Thursday 5 July 2018:
Thu 5 Jul 2018, 19:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkAtrium 360Â°
For this soulful double-bill filled with Creole spirit, singer-songwriter and guitarist Melissa Laveaux will fill the Atrium with her sunny, melody-driven music at the intersection of folk, indie pop, electro, and blues. Born in Canada to Haitian parents and now based in France, her critically acclaimed new album, Radio SiwÃ¨l , explores her Creole ancestry as well as Haitiâ€™s histo
Thursday 12 July 2018:
Thu 12 Jul 2018, 19:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkAtrium 360Â°
Based in Germany with roots in Mozambique, Ghana, Portugal, and Germany, producer Lee Bass and MC Gata Misteriosa have been lighting up the global bass scene with their Afro-Futurist, masked mystique since 2013. Using synths and effects processors side-by-side with live Djembe rhythms and dancers, all underlaid by supersonic bass and breakbeats, Gato Preto blends the favela funk of
Saturday 14 July 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkMs. Riza and the WeBop Family Jazz Band are having a dance party! We're transforming the Ertegun Atrium into a swingin' dance hall for our next WeBop Family Jazz Party. Join us for "LetÂ´s Dance!" as we lindy hop, mambo, and second line parade through Frederick P. Rose Hall!
Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 July 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkConductor Louis LangrÃ©e, the Festival Orchestra, bass-baritone DavÃ³ne Tines, and a huge cast of singers, musicians, and dancers celebrate Leonard Bernstein with a fully staged production of his bold 1971 MASS . Born of the Vietnam War era, MASS is an endlessly inventive dramatic happening and case study in eclecticism, with rock, gospel, and Broadway songwriter Stephen Schwartzâ€™s "Simple Song" wov
Thursday 19 July 2018:
Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 July 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkFor this exhilarating evening inspired by fable, film, and the French-American connection, maestro Louis LangrÃ©e leads the Festival Orchestra in Bernsteinâ€™s Voltaire-inspired overture and a new edition of Gershwinâ€™s score to An American in Paris . The ultimate American Mozart pianist Emanuel Ax ignites the famous melodies of one of Mozartâ€™s finest piano concertos (also Bernsteinâ€™s favorite "party"
Wednesday 25 July 2018:
Wed 25 Jul 2018, 22:00 - Lincoln Center, New YorkEmanuel Ax returns to the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse for another memorable late-night recital enhanced by complimentary wine and gorgeous views of New YorkÂ´s sparkling skyline. Beginning with dreamy solo works by Debussy and Mozart, the program takes an enchanting turn when one of Mozartâ€™s favorite instruments-the mysterious glass harmonica-arrives onstage. Ax will perform music by Mozart, Gershw
Thursday 26 July 2018:
Thu 26 Jul 2018, 19:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkAtrium 360Â°
With music that blends roots, reggae, hip-hop, and socially engaged lyrics, the pioneering Argentinian artist Alika is a pillar of the Latin American dancehall scene and a champion of the fight against injustice and violence in the barrios of her country. She began her career as one half of the duo Actitud MarÃa Marta, one of the first female rap groups in Latin America, and has g
Friday 27 and Saturday 28 July 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkCharismatic early-music star and music director of the Academy of Ancient Music, Richard Egarr leads the Festival Orchestra from the keyboard in jewels of the High Baroque. Whether itâ€™s the lilting French dances of Handelâ€™s Water Music or the dazzling runs of Bachâ€™s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, considered by many to be the first keyboard concerto, this program is filled with symphonic delights from
Saturday 28 July 2018:
Sat 28 Jul 2018, 22:00 - Lincoln Center, New YorkSeveral stars of New Yorkâ€™s early-music scene under the direction of the excellent keyboardist Avi Stein offer up an exhilarating late-night concert in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse. Relax with a glass of complimentary wine and revel in the chromatic color and dazzling virtuosity of Vivaldi and his contemporaries, reflected in the floor-to-ceiling views of Manhattanâ€™s glittering skyline.
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