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70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS VENUE INFORMATION

The Lincoln Center is a 16-acre arts and entertainment complex in the heart of New York City. Created as part of the John D Rockefeller III-led urban regeneration project for the Lincoln Square area, the development was constructed in the years between 1959 and 1966 and houses 30 of NYC's most famous arts and cultural centers of excellence.

Upcoming Highlights

  • Metropolitan Opera: Ernani

    Booking until Apr 11

  • The Lord of The Rings Trilogy - Live

    Opens Apr 07

  • New York City Ballet: Balanchine Black & White I

    Opens Apr 28

  • New York City Ballet: Balanchine Black & White III

    Opens Apr 30

  • American Ballet Theatre: Romeo and Juliet

    Opens Jun 15

Metropolitan Opera: Ernani

Metropolitan Opera House

Until April 11, 2015

Three men compete for the fair Elvira's hand. Don Carlo The King, Silvio, a knight and Ernani, a thief. In due course, her honor is fought over valiantly and often, leading to tragedy. Based on a story by Victor Hugo, Ernani became one of Verdi's most popular plays in his lifetime, continuing to into the present day. Will star the acclaimed Spanish tenor, Placido Domingo.

The Lord of The Rings Trilogy - Live

David H Koch Theater

April 7-12, 2015

Eight years in the making, Peter Jackson's Lord of The Rings Trilogy is still an epic cinematic masterpiece, encapsulating J.R.R Tolkien's vast saga of the trials of a Middle Earth overrun with evil and one heroic Hobbit's journey to restore peace. Now, for the first time in North America, the three films are presented on a massive screen, accompanied by a very special concert, with 250 musicians, soloists and a chorus from 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus of Lucerne, Switzerland bringing Howard Shore's emotional and bombastic score to life. Expect spine tingling thrills as you follow Frodo and the Fellowship to Mount Doom and back.

New York City Ballet: Balanchine Black & White I

David H Koch Theater

April 28-May 6, 2015

New York City Ballet presents the first of three recitals in this program paying homage to George Balanchine's famed Black & White ballets, the first of which covers the earliest of these. Displaying the wealth of talent already apparent in the choreographer's younger years, but also vision of things to come in later years.

New York City Ballet: Balanchine Black & White III

David H Koch Theater

April 30-May 9, 2015

New York City Ballet presents the final of three recitals in this program paying homage to George Balanchine's famed Black & White ballets, with this third program covering the most masterful pieces that have come to define his extraordinary contribution to the world of ballet- played with aplomb by his beloved company.

American Ballet Theatre: Romeo and Juliet

Metropolitan Opera House

June 15-20, 2015

Sir Kenneth MacMillan's interpretation of Shakespeare's enduring romantic tragedy has become one of ABT's signature productions. The story of Verona's tragic star-crossed lovers is weaved throughout a rich dance tapestry, with Renaissance Italy providing an elegant and period-perfect background. The original production starred Margot Fonteyne and Rudolf Nuryev in the lead roles, making it one of ballet's most enduring and culturally important productions, with Leslie Browne dancing as Juliet opposite Robert La Fosse as her Romeo in this revival

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