Another Chance at Live From Lincoln Center

Did you miss Jason Isbell on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS this past Friday? Don’t panic, you can still watch the performance here: http://to.pbs.org/1iUeWWJ

John Luther Adams - 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner

Congrats to composer John Luther Adams, who received the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for his recent work “Become Ocean.” Lincoln Center is excited to premiere his next work “Sila: The Breath of the World” at Mostly Mozart Festival/Out of Doors in July.

"I cannot conceive of music that expresses absolutely nothing."

— Béla Bartók

Tune in to PBS tonight to watch singer-songwriter Jason Isbell in concert on Live From Lincoln Center! Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation tonight with hashtag ‪#‎LFLC‬. Check local listings here.

Tune in to PBS tonight to watch singer-songwriter Jason Isbell in concert on Live From Lincoln Center! Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation tonight with hashtag ‪#‎LFLC‬. Check local listings here.

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Seen at Lincoln Center

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Seen at Lincoln Center

In this Live From Lincoln Center preview, Jason Isbell describes the freedom of writing songs from other people’s points of view. Tune in to PBS tonight to see him perform on Live From Lincoln Center

"We lived in the country. My first exposure to classical music was Looney Tunes.”

Meet Ted Ackerman, a cellist with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Get to know other orchestra membershttp://bit.ly/12EcfQw

Congrats to saxophonist Melissa Aldana and the JACK Quartet - winners of the 2014 Martin E. Segal Award for outstanding achievement. Each will receive $7,500 to be used for career advancement and future study. Read more here: http://nyti.ms/1n8HGyR

Singer/songwriter Jason Isbell shows off his main guitar, ahead of his appearance on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS tomorrow (check local listings)

Shadows around the fountain.

Shadows around the fountain.