Lincoln Center Presents prioritizes an expansive view of artistic excellence at Lincoln Center—championing new art forms and reimagining the possibilities of a concert hall with the reopening of David Geffen Hall. Join us year-round in experiencing the power of live arts, and please, make yourselves at home.”Shanta Thake

June 07 at 7:30 pm

Summer for the City

Arun Ramamurthy Trio

Lincoln Center Presents

June 07 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

The Arun Ramamurthy Trio fuses South Indian Carnatic classical, western classical, and contemporary jazz into a lively storm of cross-cultural sound.

June 08 at 7:30 pm

Summer for the City

Second Moon: Moonlight Flows

Lincoln Center Presents
Korean Cultural Center New York

June 08 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

South Korean ensemble Second Moon finds inspiration in ethnic folk music from around the world, including pansori, Irish traditional, and bluegrass.

June 10 at 5:00 pm

Summer for the City


Conceived and created by nora chipaumire

Lincoln Center Presents

June 10 at 5:00 pm

Alice Tully Hall

A juridical and immersive opera which recounts Zimbabwe's first freedom fighters and decolonizes a Western art form.

June 14 at 11:30 am

Summer for the City
Kids, Teens, and Families

Musical Storytime with Laura

Lincoln Center Presents
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

June 14 at 11:30 am

The Garden at Damrosch Park

Laura Ziegler, Director and Lead Teacher at NYC’s Just Accessible Music, hosts this outdoor family-friendly Musical Storytime.

Summer for the City: Where New Yorkers come together

The ultimate New York Festival returns from June 14–August 12! Join us for hundreds of FREE events with thousands of artists celebrating the cultural communities of NYC. Together with visionary artist Clint Ramos, we animate every inch of the campus all summer long, creating welcoming spaces infused with greenery and colorful botanicals: The Garden, Hearst Plaza, The Underground at Jaffe Drive, The Reading Room, and The Dance Floor, the city’s largest outdoor dance floor with a, now iconic, mega disco ball. Explore the Summer for the City calendar »

See yourself at Lincoln Center

Explore The Legacies of San Juan Hill

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts hosts conversations, performances, and installations deepening our ongoing exploration of the largely working-class Manhattan neighborhoods that existed in and around the area where Lincoln Center was built in the 1950s and 1960s—The Legacies of San Juan Hill. Learn more about our upcoming events: Sydnie L. Mosley Dances’ PURPLE: A Ritual in Nine Spells and Elements of Humanity: Garments of San Juan Hill.

Register for Access programs designed for you and your family

Registration is currently open for the spring season of Lincoln Center's legacy Access programs! Learn more about Passport to the Arts, a welcoming, accessible, and cost-free introduction to the performing arts for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families. On July 1, the popular Big Umbrella Festival takes bloom as a free 1-day campus takeover full of relaxed spaces with multi-sensory experiences.

Be transported into a world of music, dance, theater, and more

Home to programming as vibrant and diverse as the city we serve, the David Rubenstein Atrium is your space to enjoy world-class talent—every week, all for FREE! Encompassing performances, talks, family shows, opportunities for civic engagement, social dances, and more, the Atrium’s programming opens our world to culture that addresses today’s most pressing issues, broadens our moral consciousness, and explores our common humanity. Explore free events at the Atrium »

Accessibility at Lincoln Center

A range of accommodations is provided for all Lincoln Center Presents performances. Learn more »

San Juan Hill Project Mural

View the EX VANDALS – San Juan Hill Project Mural on the east side of Amsterdam Avenue and 62nd Street. Learn more »

Livestream & In-person

Summer for the City Opening Night! June 14

Series and programs

Summer for the City

From June 12–August 14, the ultimate New York festival returns—featuring hundreds of events and thousands of artists in celebration of the vibrant cultural communities of NYC. Learn more »

David Rubenstein Atrium

Join us for free events every week at the Atrium—where arts and democracy converge through radical welcoming, artistic innovation, and community partnership. Visit the Atrium »

Kids, Teens, and Family

You're never too young to discover a passion for the arts! Don't miss our fun-filled roster of performances and events dedicated to kids, teens, and families of all ages. View calendar »

See Me As I Am

The first cross-campus exploration of a single artist, See Me As I Am: Lincoln Center’s Year-Long Celebration of Terence Blanchard spills across the campus, and beyond, with multi-disciplinary presentations. Learn more »

Passport to the Arts

Designed for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming, accessible, free introduction to the arts. Register here »

Lincoln Center Moments

Register for a free performance-based program specially designed for individuals with dementia and their caregivers.  Register here »

Young Artist Pipeline

Lincoln Center's Young Artist Pipeline is an arts training program for middle school students interested in developing their craft in a chosen art form. Learn more »

American Songbook: A Place You Belong

This year’s series explored themes of belonging and discovery, embodying the spirit of iconic New York City venues which shaped modern music and culture across the country. Learn more »

Works & Process at Lincoln Center

Works & Process is where New Yorkers are able to see, hear, and meet the most acclaimed artists in the world. Learn more »