Friday, March 5
Inspector Pulse investigates the different colors on his digital piano! But how can a sound have a color if you can’t see it?
Make a birthday party scene with Mr. Matt. In this theater workshop, you will learn how to use character point of view to create and perform dynamic, fun scenes.
Starring Patricia Racette, Anthony Dean Griffey, and Anthony Michaels-Moore, conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles. Production by John Doyle. From March 15, 2008.
Starring Renée Fleming, Emily Magee, Dolora Zajick, Piotr Beczała, and John Relyea, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Production by Otto Schenk. From February 8, 2014.
Commemorating the Civil Rights Movement’s “Bloody Sunday,“ this film screening and discussion reflects on the lives and legacies of John Lewis and C.T. Vivian.
Starring Leontyne Price, Giuseppe Giacomini, Leo Nucci, and Bonaldo Giaiotti, conducted by James Levine. Production by John Dexter. From March 24, 1984.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Lynn Nottage discusses her work and career with theatre critic Elisabeth Vincentelli in this newly released interview from 2019.
Composer and violinist Jessie Montgomery talks with violinist Benjamin Beilman about motivation, influences, inspiration and her work Duo for Violin and Cello.
Ruth Crawford Seeger’s String Quartet appears alongside Alan L. Smith’s Vignette’s Covered Wagon Woman.
Female a cappella quintet, Nobuntu, performs a lively set that includes traditional Zimbabwean songs, Afro-Jazz and Gospel influences, and dancing! (Rerun)
Enjoy a rich array of newly recorded performances alongside archival recordings, interview clips, & supporting material to help introduce composers you might not know of yet.
Helen Sung makes her long-awaited return to Jazz at Lincoln Center to kick off a month-long celebration of Women in Jazz.
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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 »