Sounds of Lincoln Center

During this time of social distancing, we are bringing the Sounds of Lincoln Center to you through curated digital playlists. They feature music of joy, beauty, comfort, grief, and hope; music that reminds us of the power of the live arts to speak to our current reality and to help us imagine new futures ahead. All of the organizations at Lincoln Center have contributed to these playlists, as well as staff and community partners. Learn More »

Ces noms que nous portons

Choreographer Kyle Abraham and New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Taylor Stanley join forces for a powerful collaboration, filmed at the Lincoln Center fountain. At once evocative and tender, this beautiful site-specific performance is not to be missed. Learn More »

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Mostly Mozart Festival on WQXR

Join us for the reimagined Mostly Mozart Festival on WQXR. This seven-day multimedia festival reflects on the meaning of Mozart’s work and reminds audiences of the power of music to bring communities together. Engage with specially curated musical broadcasts, live events, digital content, and a range of programming that illuminates how racism and inequality have shaped classical music, past and present. Listen at 105.9 FM and WQXR.org. Learn More »

#ConcertsForKids

For family audiences, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is teaming up with a remarkable group of artists who will bring world-class performances and diverse musical perspectives straight from their homes to yours. We’re excited to share these short performances recorded by the artists themselves with your family at home. New concerts are released on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm ET, then become available on demand. Learn More »

Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom

School may be out for summer, but Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom is still in session. With fun activities from many art forms available on demand and fresh sessions every Friday, Pop-Up Classroom is here to help make creative learning part of your family’s summer routine. All you need to bring to the virtual classroom is your imagination (and sometimes a few simple materials found in the home). Learn More »