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  • Photo collage of The Lincoln Center 2017/18 season, featuring Cabaret, Black Violin, and Jersey Boys. It reads "It's a new season."

    Lincoln Center Announces the 2017/2018 Season Lineup

    The Lincoln Center has announced its 2017/2018 season lineup. Three national tours of Broadway hit shows headline the season, which includes: – Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music. This hilarious and romantic tale delivers some surprising new twists with its contemporary take on the… Read More

  • A photo of The Lincoln Center with it's lights on at dusk.

    2016/17 Season Draws to a Close

    We started the season with a simple message of encouragement, “Find Your Center.”  Judging by attendance, feedback, involvement and participation, many of you did just that! As our 2016/17 performing arts season draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on what an amazing year it’s been. For those of you… Read More

  • Borromeo String Quartet in shadow, playing their instruments in front of a window that looks out over a vast forest.

    Borromeo String Quartet Returns

    For 11 years, Borromeo has been in residency at Colorado State University and captivating its audiences with their contemporary take on classical music. “Only a few groups in the world can do what the Borromeo achieve; it’s an honor to be a part of that experience here at CSU,” said Ron Francois, coordinator of strings… Read More

  • A wide shot of the circus performers from Pippin.

    Pippin Dazzles with Cirque-like Charm

    Pippin made its Broadway debut in 1972 with an original cast featuring stars like Ben Vereen. 45 years later, it’s among the longest running Broadway musicals, with a revival headed to the Lincoln Center April 27-29. Pippin started as short original musical production created by Stephen Schwartz (composer of Wicked and Godspell), but Pippin didn’t take its first real… Read More

  • Members of Chelambo beating their drums passionately.

    The Passion of Malambo

    The Boston Globe calls Che Malambo “dance with a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy,” and the Lincoln Center is proud to present a rare chance to see this Argentinian cultural treasure April 13, 2017. Through dance and song, Che Malambo tells the story of the South American gaucho — a migratory horseman or… Read More

  • Travis Tritt staring at hte camera in a light, airy room.

    A Bona Fide Member of the Country Club

    Like his first hit song, “Country Club” will tell you, Travis Tritt is a lifelong member of the country music club. Having taught himself how to play the guitar when he was eight, and after working his way through the Atlanta bar scene, his dedication to the craft is just one of the reasons fans… Read More

  • The Leahy children sitting on a piano in the middle of a field.

    Leahy Family Captivates

    Building on over three generations of Leahy musicianship, Doug Leahy, together with his wife Jennifer and their children, are keeping those traditions alive through music, song, and dance. And they’ll be doing that at the Lincoln Center on April 8th, 2017. “This family brings pure joy!” said world-renowned fiddler, Nathalie McMaster. “With their amazing, natural… Read More