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Colorado Ballet’s Yosvani Ramos to Return After Injury' JUNK

Colorado Ballet’s Yosvani Ramos to Return After Injury

The second Yosvani Ramos hit the ground, he knew something horrible had happened. He could see his heel bone, but not the tendon. “I was on the floor sobbing, thinking it was a bad nightmare that I wanted to wake up from,” the Colorado Ballet dancer remembered. “I could see what was there, and I […]

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Illumination of Imagination' JUNK

Illumination of Imagination

On October 14, the Lincoln Center stage goes dark for a family friendly performance that combines theater and technology like no other. From out of the darkness, glow-in-the-dark characters will come to life and wordlessly spin a tale that will captivate even the youngest audience member. Featured as semi-finalists on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Lightwire […]

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Nothing is More Revealing Than Movement' JUNK

Nothing is More Revealing Than Movement

The company that changed the landscape of modern dance for the past century, The Martha Graham Dance Company, will be at the Lincoln Center October 3, 2017. Created by Martha Graham in 1926, The Martha Graham Dance Company is the longest running dance company in North America, and its style is so ingrained in our modern […]

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Banjo with Heart' JUNK

Banjo with Heart

Opening our 2017/18 season on September 7th is the amazing banjo duo Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn. Heralded by Paste Magazine as “the king and queen of the banjo,” they took home the 2016 Grammy Award of Best Folk Album. Individually, they are both world-class artists in their own right — Fleck is a 16-time […]

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Black Violin Turns the Tables on Classical Music' JUNK

Black Violin Turns the Tables on Classical Music

The Lincoln Center is excited to welcome back the popular Black Violin to open for our Classical Convergence Series September 30th, 2017. Some would think that a classically-trained violinist and violist would focus their career on performing in quartets, but Black Violin doesn’t pay attention to those arbitrary divides in music. Instead, along with turntable […]

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The Lincoln Center’s Favorite Summer Tunes' JUNK

The Lincoln Center’s Favorite Summer Tunes

Summer is on, and The Lincoln Center is jamming to our favorite tunes for the heat and the sun! “Livin’ on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi Mikala: This song is on basically every summer road trip CD I have ever burned, so I instinctively roll the car windows down and scream the chorus every time it […]

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Season Packages Explained' JUNK

Season Packages Explained

The 2017-2018 season is here and we have packages (a small group of similarly-styled shows offered at one low price) to suit every taste whether you love musicals, dance performances, or the edgier side of performance art. Even better, great perks are included with a package purchase. Folks who buy a package before August 9th get […]

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Lincoln Center Announces the 2017/2018 Season Lineup' JUNK

Lincoln Center Announces the 2017/2018 Season Lineup

The Lincoln Center has announced its 2017/2018 season lineup. Three national tours of Broadway hit shows headline the season, which includes: – Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music. This hilarious and romantic tale delivers some surprising new twists with its contemporary take on the […]

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2016/17 Season Draws to a Close' JUNK

2016/17 Season Draws to a Close

We started the season with a simple message of encouragement, “Find Your Center.”  Judging by attendance, feedback, involvement and participation, many of you did just that! As our 2016/17 performing arts season draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on what an amazing year it’s been. For those of you […]

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Borromeo String Quartet Returns' JUNK

Borromeo String Quartet Returns

For 11 years, Borromeo has been in residency at Colorado State University and captivating its audiences with their contemporary take on classical music. “Only a few groups in the world can do what the Borromeo achieve; it’s an honor to be a part of that experience here at CSU,” said Ron Francois, coordinator of strings […]

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