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Thursday 9 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b> Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Thursday 9 August 2018

Thu 9 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Friday 10 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Friday 10 August 2018

Fri 10 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Saturday 11 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Saturday 11 August 2018

Sat 11 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Sunday 12 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Sunday 12 August 2018

Sun 12 Aug 2018, 17:00 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


From Thursday 13 September to Saturday 15 September 2018:
Spaces by Wynton Marsalis From Thursday 13 September to Saturday 15 September 2018

Rose Theater, New York
entertaining exploration of the animal kingdom. Performed for the first time (to sold-out crowds) in 2016, this

Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October 2018:
Joey Alexander with Strings Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October 2018

Rose Theater, New York
When pianist Joey Alexander first performed in Rose Theater at age 11, it was a history-making
... highlight of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2014 gala. He has since sold out Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room

From Thursday 25 October to Saturday 27 October 2018:
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Plays Monk From Thursday 25 October to Saturday 27 October 2018

Rose Theater, New York
Thelonious Monk’s music is a playful, profound, and universally loved jazz canon that brings together musicians of all backgrounds and ages. As part of this season’s annual Monk Festival , the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will debut new Monk arrangements written by members of the JLCO and by some of jazz’s most promising young musicians, including Joe Block and Matt Wong,

Saturday 3 November 2018:
Family Concert: Who is Joe Williams? Saturday 3 November 2018

Rose Theater, New York
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra celebrates the life and music of Joe Williams, the dynamic baritone whose legendary voice and powerful sense of swing helped define the sound of the Count Basie Orchestra. Come stomp the blues away with a rollicking program of well-loved hits!

From Thursday 8 November to Saturday 10 November 2018:
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Plays Miles Davis From Thursday 8 November to Saturday 10 November 2018

Rose Theater, New York
fleshed out further in Davis’ 1959 landmark, Kind of Blue .
Davis stayed ahead of the curve throughout

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 November 2018:
Only the Sound Remains Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 November 2018

Rose Theater, New York
In Kaija Saariaho’s hypnotic opera, based on Ezra Pound’s translations of two Japanese Noh plays, a ghost and an angel emerge from a world of light and shadow. A trio of celebrated performers-countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, bass-baritone Davóne Tines, and dancer Nora Kimball-Mentzos-conjures these supernatural encounters in a U.S. premiere directed by Peter Sellars that shimmers with spectral pow



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