Lincoln Center President Reynold Levy on WNET’s MetroFocus

Earlier this week, Reynold Levy, who is stepping down this month as President of Lincoln Center after 12 years, talked about his achievements redeveloping the campus and other notable work on WNET’s MetroFocus. He notes that the changes make Lincoln Center “more energetic, more vital, more multi-lingual and more open…” than ever before. See the full interview here.

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Last Thursday night, Maestro Valery Gergiev discussed music and his upcoming concerts in Avery Fisher Hall with the London Symphony Orchestra on WNET’s The Charlie Rose Show. It was then re-broadcasted the following day at 1:30 p.m.
Maestro Gergiev will be conducting the London Symphony Orchestra TONIGHT and Wednesday as part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series.
 

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Last Thursday night, Maestro Valery Gergiev discussed music and his upcoming concerts in Avery Fisher Hall with the London Symphony Orchestra on WNET’s The Charlie Rose Show. It was then re-broadcasted the following day at 1:30 p.m.

Maestro Gergiev will be conducting the London Symphony Orchestra TONIGHT and Wednesday as part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series.

 

The opening of the third annual White Light Festival begins with vocalist Kiran Ahluwalia's highly-anticipated free performance in the David Rubenstein Atrium tonight, which is also part of Target Free Thursdays this week. And be sure to check out WNET’s NYC-ARTS video above to see what other kinds of exciting shows and performances will be coming to Lincoln Center for the Festival, which runs through Nov. 18.

 

Violinist Frank Peter Zimmerman, the New York Philharmonic’s 2011-2012 Artist-in-Residence, is featured on this week’s edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center.

 

This week’s edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center features the New York City Ballet's all-Balanchine program in celebration of the choreographer’s birthday.

 

Watch This Week at Lincoln Center: Faust on PBS. See more from SundayArts.

The latest edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center takes a look at the Metropolitan Opera's presentation of Charles Gounod’s Faust, directed by Des McAnuff. This co-production with the English National Opera transports the work into the mid-1900s.

 

Theo Bleckmann is the focus of the latest edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center. Bleckmann performs Hello Earth! The Music of Kate Bush as part of Target Free Thursdays in the David Rubenstein Atrium.

 

Jazz at Lincoln Center's presentation of a Holiday Celebration with the Wess Anderson Sextet is showcased on the latest edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center. Enjoy!

 

The Metropolitan Opera’s Hansel and Gretel is featured on this week’s edition of WNET’s This Week at Lincoln Center. Take a look!

 

Watch Paula Zahn’s interview on THIRTEEN’s Sunday Arts with Jane Moss, Ehrenkranz Artistic Director of Lincoln Center and Director of the White Light Festival.