Today, grounded in our founding values, Lincoln Center’s artistic vision is centered on championing diverse artistic voices and expanding access to ensure anyone, regardless of identity, can participate in the arts. We believe diversifying who is on stage, who is in the audience, and whose stories are told at Lincoln Center can transform the performing arts in New York City and beyond.
March 06 at 6:00 pm
Steven A. Cohen, Point72 Asset Management
James G. Dinan, York Capital Management
Bennett J. Goodman, Hunter Point Capital
Anna Nikolayevsky, Axel Capital Management
Steven A. Tananbaum, GoldenTree Asset Management
Ilana D. Weinstein, The IDW Group
Join us for a Special Evening Benefiting the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund
Through a night of cocktails, delicious food, and roaming entertainment, the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund hosts an electric evening filled with titans of the banking, alternative capital, private equity, and hedge fund industries in support of Lincoln Center's innovative initiatives like accessibility in the arts, arts education, and free and choose-what-you-pay programming that are all breaking down barriers and democratizing the arts for all.
Proceeds from this event support the following ten Lincoln Center resident organizations:
- The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
- Film at Lincoln Center
- Jazz at Lincoln Center
- The Juilliard School
- Lincoln Center Theater
- The Metropolitan Opera
- New York City Ballet
- New York Philharmonic
- The School of American Ballet
- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our EIN is 13-1847137.
Please note that all but $450 per ticket is tax deductible. Contributions are fully tax deductible.