at his years as director of Lincoln Center Festival.
This summer, Lincoln Center’s plazas will debut a pop-up shop which channels the bright and celebratory energy of summer at Lincoln Center.
Matt Conlin, one of Lincoln Center's 2016–17 Accessibility Fellows, reflects on the past year.
Allison Baldwin, one of Lincoln Center's 2016–17 Accessibility Fellows, reflects on the past year.
An overview of the 2017 Mostly Mozart Festival
Lincoln Center staffers share their personal picks.
Find your answer with this handy flow chart.
The New York Philharmonic’s Music Director Alan Gilbert looks back at some of his favorite performances from his tenure with the orchestra.
Accessibility Partnerships & Programming Fellow Allison Baldwin explains the basics
A look at some of Lincoln Center's accommodations, programs, and events to ensure that people with autism can fully participate in the arts.
Lincoln Center's mentoring program develops the next generation of artists, professionals, and leaders.
Joseph W. Polisi, who steps down as president of The Juilliard School in June 2018, looks back at 33 years of growth, change, and innovation.
From Bach to Copland, this playlist takes us through 300 years of spring celebrations in music.
A preview of the Great Performers 2017/18 season
Read the poem that inspired one of the most uplifting pieces of music ever written.
When the Budapest Festival Orchestra performs Beethoven, it's never business as usual.
The holiday season provides even more opportunities to attend magical, world-class events across campus.
Experiences, memberships, and plenty of tchotchkes for all the arts lovers in your life.
Enjoy these exceptional Lincoln Center performances in the comfort of your own living room.
Jeremy Denk describes the challenge of telling a musical story with his upcoming program.
William Kentridge tells the story of the creation of the opera Il ritorno d'Ulisse.
Book recommendations by John Schaefer, who will moderate the White Light Conversation "Our Humanity: Past, Present, and Future" on November 5
T.M. Krishna has made it his mission to challenge the artistic and social orthodoxies of Carnatic music.
The Italian conductor shares his secrets on Verdi, the Russian repertoire, and holding people’s attention in the smartphone era.
V. Selvaganesh is heir to one of the great musical lineages in India and one that has thrived on innovation.
Although she is one of India's top artists, Bombay Jayashri describes herself as a listener first.
The renowned British chorus director Simon Halsey picks his favorites.
A beginner’s guide to Indian classical music
Raymond Erickson provides the political and social context for Giovanni Gabrieli's A Venetian Coronation.
For Disability Awareness Month, Katie Fanning discusses progress in the performing arts.
What does it mean to be human in the age of technology?
Pianist and writer Jeremy Denk explores the threads of shared musicality woven through works composed over eight centuries.
In conjunction with the Sounds of India series, Pavan K. Varma offers insights into India's contemporary realities.
Listening deeply to the Earth—as both artist and human—is more essential than ever.
On the eve of the 2016 White Light Festival, Leif Wenar asks a fundamental question.
Cory Smythe and Peter Evans on their influences, compositions, and what makes a good improvising partner.
Researchers aim to figure out what goes on inside humanity’s most consistently creative minds.
The Emerson String Quartet reveals their secrets to becoming one of the world’s most acclaimed chamber music groups.
The Crossing’s visionary project is a sublime musical experience for the heart, mind, and soul.
An excerpt from Mozart’s Women illustrates how the composer took the concept of opera to new and glorious heights.
Gabe Mizrachi explores musical modernism in the mid-20th century as a beacon of artistic and intellectual freedom.
The two geniuses had more in common than just their native language.
With a life even more colorful than many of his creations, the librettist of Mozart’s greatest operas, Lorenzo Da Ponte, ended up in New York City—where he had quite the adventure.
How one special festival, and the man who inspired it, contributed to New York’s summertime cultural landscape.
The pianist talks about some of his all-time favorite recordings.
Gabe Mizrachi digs into the 1887 piece that established the piano quintet as a serious concert form.
Amanda MacBlane talks to composer David Lang about the public domain, his new 1,000-voice choral work.
Pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane shares his favorite recordings (and a few live performances) of Mozart’s piano music.
Lincoln Center Moments is a new program designed to offer the benefits of music to people with dementia and their caregivers.
What will your ending be?
A brief history of the Mostly Mozart Festival
Artists talk about the impact of Steve Reich’s music on their work and lives.
Ken Moore traces the history of two ancient instruments that will be featured in this year's Lincoln Center Festival.
Supercharge your arts knowledge with one of these expert-led classes on music, opera, dance, and film.
For 60 years, Lincoln Center has been a magnet for famous figures doing fascinating things, and sometimes it isn't people you'd typically find in front of an orchestra or on an opera stage.
Sophisticated concert hall featuring classical music performances, from soloists to orchestras.
New York Philharmonic and classical music related gifts and CDs, including an extensive collection of children's books related to music for all ages as well as ladies' and men's personal accessories. Located in the Grand Promenade during New York Philharmonic concerts.
The New York Philharmonic plays a leading cultural role in New York City, the United States, and the world. Each season the Orchestra connects with up to 50 million music lovers through live concerts in New York and around the world, broadcasts, recordings, and education programs. Jaap van Zweden be...
Founded in 1905, The Juilliard School is a world leader in performing-arts education. Its mission is to provide the highest caliber of arts education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world, so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citi...