Monday, January 18
With humor and insight, Tony Award-winning Sarah Jones portrays a diverse range of characters discussing the incredible life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Based on the true story of Stanislaw Ulam, a Polish Jewish mathematician, this dramatic film is a deft portrait of an ambitious man caught in an ethical crisis.
Starring Anita Hartig, Anita Rachvelishvili, Aleksandrs Antonenko, and Ildar Abdrazakov, conducted by Pablo Heras-Casado. From November 1, 2014.
Adapted from a story by David Bezmozgis set in Brighton Beach in the 1980s, Minyan follows David, a young Russian Jewish man, as he comes to terms with his identity.
Acclaimed Latvian opera, stage, and film director Viestur Kairish presents the tragicomic story of Ansis, an easygoing sign painter with artistic ambitions.
Starring Anna Netrebko, Piotr Beczała, Mariusz Kwiecień, and Ildar Abdrazakov, conducted by Marco Armiliato. From February 7, 2009.
Celebrating the musical identity of their counties, enjoy Janácek Sonata for Violin and Piano and Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15.
Starring Sondra Radvanovsky, Joyce DiDonato, Joseph Calleja, and Matthew Rose, conducted by Carlo Rizzi. From October 7, 2017.
Inspired by classical music radio host Martin Goldsmith’s book, The Inextinguishable Symphony, this year’s Centerpiece film deftly combines history and drama.
Starring Natalie Dessay, Matthew Polenzani, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Fabio Luisi. From April 14, 2012.
Experience the peerless artistry of CMS with newly curated full-length HD concerts featuring archival video recordings woven together into never-before-heard concert pairings.
Enjoy performances from one of the most popular operas, La Bohème, composed by Giacomo Puccini. Featuring exclusive video clips and an interactive discussion.
Join Winter Journey director Anders Østergaard and author Martin Goldsmith for a live talk to discuss their Centerpiece selection of the 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival.
Documentarian Judith Helfand’s beautiful film inspires conversations about family devotion and probes the connections between love and the objects we accumulate and pass on.
Starring Hildegard Behrens, Plácido Domingo, and Cornell MacNeil, conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli. From March 27, 1985.
High notes and high drama will be in abundance when this world-famous soprano-tenor pairing comes together for a live performance broadcast live from Europe.
In this workshop, Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Judith Helfand will lead a connect-the-dots tour through her body of autobiographical work.
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Live From Lincoln Center brings the best of the world-class performances captured on Lincoln Center’s campus to audiences at home. Its glittering archive features mesmerizing concerts recorded over the past 40 years by Lincoln Center’s resident companies and hundreds of the world’s greatest artists.Learn More »
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. Learn More »
We know that school might feel a little different this year. Whether your little ones are learning in the classroom or at home, Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom's growing collection of episodes will be available for supplemental learning at any time. Led by some of the world’s best artists and educators, each creative workshop utilizes simple household materials to help families with children explore a variety of art forms. Learn More »