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Lincoln Center Shows

There are 32 Lincoln Center Shows. Our Lady J is the best deal at 75 percent off. Symphony of a Thousand is selling for as low as $15.

A high-energy spectacle blending American jazz with the sights and sounds of Trinidadian Carnival
Hawaiian folk-music hero Kalani Pe’a makes a rare East Coast appearance, mixing Hawaiian classics, R&B, and original songs.
Two outstanding casts come together for Mozart’s scintillating class comedy.
An all-Brahms program conducted by the rising start Lahav Shani.
Accompanied by pianist Malcolm Martineau, Graham returns to the stage where she made her New York recital debut.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Michael Mayer’s richly textured new production, featuring a dazzling 19th-century setting.
Accompanied by Jan Lisiecki on the piano for an all-Beethoven program.
One of the best views in the city, remarkable vocal talent, and a first-class group of instrumentalists
A spine-tingling performance of Bartok's "Blackbeard's Castle" conducted by Simon Rattle.
Part 1 of a three-part concert series pairing Bartók and Beehoven.
The first-ever performance of a new all-star trio featuring the best of the best on organ, saxophone, and drums
An ingenious program pairing classical works with contemporary innovation.
Classics from Jelly Roll Morton, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and George Russell
Big Apple Circus returns to New York City's iconic Lincoln Center!
“Fresh and insightful” pianist Jeremy Denk (New York Times) performs as part of the Virtuoso Recitals.
An arresting program of Mahler's finest pieces, conducted by the bold and original Iván Fischer.
The final part of the ESO's three-part concert series pairing Bartók and Beethoven.
In this concert film, directed by Humphry Burton in 1975, Leonard Bernstein conducts the a musical experience of overwhelming grandeur.
“Phenomenally good” pianist Steven Osborne (Arts Desk) interprets three of Beethoven's intimate solo works.
Accompanied by Andrew Armstrong on the piano, Tessa Lark performs a diverse array of musical stylings.
A documentary, directed by Frank Scheffer (1996), highlighting five conductors' interpretations of the legendary composer.
Inspired by experimental and world traditions, the Grammy-winning vocal ensemble shatters all preconceived notions of choral music.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja performs the devilishly virtuosic Violin Concerto by György Ligeti along Simon Rattle's direction of the LSO.
Music on period instruments, with violin soloists Mayumi Hirasaki, Jésus Merino Ruiz, Shunske Sato, and Evgeny Sviridov.
A charismatic star of stage and screen promises to bring down the house with passionate renditions of new Broadway classics.
Part of the Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts series.
The Emmy-nominated writer and musician from Pose and Transparent fuses electro-pop with soul-shaking gospel.
The BFO performs a thrilling, folk-inspired all-Dvorak program, with daring violinist Renaud Capucon and a radiant symphony.
Puccini’s melodrama about a volatile diva, a sadistic police chief, and an idealistic artist has thrilled audiences for more than a century.
Part 2 of the ESO's three-part concert series pairing Bartók and Beethoven.
With bluesy guitar and soulful grooves, the famed singer-songwriter with “a soul-marinated voice” (Rolling Stone) shares his honest lyrics.
Gifted Hungarian cellist István Várdai presents a solo recital as part of the Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts series.

Lincoln Center Shows per Ticket Price

Average discount for Lincoln Center Shows is 14%. Some shows offer lotteries and rush tickets. Rush tickets can be accessed via the TodayTix app.

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