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Small black illustrations of different kinds of performing arts.

Lincoln Center Celebrates Eleven Emerging Talents In The Performing Arts

In 1961, John D. Rockefeller became the Chairman of Lincoln Center, an important urban renewal project launched by controversial architect Robert Moses. David Geffen Hall, David H. Koch Theater, and the Metropolitan Opera House make up the center’s buildings and are home to a diverse range of resident performing arts organizations. Leading citizens from the […]

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Lincoln Center at night.

Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival Brightens Inner Lives

Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival is celebrating its sixth season this year. The festival allows audience members an opportunity to illuminate their inner lives with gifts from outstanding artists. We benefit from the artists’ gifts, but the artists and their performances are supported by a vast array of volunteers from the world of finance, with […]

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Dutch Architect to Update New York’s Landmark Library

For most of us, a library is invisible. It’s all about the books, not about the building. For others it’s a community center—a destination for meetings or a source of local services. And an increasingly large community of library patrons is interacting with libraries through the Internet. Each of these groups has different demands, but […]

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Performers at the Big Apple Circus.

Lincoln Center Hosts the Big Apple Circus on the Grand Tour

Over the last few years contemporary circuses in America have revolutionized their style of entertainment. One of the leading circuses in the world is the Big Apple Circus from New York City. This year the troupe will be launching a new season at Lincoln Center. The new program is called The Grand Tour and celebrates […]

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