Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Meet The Music
Suggested Ages: 6 to 14+
Join the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and host Bruce Adolphe for family-friendly concerts that reveal the up-close, fun and friendly world of Chamber Music. Zany Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only private ear, investigates different themes in each program including narrative music (Can a violin order a bagel in a restaurant?), dissonance, and the mystery of musical creativity. Each program is preceded by an instrument petting zoo in the lobby.
On select evenings at 6 pm, New York-based choral groups representing the vast range of unique voices and languages of this special city perform live from within Your Voices: A Kinetic Sculpture by Es Devlin. Performers include the Cardinal Hayes Singers, The Jalopy Chorus, the Harlem Japanese Gospel Choir, Ukrainian Village Voices and the…More info
Take photos with Santa at Italian marketplace Harry’s Table by Cipriani at Waterline Square.
Find holiday decorations, music and treats throughout the 28,000 square foot food hall plus Italian food and goods like pizza, gelato, cheese, panettone at a mix of to-go counters, shops and restaurants.
Wed, Sat & Sun 4 pm–7 pmMore info
Join Lincoln Center for concerts with artists from across the globe in genres ranging from swing to Afro-Peruvian to opera. Performers change daily; some are more kid-friendly than others, but the vibe is usually relaxed with space to walk and dance in the back.
The indoor space is weather proof but with fountains and plant-covered…More info
Join the artists of New York City Ballet in movement workshops designed especially for autistic children and their families. During these one-hour events, children will be guided in a ballet-based warm-up and choreography inspired by some of the ballets currently being performed this season. Workshops feature live piano accompaniment and a designated quiet space will…More info