Tag Archives: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Lincoln Center to End Its Namesake Summer Festival

Source: New York Times » Music

Jane Moss, who revived the center’s Mostly Mozart festival, will take control of all summer programming with the demise of the Lincoln Center Festival.

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Hear 9 New Psalm Settings for Challenging Times

Source: New York Times » Music

Listen to pieces written by Nico Muhly, David Lang and more for the Psalms Experience, which runs through Nov. 11 at Lincoln Center.

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My Favorite Page: Contemplating a Mystically Charged Two-Hour Piano Epic

Source: New York Times » Music

Steven Osborne, a pianist acclaimed for his Messiaen, discusses “Vingt regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus,” which he will play on Tuesday at Lincoln Center.

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As Geffen Hall’s Renovation Stumbles, Cincinnati Shows the Way

Source: New York Times » Music

Reopening after a $143 million renovation, which removed a thousand seats, Cincinnati’s stately Music Hall offers a model for Lincoln Center.

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Your Week in Culture: Jay-Z, Eugene O’Neill and ‘Princess Bride’ in Theaters Nationwide

Source: New York Times » Music

Also the week of Oct. 15: Monteverdi’s groundbreaking “Orfeo” in Manhattan, and Mona Hatoum’s sly sculptures in Houston.

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David Geffen Criticizes ‘Shameful’ Lack of Support for Concert Hall

Source: New York Times » Music

Mr. Geffen lamented the downsizing of the $500 million David Geffen Hall project at Lincoln Center. “New York should have the best of everything,” he said.

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Mostly Mozart Festival: So Percussion and Ksenija Perform

Source: New York Times » Music

A Little Night Music, the popular series of late-night, hourlong programs, returns to the elegant and intimate Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center.

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24 Outdoor Performances to See This Summer In and Around New York

Source: New York Times » Music

Recommendations for other outdoor performances, scheduled around the holiday and beyond, suggested by reporters and critics of The New York Times.

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Critic’s Notebook: How Brahms’s ‘A German Requiem’ Became an Anthem for Our Time

Source: New York Times » Music

A deeply personal work has been accompanied in recent concerts by reflections on mortality, the planet and the Syrian refugee crisis.

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2016: A Memory to Keep: ‘The Public Domain’: Cherished Harmony in a Splintered Nation

Source: New York Times » Music

The premiere of this piece by David Lang underscored that all choral music is an exercise in coming together, with individuals creating a greater whole.

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Party Coverage: Scene City: The Fashion World Honors Carolina Herrera With a Little Help From Diana Ross

Source: New York Times » Music

The designer, marking 35 years since her first runway show in 1981, is the subject of a Lincoln Center Tribute.

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Boos, Boogieing and David Bowie at a Halloween Revel for Children

Source: New York Times » Music

“Let All the Children Boogie,” a David Bowie tribute concert and album release party, will be the highlight of the LC Kids Trick-or-Treat event at Lincoln Center.

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Boos, Boogieing and David Bowie at a Halloween Revel for Children

Source: New York Times » Music

“Let All the Children Boogie,” a David Bowie tribute concert and album release party, will be the highlight of the LC Kids Trick-or-Treat event at Lincoln Center.

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Former Lincoln Center President’s New Post: At National Sawdust

Source: New York Times » Music

Jed Bernstein, who was president of Lincoln Center till the spring, is now an adviser at National Sawdust, the new-music space in Williamsburg.

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Facebook Live: ‘A Day in the Life at Lincoln Center’

Source: New York Times » Music

A daylong stream will feature the 11 arts organizations that are based there.

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Massaging 1,000 Voices Into a Choral Miracle at Lincoln Center

Source: New York Times » Music

With 1,000 singers and 25 conductors taking part in the premiere of David Lang’s “the public domain,” Simon Halsey has had his work cut out for him.

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Critic’s Notebook: Let’s Get Intimate. Big Music Doesn’t Need Huge Halls.

Source: New York Times » Music

As fund-raising begins for the $500 million renovation of David Geffen Hall, we should consider the rewards of music in small spaces.

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Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival Draws Inspiration From India

Source: New York Times » Music

Mark Morris has programmed a 10-part series exploring the music and dance of South India for the festival, running from Oct. 16 to Nov. 16.

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