Great Performers presents compelling performances of classical and bold, cutting-edge repertoire.
The Telegraph Quartet is known for its “soulfulness, tonal beauty and intelligent attention to detail” (San Francisco Chronicle). For this free, hour-long program, the ensemble highlights the dashing “Lobkowitz” F-major Quartet by Haydn, the final quartet written by this master of the form. Britten'...
The soul of Gustav Mahler comes to life in this 2011 documentary through places and objects: his conductor's podium, the summer home where he composed, his glasses, baton, musical score, and manuscripts. This acclaimed film cuts through the romantic mythology of an icon to create a complex portrait ...
This beautifully shot documentary highlights Mahler interpretations by conductors Bernard Haitink, Riccardo Chailly, Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, and Simon Rattle, as revealed through interviews, rehearsals, and performances. Featured are three orchestras that Mahler himself once conducted: the Ro...
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, ...
Known for its cutting-edge performances, the Argus Quartet showcases its “rare level of innovation” (New Classic LA) in this free program that pairs two masters of the repertory—Bach and Beethoven—with contemporary composers Rolf Wallin, Juri Seo, Christopher Theofanidis, and Garth Knox.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's music director dives into Mahler’s most popular symphony.
Classical guitarist JIJI talks about her upcoming April 28 Sunday Morning Coffee Concert and the eclectic program she has planned.
Great Performers 2019–20 melds established and emerging musical favorites.
An four-part series of free concerts by string quartets runs February 7 through May 2 at the David Rubenstein Atrium
If the soundtrack to your life was written by Mahler, what would it be?
Two giants of the podium converge at Lincoln Center.
The renowned violinist traces his relationship to Bach's music back to its source.
Next season's Great Performers matches masterworks and virtuosos.
Settle in with a hot drink and enjoy a perfect soundtrack to falling snow.
Meet pianist Jenny Lin, known for her creative, thoughtfully crafted recitals.
Conductor Thomas Dausgaard leads us through the works that inspired Beethoven's Missa solemnis.
Delve into the psychology and musicality of Schubert's famous Wanderer in various versions of five songs.
A preview of the Great Performers 2017/18 season
10 questions with violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja
Read the poem that inspired one of the most uplifting pieces of music ever written.
When the Budapest Festival Orchestra performs Beethoven, it's never business as usual.
Jeremy Denk describes the challenge of telling a musical story with his upcoming program.
The Italian conductor shares his secrets on Verdi, the Russian repertoire, and holding people’s attention in the smartphone era.
Raymond Erickson provides the political and social context for Giovanni Gabrieli's A Venetian Coronation.
The box office, located in the hall lobby at Broadway and 65th Street, sells tickets Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–6:00 pm, Sunday 12:00–6:00 pm and until 30 minutes after the start of any performance. Online Sales: Film Society, Juilliard School, Great Performers, American Songbo...
Located inside the hall lobby at Columbus Avenue at 64th Street, the box office is open Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–6:00 pm and Sunday 12:00–6:00 pm. Online Sales: Great Performers, American Songbook, Midsummer Night Swing, Mostly Mozart Festival, White Light Fest...
In addition to the regular season of the Chamber Music Society, Starr Theater, with its warm wood veneers, has been the site of events ranging from television’s Food Network Upfronts to a Film Society Chaplin Award hosted by Barbara Streisand, a performance by legendary gospel singer Mavis Sta...
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) serves three primary roles: presenter of artistic programming, national leader in arts and education and community relations, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. A presenter of more than 3,000 free and ticketed events, performances, tours, and educ...
Paving the way to world class performance since 1962, Lincoln Center invites art savants and newcomers alike to see what it feels like to let art in. Renowned for an eclectic mix of thousands of events held annually and a groundswell of creative energy all throughout the masterfully designed campus, you could come every day of the year and still only scratch the surface.