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All-star Irish quintet Lunasa is celebrated for their breathtaking arrangements and bass-driven grooves fueled by upright acoustic bass, percussive guitar, flutes, fiddle, whistle and pipes. The melodic interweaving of instruments leads to a sound that, though distinctly Irish in flavor, touches on jazz and other improvisational music forms.

Join us at the Atrium at 7:30pm and 9:30pm for this amazing FREE Target Free Thursday performance.

(Photo: Con Kelleher)

 

Welcome the Year of the Snake!

Chinese American Arts Council performing on stage

Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium as part of the weekly Target Free Thursdays series, tonight at 7:30pm. To ring in the Year of the Snake, the Chinese American Arts Council curates an festive evening of traditional Chinese cultural programming, but with a modern twist featuring Chinese opera, instrumental music, folk song and folk dance.

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The Attaca Quartet, an acclaimed and rising string quartet comprised of Juilliard School graduates, performs a free concert at 7:30pm tonight at Lincoln Center’s David Rubinstein Atrium as part of Target® Free Thursdays. The Attaca Quartet’s performance will feature works old and new: Haydn’s String Quartet No. 62 in C major, Op. 76 no. 3 “Emperor”, paired with selections from John Adams’s String Quartet and John’s Book of Alleged Dances. Learn more

 

Hear reunited 1970s gospel, soul, psychedelic group The Relatives tonight at 9:30 on a Target Free Thursdays special double-bill that opens with Tanya Tagaq at 7:30. The group rocked Damrosch Park in summer 2011 performing with Mavis Staples at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Now, going solo, they’ll close out the evening by raising the roof at the David Rubenstein Atrium. Here’s a sample of what to expect.
 

Hear reunited 1970s gospel, soul, psychedelic group The Relatives tonight at 9:30 on a Target Free Thursdays special double-bill that opens with Tanya Tagaq at 7:30. The group rocked Damrosch Park in summer 2011 performing with Mavis Staples at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Now, going solo, they’ll close out the evening by raising the roof at the David Rubenstein Atrium. Here’s a sample of what to expect.

 

Tonight’s Target Free Thursdays special double-bill opens at 7:30 with a screening of the classic 1922 silent film documentary Nanook of the North with a live, original score composed and sung by Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq. Here’s a video of Tagaq performing at Womad.  The evening closes at at 9:30 when the reunited 1970s gospel, soul group The Relatives takes the stage at the David Rubenstein Atrium. 
 

Tonight’s Target Free Thursdays special double-bill opens at 7:30 with a screening of the classic 1922 silent film documentary Nanook of the North with a live, original score composed and sung by Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq. Here’s a video of Tagaq performing at Womad.  The evening closes at at 9:30 when the reunited 1970s gospel, soul group The Relatives takes the stage at the David Rubenstein Atrium. 

 

Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq performs her original score to the 1922 silent movie documentary classic Nanook of the North to open a special double-bill with The Relatives at Target Free Thursdays tomorrow at 7:30 at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. Check out this sample and come hear how Tagaq’s innovative stylings transform this unique and ancient vocal art.
 

Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq performs her original score to the 1922 silent movie documentary classic Nanook of the North to open a special double-bill with The Relatives at Target Free Thursdays tomorrow at 7:30 at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. Check out this sample and come hear how Tagaq’s innovative stylings transform this unique and ancient vocal art.

 

In advance of their February CD release, reunited 1970s gospel, soul, psychedelic group The Relatives performs on a Target Free Thursdays special double-bill that opens with Tanya Tagaq tomorrow at 9:30. The group rocked Damrosch Park in summer 2011 performing with Mavis Staples at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Now, going solo,  they’ll close out the evening by raising the roof at the David Rubenstein Atrium.  Here’s a sample of what to expect.
 

In advance of their February CD release, reunited 1970s gospel, soul, psychedelic group The Relatives performs on a Target Free Thursdays special double-bill that opens with Tanya Tagaq tomorrow at 9:30. The group rocked Damrosch Park in summer 2011 performing with Mavis Staples at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Now, going solo,  they’ll close out the evening by raising the roof at the David Rubenstein Atrium.  Here’s a sample of what to expect.

 

Passion. Jealousy.  Intrigue.  Find it all tonight at Target Free Thursdays at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center when La Piccola Opera performs Carmen by Georges Bizet (abridged).  Opera newbies and aficianodos are welcome.  The FREE peformance starts at 7:30.
 

Passion. Jealousy.  Intrigue.  Find it all tonight at Target Free Thursdays at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center when La Piccola Opera performs Carmen by Georges Bizet (abridged).  Opera newbies and aficianodos are welcome.  The FREE peformance starts at 7:30.

 

For some heat on a cold winter’s eve come to the David Rubenstein Atrium tomorrow night for La Piccola Opera’s Carmen by Georges Bizet (abridged).  The Manhattan-based company’s operas in miniature are a great introduction to opera.  The Target ® Free Thursdays presentation starts at 7:30 pm. Here is soprano Marjorie Kahn (pictured) singing the Habanera.
 

For some heat on a cold winter’s eve come to the David Rubenstein Atrium tomorrow night for La Piccola Opera’s Carmen by Georges Bizet (abridged).  The Manhattan-based company’s operas in miniature are a great introduction to opera.  The Target ® Free Thursdays presentation starts at 7:30 pm. Here is soprano Marjorie Kahn (pictured) singing the Habanera.

 

yMusic + Greg Saunier play the music of Jherek Bischoff

Did you miss last week’s performance of Jherek Bischoff with yMusic at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center? Well, check out these great photos from ICareIfYouListen.com.