Ever want to meet Plácido Domingo? He’ll be signing autographs at the Met Opera Shop at Lincoln Center on Tuesday, September 24th at 3pm.
Performance by kids for kids! Featuring a set list that includes The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, The Who, White Stripes, and more, these outstanding young musicians from Port Jefferson, NY present lively rock n’ roll tunes and engage their peers in this special presentation in collaboration with The School of Rock. Includes a Q & A session.
For over 15 years, School of Rock has been inspiring the world to rock on stage and in life. School of Rock believes the best way to learn music is to play music. Students are guided from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels. Founded as a single school in Philadelphia, PA in 1998, School of Rock has become a growing international franchise, operating over 100 schools in the U.S., Mexico, and Brazil with openings in Canada, The Philippines, Chile, and Australia planned for 2013.
“An Exhilarating Locomotive Of High Spirits” (The New York Times) Parallel Exit creates physical theatre inspired by the films of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. Our work blends theatre, dance, and music into productions that transcend age, language, and cultural barriers. Parallel Exit is dedicated to preserving and promoting the variety arts for diverse and underserved communities of children and adults. The whole family can join in the fun at this vaudevillian-style comedy theater event for audiences of all ages.
Lincoln Center’s free monthly series, Meet The Artist Saturdays, gives a preview of this summer’s highlight Lincoln Center Festival presentation of Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett’s opera Monkey: Journey to the West.
A little Monkey with the special power of face changing has taken over the Monkey Mountain as the Monkey King. See if you can identify which one is the real Monkey King. This 45 minute program, including demonstration/interactive segment, introduces the beloved ancient Chinese folk tale character, the Monkey King, with a rare performance of Face Changing. Audiences will be treated to a variety of regional dances from Mongolian, Uygur, and Tai, and folk dances such as the Fan, Ribbon, and Sword dances performed by NYCCC students and professional dancers.
Come experience the richness of Chinese dance, arts, and culture in this exciting family show!
Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 11:00am
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
Presented in collaboration with New York City Chinese Cultural Center and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.
Lincoln Center’s Meet the Artist series welcomes the return engagement of the world-famous Harlem Gospel Choir, whose members will have audiences on their feet, clapping and singing to their hearts’ content, enthusiastically spreading the universal message of peace, hope, and joy. In this encore visit, the choir joins Lincoln Center in honoring Black History Month by offering a rare interactive concert experience. Spend your morning with these amazing vocalists, known for their performances for (and with) Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, U2, Sir Elton John, and more. Visit the David Rubenstein Atrium on Saturday morning at 11am.