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In this 1975 concert film of Mahler's magnificent Eighth Symphony, nicknamed the “Symphony of a Thousand,” incomparable conductor Leonard Bernstein gathers the massed forces of the Vienna Philharmonic, three choirs, and eight stellar vocal soloists for a musical experience of overwhelming grandeur, ...
Lincoln Center has the perfect gift for that special someone this holiday season.
You know who loved coffee? Bach. And Beethoven. And Mozart.
Settle in with a hot drink and enjoy a perfect soundtrack to falling snow.
The ultimate holiday shopping source for lovers of the performing arts.
This summer, Lincoln Center’s plazas will debut a pop-up shop which channels the bright and celebratory energy of summer at Lincoln Center.
Experiences, memberships, and plenty of tchotchkes for all the arts lovers in your life.
New York Philharmonic and classical music related gifts and CDs, including an extensive collection of children's books related to music for all ages as well as ladies' and men's personal accessories. Located in the Grand Promenade during New York Philharmonic concerts.
Located on the Promenade of the David H. Koch Theater, the gift shop is open during the season of the New York City Ballet.
Located in the Met's south lobby, the Arnold and Marie Schwartz Gallery Met hosts works by some of the contemporary art world's most innovative and provocative figures. Conceived by General Manager Peter Gelb and Dodie Kazanjian, the founding director and curator, th...
Opened in 2009, the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center is a public visitors’ center, discount ticket facility (at the Zucker Box Office), and performance space where every event is free to the public. The robust, year-long programming includes a diverse array of world-class performances...