LINCOLN CENTER FESTIVAL

The Lincoln Center Festival was an annual multidisciplinary summer festival dedicated to showcasing american and international highlights of the performing arts: theatre, ballet, contemporary dance, opera and circus. It was first held in 1967 and re-established in 1996 by the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.

In 2017, after some years of financial difficulties and instability, Lincoln center’s artistic director Jane Moss announced that the renowned festival would no longer exist and that Lincoln Center would focus on its other activities like the reinvented and re-energized Mostly Mozart festival in summer and the spiritually-inclined White Light Festival in fall.

Performing

PROJECTS

SILENT BALLET

  • Festival no longer exists

Header photo by Iñaki Vinaixa