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Will Liverman performs "I Dream a World" with composer/pianist Damien Sneed, text by Langston Hughes
Will Liverman and composer/pianist Damien Sneed perform a new piece titled, “I Dream a World,” featuring powerful text written by Langston Hughes in the 1940s that references a world where all people live in harmony. Will Liverman performs “I Dream a World” live at Alice Tully Hall on February 15, as part of a program showcasing the work of renowned Black composers across generations. This event is a co-presentation between Lincoln Center and the Metropolitan Opera. Learn more at http://LincolnCenter.org/Liverman
Soles of Duende Bring the Rhythms of Tap, Flamenco, and Kathak to the Lincoln Center Plaza
Happy #InternationalDanceDay! We were so lucky to have Soles of Duende visit our campus recently and fill the plaza with beautiful movement and music! Watch and listen as this multicultural, all-female trio melds the rhythms of Tap, Flamenco, and Kathak dance! Dancers: Amanda Castro, Brinda Guha, Arielle Rosales, and Brinda Guha #RestartStages
Jaime Lozano performs "Familia" in Lincoln Center's Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Go behind-the-scenes with Jaime Lozano in rehearsal for his upcoming sold-out American Songbook show, Jaime Lozano's Songs by an Immigrant. His show aims to honestly portray the challenges of the first- and second-generation middle-class U.S. immigrant experience: finding a new home, learning a new language, dealing with discrimination, pursuing the American Dream, and searching for ways to build bridges instead of walls. In this video, Lozano shares with us a world premiere of his original song "Familia" with his familia, an all-star Latinx lineup of Broadway and Off-Broadway performers. “Familia” Jaime Lozano & The Familia Music by Jaime Lozano Lyrics by Georgie Castilla Vocals Florencia Cuenca Javier Ignacio Jaime Lozano Mauricio Martínez Shereen Pimentel Piano Jaime Lozano Bass Ruben Rodriguez Percussion Joel E. Mateo Assistant to Jaime Lozano Greg Vazquez Producer Dorothea Trufelman Director of Photography Victoria Sendra Videographers Adolfo Mena Cejas Owen Hegedus Erwin Perez Marva Shi Editor Mer Stern Audio Engineer Brian Losch Assistant Engineer Jennifer Nulsen For Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Production Manager Jessica Hunter Programming Manager Roshni Lavelle Senior Director, Contemporary Programs Jon Nakagawa Director, Digital Video Gillian Campbell Associate Director, Communications Desiree Naranjo Pianos by Steinway & Sons- the Artistic Choice of Lincoln Center. Filmed on location at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center
A Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg - Christine Goerke Sings "Abscheulicher!" from Fidelio
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was opera's "greatest advocate" and a true lover of the art form. Today we pay tribute to her with the help of soprano Christine Goerke and pianist Bradley Moore, who perform an aria from Beethoven's "Fidelio"—a work that Ginsburg said gave her "the greatest hope for the future." Filmed live on Lincoln Center’s campus with Bradley Moore at the piano, the aria, with its strong independent female heroine, is a fitting tribute to the woman who fought tirelessly for justice throughout her career. Special thanks to Steinway & Sons for generously providing the piano.
“Invictus” by Anthony Barfield
For the first time ever, musicians from The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, The Juilliard School, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City Ballet Orchestra, and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra have come together for an anthem for New York City at this unique moment in time. “Invictus,” a stirring new composition by Anthony Barfield for a 15-piece brass ensemble, is an anthem for New York City in this unique moment in time. Commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Musicians MET Orchestra Musicians: Raymond Riccomini (Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra), trumpet Anne Scharer, horn John Romero, trombone Christopher Hall, tuba New York Philharmonic: Christopher Martin, trumpet Thomas Smith, trumpet Richard Deane, horn Colin Williams, trombone David Finlayson, bass trombone New York City Ballet Orchestra: Neil Balm (Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra), trumpet Dan Wions, horn Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra: Marcus Printup, trumpet Dion Tucker, trombone The Juilliard School: Marshall Kearse, trumpet Zachary Neikens, bass trombone Made possible by Tamer Initiative for Diversity in the Arts Lincoln Center at Home is made possible by Founding Partner The Audrey and Martin Gruss Discovery Fund. Additional support is provided by PGIM, the Global Investment Management Business of Prudential Financial, Inc., the Howard Gilman Foundation, Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser, Comcast NBCUniversal, Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust, U.S. Bank, and LincolnCenter’s generous donors and supporters. Thanks to all our supporters: http://lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home/supporters
Frontline Healthcare Worker Erika Chen Performs “Amazing Grace” at Lincoln Center
Erika Chen, an emergency medicine nurse practitioner and musician, fills the plaza with a beautiful rendition of "Amazing Grace." To the brave and dedicated health care workers, first responders, and all essential workers who daily risk their lives during this pandemic: Thank you, from all of us at Lincoln Center.
Brooklyn Rider: Lincoln Center Offstage
Brooklyn Rider performs Philip Glass’s gorgeous 2017 work Quartet Satz at the Jalopy Theatre & School of Music in Brooklyn (of course!). Brooklyn Rider makes its Mostly Mozart Festival debut on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 http://www.lincolncenter.org/mostly-mozart-festival/show/late-night-brooklyn-rider
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