Mostly Mozart Festival 2014 is announced!

This summer’s Festival will feature music ranging from Baroque to contemporary styles, orchestra concerts, recitals, dance, film, and more. Kicking things off are two free events: a world premiere by John Luther Adams (commissioned by Lincoln Center for Mostly Mozart and Out of Doors) and the annual free orchestra preview concert.

Also:
- Music Director
Louis Langrée will lead 9 of 17 concerts with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, and welcome soloists Yuja Wang, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Richard Goode, Joshua Bell and more.

- International Contemporary Ensemble returns as Artists-in-Residence, performing music by Sofia Gubaidlina, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, among others.

- The Emerson String Quartet will perform with clarinetist Martin Fröst.

- And, the Mark Morris Dance Group presents the New York premiere of his new opera ballet of Acis and Galatea (co-commissioned by Lincoln Center).

Read about the entire Festival here: http://bit.ly/OCZBSg

We’ve got Mozart on the brain as we gear up for tomorrow’s announcement of this summer’s Mostly Mozart Festival. Stay tuned….

We’ve got Mozart on the brain as we gear up for tomorrow’s announcement of this summer’s Mostly Mozart Festival. Stay tuned….

Pianist Stephen Hough, who performs at Alice Tully Hall on Sunday in Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series, was profiled in today’s Wall Street Journal. In this “Cultural Conversation,” Hough talks about the coming performances (an unusual pairing of works for piano by composers not known for piano writing), his iPad app on Lizst, and his early musical training. Read the full feature here: http://on.wsj.com/1swzRqR(Graphic: Ken Fallin/Wall Street Journal)

Pianist Stephen Hough, who performs at Alice Tully Hall on Sunday in Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series, was profiled in today’s Wall Street Journal. In this “Cultural Conversation,” Hough talks about the coming performances (an unusual pairing of works for piano by composers not known for piano writing), his iPad app on Lizst, and his early musical training. Read the full feature here: http://on.wsj.com/1swzRqR

(Graphic: Ken Fallin/Wall Street Journal)

We caught up with famed guitarist and roots rock singer-songwriter Jason Isbell on the road in Philadelphia. Jason is known for his exquisite songwriting: tales of life, love and loss that are at once heartbreaking and hopeful. In this piece, Jason shares with us the process of writing the perfect love song with the perfect partner, his wife Amanda.

See Jason Isbell on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS this Friday, April 11 (check local listings)

This Date In Lincoln Center History

April 6, 1964 - The original Lincoln Center Fountain opens on the plaza. Designed by architect Philip Johnson and made possible by special gift from the Revlon Foundation, it was named the Revson Fountain.

This Date In Lincoln Center History

April 5, 1965 - The forerunner to today’s Lincoln Center Education is formed. You can learn more about Lincoln Center Education’s initiatives here: http://bit.ly/1hNcKTb

Live From Lincoln Center is on PBS tonight, hosted by Audra McDonald! Tony Award-winning actor and director James Naughton sings the iconic and witty songs of the great American songwriter Randy Newman. Read more about James Naughton and his approach to preparing for this event.Also, check your local listings, and don’t forget to follow along using hashtag #LFLC(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Live From Lincoln Center is on PBS tonight, hosted by Audra McDonald! Tony Award-winning actor and director James Naughton sings the iconic and witty songs of the great American songwriter Randy Newman. Read more about James Naughton and his approach to preparing for this event.

Also, check your local listings, and don’t forget to follow along using hashtag #LFLC

(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

From pleading with his parents to buy him a piano as a child to playing in the world’s most renowned concert halls today, pianist Stephen Hough has spent decades immersed in the rich world of classical piano repertoire. Stephen shares with us what that process has been like and how he approaches a piece of music: “This is not a bubble bath!”

Lincoln Center Great Performers
Stephen Hough
Alice Tully Hall
April 13
Learn more here: 
http://bit.ly/1mKstGV

http://bit.ly/1mKstGV

Tickets now on sale for Lincoln Center Festival 2014! This summer’s edition features everything from kabuki theater, to classic and modern opera, world-class ballet with The Bolshio, and even 2013 Oscar winner Cate Blanchett in “The Maids.” More information here: http://bit.ly/1dbP1qT

Tickets now on sale for Lincoln Center Festival 2014! This summer’s edition features everything from kabuki theater, to classic and modern opera, world-class ballet with The Bolshio, and even 2013 Oscar winner Cate Blanchett in “The Maids.” More information here: http://bit.ly/1dbP1qT

Conductor William Christie, who was unable to conduct last night’s Les Arts Florissants performance of Rameau’s comic opera Platée at Alice Tully Hall, came along to New York anyway to sign CDs for fans.

Conductor William Christie, who was unable to conduct last night’s Les Arts Florissants performance of Rameau’s comic opera Platée at Alice Tully Hall, came along to New York anyway to sign CDs for fans.