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Adapting and Advancing: Cultural Accessibility During the Pandemic and Beyond-Day Two

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Living during a pandemic has transformed the way we present cultural programming - revealing both limitations and limitless opportunities. Join us on Day Two of this series as we explore how cultural organizations across the country are using lessons learned to create a more inclusive future.

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Create Melodies with the New York Philharmonic – Lincoln Center Passport

Zoom

Join New York Philharmonic Teaching Artist Jacinta Clusellas, accompanied by Philharmonic violist Leah Ferguson, for a musical workshop in which children explore and create their own melodies. Designed for children, teens, and adults with disabilities and their families, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming, accessible, and affordable introduction to the performing arts at Lincoln […]

Storytelling through Music with the New York Philharmonic – Lincoln Center Moments

Zoom

Explore the stories and inspiration behind some of classical music's greatest orchestral melodies. This interactive concert features performances and discussion by New York Philharmonic Violinist Anna Rabinova and New York Philharmonic Teaching Artist Zeynep Alpan. Experience how music brings stories to life through sounds and techniques performed by musicians of the New York Philharmonic. Lincoln […]

Jazz at Lincoln Center: Lessons from Louis Armstrong – Lincoln Center Passport

Zoom

Jazz at Lincoln Center has assembled a diverse cast of outstanding jazz musicians to explore the life lessons of legendary musician, Louis Armstrong. Join us for this special concert as we explore the multiculturalism surrounding the birth of jazz in New Orleans and focus on how mentorship played a crucial role in Louis Armstrong becoming […]

Sonia De Los Santos – Lincoln Center Passport

Zoom

Join musical artist Sonia De Los Santos for an interactive concert experience, as she sings in English and Spanish. Playing guitar and jarana, Sonia spreads messages of joyful community music-making and builds bridges across cultures through the power of music. Designed for children, teens, and adults with disabilities and their families, Passport to the Arts […]

Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents: New Orleans, Land of Dreams – Lincoln Center Moments

Zoom

New Orleans is one of the most extraordinary places on earth, with its own exuberant customs and culture. New Orleans is also the birthplace of America's most unique artform, jazz. In this concert, a diverse group of musicians from Jazz at Lincoln Center explore the legacy of New Orleans jazz through two of its greatest […]

Accessibility in Virtual Events: A Technical Step By Step

Online Program

Our bet is that virtual events, hybrid experiences, and remote meetings are here to stay. We want to help events professionals know how to make accessible services work in platforms like Zoom and YouTube. Let our experienced panel of production people, event planners, and service providers show you how they get set up. Take a […]

Metropolitan Opera Guild: Barber of Seville – Lincoln Center Moments

Zoom

Enjoy performances from opera's most popular comedy, The Barber of Seville, composed by Gioachino Rossini. Explore relationships between classic characters like Figaro, Rosina, and Count Almaviva. Featuring exclusive video clips and an interactive discussion with the Metropolitan Opera Guild. Lincoln Center Moments is a free performance-based program specially designed for individuals with dementia and their […]

Sounds of Dance from Around the World with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center – Lincoln Center Moments

Zoom

Listen to sultry and expressive works of chamber music inspired by dances from around the world. Learn how chamber music connects us across cultures in this interactive concert featuring performances by CMS artists Kristin Lee and Michael Brown. An accomplished chamber musician, Kristin Lee serves as principal artist of Camerata Pacifica in Santa Barbara, sitting […]

Transit Quest Online applications due!

Zoom

The New York Transit Museum is thrilled for our next Transit Quest Online! The program will be on Zoom August 23-27, 11:00am - 12:30pm ET. Applications are due June 14th. Developed for teens ages 14-18 who identify as neurodivergent, this week-long summer program will immerse participants in Transit Museum content and provide exciting opportunities to […]

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Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance San Francisco Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet – Lincoln Center Moments

Zoom

Experience the wonder of this iconic story with San Francisco Ballet’s production of Romeo & Juliet, including stunning choreography by Helgi Tomasson and a celebrated score by Sergei Prokofiev. Look behind the scenes at past productions through archival objects with a special introduction by the Dance Education Coordinator from the Jerome Robbins Dance Division of […]

2nd Wednesday Virtual Lecture: The Life and Work of Charles Ethan Porter

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago

https://garfieldconservatory.org/event/2nd-wednesday-virtual-lecture-the-life-and-work-of-charles-ethan-porter/ Join us for an exploration of the life and work of African American still life painter Charles Ethan Porter with Garfield Park Conservatory’s Manager of Design and Exhibits, June Ahn. You’ll also get a sneak peak of the Still Life in Real Life: Charles Ethan Porter exhibit with Garfield Park Conservatory’s Deputy Director of […]

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