Thursday, February 25
Seton and Yunie discuss the rise of Hugh Masekela, also known as “the father of South African jazz“ with guest Mark Ruffin, program director for SiriusXM’s Real Jazz station.
Join NYCB Corps de Ballet Member Christina Clark for a free dance-based workshop for teens and adults with disabilities, featuring movement inspired by Prodigal Son.
Experience the multitalented Camille Thurman, a formidable saxophonist, vocalist, and bandleader, alongside her regular working band, the outstanding Darrell Green Trio.
Starring Angela Meade, Marcello Giordani, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, and Ferruccio Furlanetto, conducted by Marco Armiliato. Production by Pier Luigi Samaritani. From February 25, 2012.
Experience the peerless artistry of CMS with newly curated full-length HD concerts featuring archival video recordings woven together into never-before-heard concert pairings.
NYCB’s Three Sides of Balanchine streaming series continues with a previously-recorded performance of Prodigal Son, available to enjoy free of charge on YouTube until March 4.
Starring Natalie Dessay, Matthew Polenzani, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Fabio Luisi. Production by Willy Decker. From April 14, 2012.
Playwright Ren Dara Santiago leads an interactive workshop focused on contemporary issues and individual hopes for the future. Open to creators in all disciplines.
Join NYCB Corps de Ballet Member Mimi Staker for a movement workshop for children ages 3-8, focusing on the “Winter“ divertissement from Jerome Robbins’ The Four Seasons.
Join NYCB Soloist Sara Adams for a free ballet-based movement workshop for children with disabilities, inspired by the “Winter“ divertissement from Robbins’ The Four Seasons.
Starring Sondra Radvanovsky, Kathleen Kim, Stephanie Blythe, Marcelo Álvarez, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Fabio Luisi. Production by David Alden. From Dec. 8, 2012.
Starring Anna Netrebko, Dolora Zajick, Yonghoon Lee, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Marco Armiliato. Production by Sir David McVicar. From October 3, 2015.
Written while French composer Olivier Messiaen was in a prisoner-of-war camp, this program features his powerful Quatuor pour la fin du temps (Quartet for the End of Time).
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These beautifully varied, multifaceted performances and conversations amplify the stories and perspectives of Black individuals from a multitude of cultures and contexts. We hope you’ll engage with these works to commemorate Black History Month with us and revisit them all year long. Learn More »
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 »
Designed for families with children, teens, and adults with disabilities, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming introduction to the performing arts at no cost. Our current season features virtual programs with New York City Ballet, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Learn More »