Thousands poured into Josie Robertson Plaza yesterday to celebrate National Dance Day, performing group routines with So You Think You Can Dance favorites tWitch, Allison Holker, and Alex Wong. (Photos: Kevin Yatarola)

No, you’re not seeing double. Welcome back Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Music Director Louis Langrée!

No, you’re not seeing double. Welcome back Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Music Director Louis Langrée!

Ticket giveaway for “The Maids” at Lincoln Center Festival

Enter to win tickets to see acclaimed actress Isabelle Huppert on stage and screen at Lincoln Center. Prize package includes:
 
Two tickets to Sydney Theatre Company’s production of The Maids starring Huppert, Cate Blanchett, and Elizabeth Debicki at Lincoln Center Festival on August 13.
 
Two tickets to An Evening with Isabelle Huppert at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on July 30 with screenings of Abuse of Weakness and The Piano Teacher and an extended conversation between the actress and John Waters.

Full details here —> http://on.fb.me/1mNDjqQ

This morning, Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Music Director Louis Langrée and other orchestra members greeted fans on Lincoln Center’s Josie Robertson as they waited for tickets for tonight’s free preview concert to kick off this summer’s Mostly Mozart Festival.

Roberta Flack tonight at Lincoln Center Out of Doors

With graceful subtlety, the stunning pianist and tender vocalist Roberta Flack remains compellingly fresh, with evergreen hits like “Killing Me Softly” and “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.” She performs a free concert tonight at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Details here —> http://bit.ly/LCOODRobertaFlack

(Photo: Brian T Salik)

Aerial photo of premiere performance of Sila: The Breath of the World by John Luther Adams, repeated tonight at 6pm(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Aerial photo of premiere performance of Sila: The Breath of the World by John Luther Adams, repeated tonight at 6pm

(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Hearst Plaza, Lincoln Center, sunset reflected via Avery Fisher Hall.

Hearst Plaza, Lincoln Center, sunset reflected via Avery Fisher Hall.

A scene from the dress rehearsal of Sila: The Breath of the World by John Luther Adams, premiering at 6pm tonight and tomorrow at Lincoln Center for free, as part of Mostly Mozart Festival and Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Musicians are spread out everywhere on the plaza, even in the reflecting pool!

A scene from the dress rehearsal of Sila: The Breath of the World by John Luther Adams, premiering at 6pm tonight and tomorrow at Lincoln Center for free, as part of Mostly Mozart Festival and Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Musicians are spread out everywhere on the plaza, even in the reflecting pool!

Every summer, Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall is transformed into a specific space for the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, the centerpiece of the Mostly Mozart Festival, which begins tonight. In 2011, we made a time-lapse video of the incredible work that goes on to change over the hall. Enjoy!

WSJ: “Not-So-Secret Secret: Art at Lincoln Center”

imageModern works of art are on display at Lincoln Center everyday. The Wall Street Journal takes a look at what’s on campus that you may or may not have noticed before. Come and see our art gallery before the show.


(Alexander Calder’s ‘Le Guichet’ graces the plaza near the Vivian Beaumont Theater; the sculpture is one of 41 artworks on Lincoln Center’s 16-acre campus. Claudio Papapietro for The Wall Street Journal)