A conversation with the Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director of the Mostly Mozart Festival
Broadway star Andrew Rannells on his PBS special, advice he's been given, and other famous people from Nebraska.
Pianist and arranger Ben Cohn on keeping a show fresh over an extended Broadway run
A conversation with the award-winning Broadway star Stephanie J. Block
This week's guest is pianist, arranger, and music director Michael Mitchell
This week's guest is two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster
This week's guest is soprano Ailyn Pérez, who later this month will be playing Juliette in an acclaimed production of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette at The Metropolitan Opera, conducted by Plácido Domingo.
The Principal Guest Conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic discusses her approach.
Percussionist Tito Puente Jr. carries on his father's legacy
A conversation with trumpeter, composer, and educator Dave Douglas, who's at Jazz at Lincoln Center this week.
Performers' perspectives on the iconic star-crossed lovers
A conversation with activist icon Gloria Steinem
Peter Walker, member of New York City Ballet's corps de ballet since 2012, discusses his path from dancer to choreographer.
A conversation with jazz pianist, vocalist, arranger, and solo artist Matt Ray
A conversation about auditions, collaborations, and what makes a song stand the test of time.
The legendary Hollywood composer talks about his influences and the challenges of creating music for the concert hall.
A conversation with one of the most celebrated theater artists in history
The first episode of This is Lincoln Center features two artists from the New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve concert "Bernstein on Broadway."
Introducing our new podcast, This is Lincoln Center
Liz Callaway, Richard Maltby, and David Shire talk auditions, muses, and the American songbook.
Enjoy these exceptional Lincoln Center performances in the comfort of your own living room.
M.A.K.U Soundsystem's Liliana Conde and Felipe Quiroz discuss the band’s unique sound and their collaborative approach.
Jarett Kobek, author of the novel I Hate the Internet, shares his thoughts on technology, humanity, and the opening night performance of Golem.