PHILIP GLASS Akhnaten Philip Glass's mesmerizing modern masterpiece—a smash-hit in its 2019 company-premiere run—returns in Phelim McDermott’s unforgettable production, which brings ancient Egypt to vivid life with striking stage tableaux and a troupe of jugglers. Countertenor Anthony Rot...
Learn about the Korean musical style of samulnori.
Haitian music expert Cynthia Karaha's guide to Mizik Rasin (roots music).
We asked the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra's music librarian to show us what treasures he carries with him in his bag.
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.
Haitian singer/songwriter BélO talks about his sound, social justice initiatives, and the meaning behind his new music.
A beginner's guide to forró, courtesy of Brazilian music expert Greg Caz
It's free, it's in the fresh air, and there's a world of music to hear.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's music director dives into Mahler’s most popular symphony.
In advance of our March 15 ¡VAYA! 63 show at the David Rubenstein Atrium featuring Quintero's Salsa Project, our partner Carlos Chirinos selects music that represents the Venezuelan Afro-Latin sound, from salsa to Afro-Venezuelan inspired popular music.
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 introduction to the world of Cape Verdean music
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center traverses the turbulent history of Russia through two centuries of vastly expressive music.
On the eve of American Songbook 2019, music journalist Alison Fensterstock considers the many sides of artists.
The singer-songwriter, guitarist, drummer, and social activist discusses her life in music.
A conversation with trumpet player, composer, and music professor Etienne Charles.
A FREE show that fuses traditional music and contemporary hip-hop at the David Rubenstein Atrium on Thursday, October 25
American composer Morton Feldman's music knows how to take its time.
The rapturous Finnish composer and the director Peter Sellars together channel the ancient art of Noh in Only the Sound Remains.
A conversation with the legends—and the future—of Congolese music
A conversation with the Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director of the Mostly Mozart Festival
Upcoming free events at the David Rubenstein Atrium have an international flavor.
A taste of the flourishing São Paulo music scene with Brazilian musician Negro Leo.
Coming together in a space where the music amplifies the message.
The early-music star talks Bach, Handel, and the unbridled joy of a great solo break.
The composer of In the Name of the Earth discusses the inspiration behind his Mostly Mozart world premiere.
How do music and dance defy borders?
Chicago singer Zeshan B's multidimensional perspective on soul music.
This week's guest is pianist, arranger, and music director Michael Mitchell
The French-Tunisian saxophonist and composer traces his path to a life in music.
The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter shares his thoughts on making connections through music.
A sneak peek at the performers for the 2018 Independent Music Awards Ceremony
The renowned violinist traces his relationship to Bach's music back to its source.
Masayuki Hirano, A.K.A. BIGYUKI, brings colorful, spiritually driven electronic music to the Atrium on March 15.
Rosanne Cash closes American Songbook's season with a concert in Rose Theater.
In conjunction with American Songbook, music journalist James Gavin discusses the lasting legacy of Hoagy Carmichael.
Cloud Cult founder Craig Minowa reflects on the role music has played in his life.
The legendary Hollywood composer talks about his influences and the challenges of creating music for the concert hall.
A mixtape of 21st-century pop and classical music from the creators of the Yeethoven project.
Singer-songwriter Irka Mateo traces the folk roots of alternative music and jazz in her native Dominican Republic.
Boost your knowledge of music, dance, opera, theater, and film at Lincoln Center or from home.
1,000 years of music inspired by the sun, the moon, and the immensity of the cosmos.
In eight tracks, electronic music artist Hello Psychaleppo offers an extraordinary portrait of Syrian music today.
The New York Philharmonic’s Music Director Alan Gilbert looks back at some of his favorite performances from his tenure with the orchestra.
From Bach to Copland, this playlist takes us through 300 years of spring celebrations in music.
A beginner's guide to an ancient style of music from North Africa.
Bajah of Bajah + the Dry Eye Crew on how he uses his music to speak up.
Tom Pryor outlines his personal relationship to the Gnawa music of North Africa.
Read the poem that inspired one of the most uplifting pieces of music ever written.
In conjunction with American Songbook 2017, music critic Will Hermes examines the current state of the American song.
T.M. Krishna has made it his mission to challenge the artistic and social orthodoxies of Carnatic music.
One hour. 10 songs. Six decades of ear-opening music from Ethiopia.
The renowned British chorus director Simon Halsey picks his favorites.
A beginner’s guide to Indian classical music
Listening deeply to the Earth—as both artist and human—is more essential than ever.
M.A.K.U Soundsystem's Liliana Conde and Felipe Quiroz discuss the band’s unique sound and their collaborative approach.
The Emerson String Quartet reveals their secrets to becoming one of the world’s most acclaimed chamber music groups.
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.
The legendary singer imparts wisdom gained from a life of resilience and music.
Artists talk about the impact of Steve Reich’s music on their work and lives.
From carnivals to Carnegie Hall, the Lindy hop legend reflects on nine decades of performing, dancing, and living.
Don’t judge a work by its premiere: Some of history’s most celebrated and groundbreaking pieces of music, operas, ballets, and films didn’t receive their due at first.
Supercharge your arts knowledge with one of these expert-led classes on music, opera, dance, and film.
Welcome to the wacky world of the "silent disco," a dance party where the crowd hears the music only through wireless headphones.
From the rock stage to movies to the concert hall, the composer most closely associated with director Tim Burton is always trying something new.
This rarely performed jewel features some of the German composer's most ravishing music.
Live From Lincoln Center is a cornerstone of performing arts broadcasting, bringing the world’s greatest artists and performances in music, dance, and theater from Lincoln Center’s renowned stages to households across America on PBS. Since its premiere in 1976, Live From Lincoln Center has given hun...
Enjoy longstanding favorites and discover something new with three jam-packed weeks of world-class music, dance, and spoken word on the plazas of Lincoln Center. And it’s absolutely FREE!
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Lincoln Center's annual exploration of music and art’s power to reveal the many dimensions of our interior lives.
A thrilling summer of international music, opera, and dance featuring the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, renowned guest artists, emerging voices, premieres, and more—all reflecting Mozart’s legacy of invention and humanity.
Sophisticated concert hall featuring classical music performances, from soloists to orchestras.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, (CMS) has its home at Lincoln Center, in Alice Tully Hall – the finest hall in the world for chamber music. Through its performance, education, and recording/broadcast activities, it draws more people to chamber music than any other organization of ...
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...
Jazz at Lincoln Center is dedicated to inspiring and growing audiences for jazz. With the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and a comprehensive array of guest artists, Jazz at Lincoln Center advances a unique vision for the continued development of the art of jazz by producing a year-r...
The Metropolitan Opera is a vibrant home for the most creative and talented artists working in opera, including singers, conductors, composers, orchestra musicians, stage directors, designers, visual artists, choreographers, and dancers. Nearly 800,000 people attend more than 200 performances in the...
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts houses one of the world's most extensive combinations of circulating, reference, and rare archival collections in its field. These materials are available free of charge, along with a wide range of special programs, including exhibitions, semin...
New York City Ballet is one of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of spectacular dancers and an unparalleled repertory. The Company was founded in 1948 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, and it quickly became world-renowned for its athletic and contemporary style. Jerom...