Lincoln Center Festival
July 10 @ 8:00 pm - July 30 @ 2:30 pm
Lincoln Center Music Festival continues its mission of boundary breaking globalism with a lineup of inventive, relevant artists and companies from around the world.
This festival will be a dynamic showcase of 43 performances in a span of three weeks, featuring pathbreaking American pioneers such as Ornette Coleman and Morton Subotnick, Brazil’s Carlinhos Brown, China’s Gong Linna, and the diverse artists in the Nomadic Nights series from Poland, Cape Verde, Chad, and Palestine - 20 international productions by innovators and iconoclasts in dance, music, theater, and film.
When & where
Monday July 10 - Sunday July 30, 2017
Various locations in NY
A much-anticipated highlight of this year’s Festival is the 50th anniversary presentation of George Balanchine’s 1967 masterpiece, Jewels, featuring the Bolshoi Ballet, New York City Ballet, and Paris Opera Ballet on a single stage.
In addition to Balanchine and Subotnick, there is the Japanese Paris-based choreographer Saburo Teshigawara, an extremely rare appearance by China’s superstar Gong Linna, Brazil’s larger-than-life musician/activist Carlinhos Brown, Poland’s musical archaeologist Maria Pomianowska, and a wide-ranging miniseries devoted to jazz radical and prime innovator Ornette Coleman—organized by his son, Denardo Coleman.
American electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick’s iconic early techno album Silver Apples of the Moon will be reimagined in a landmark live performance by the composer, alongside a world premiere entitled Crowds and Power.
Lincoln Center Festival has received worldwide attention for presenting some of the broadest and most original performing arts programs in Lincoln Center’s history. The festival has presented some 1,465 performances of opera, music, dance, theater, and interdisciplinary forms by internationally acclaimed artists from more than 50 countries. It places particular emphasis on showcasing contemporary artistic viewpoints and multidisciplinary works that challenge the boundaries of traditional performance.
This will be the 22nd season presented by Lincoln Center with support from American Express.
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