Borders are not barriers at this summer's Lincoln Center Festival.
Where do the performing arts fit in? Everywhere.
From Bach to Copland, this playlist takes us through 250 years of spring celebrations in music.
Read the poem that inspired one of the most uplifting pieces of music ever written.
The David Rubenstein Atrium places New York's unparalleled diversity at the heart of its artistic programming. And every event is free.
Experiences, memberships, and plenty of tchotchkes for all the arts lovers in your life.
The Italian conductor shares his secrets on Verdi, the Russian repertoire, and holding people’s attention in the smartphone era.
Boost your knowledge of music, dance, opera, theater, and film at Lincoln Center or from home.
The Crossing’s visionary project is a sublime musical experience for the heart, mind, and soul.
Amanda MacBlane talks to composer David Lang about the public domain, his new 1,000-voice choral work.
What will your ending be?
The French director talks about Molière, Lully, Louis XIV, and the universal appeal of Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
Artists talk about the impact of Steve Reich’s music on their work and lives.
To mark the release of the new double album and DVD from Blue Engine Records of Wynton Marsalis’s monumental homage to jazz’s gospel heritage, The Abyssinian Mass, Jazz at Lincoln Center produced a four-part video series that follows Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Chorale Le C...
Broadway director Lonny Price offers a snapshot of Frank Sinatra and the golden age of American song he presided over.
Supercharge your arts knowledge with one of these expert-led classes on music, opera, dance, and film.
Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, Percy Sledge, Paul Simon. In the 1960s and 70s, the course of popular music history ran through a remote corner of northwest Alabama. Discover the iconic “Muscle Shoals sound” with these tracks, hand-picked by the musicians that created it.