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Sing New York

Sing New York

May 14 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Lincoln Center
65th Street & Broadway
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly


Become a part of New York City’s largest chorus—for one day only. The Young People’s Chorus of New York City headlines a joyous outdoor performance and singalong, kicking off Lincoln Center’s Summer for the City. Audiences (aka singers) are encouraged to come together in song as we celebrate unity and the warmer months ahead. The song list includes “This Little Light of Mine,” “Your Song,” “The Barber of Seville,” “La Sopa De Isabel,” “Love Train,” a surprise NYC medley of fan favorites, and many more.

Also check out the new articipatopry installations GATHER: A series of monuments and rituals.

Spring at the Atrium

Join Lincoln Center for concerts with artists from across the globe in genres ranging from swing to Afro-Peruvian to opera. Performers change nightly; 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…

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The Dance Floor at the Atrium

Dance at the Lincoln Center Atrium, featuring DJ-spun hits and live performances representing the most-loved musical genres of today, including Hip Hop, K-Pop, and the long-awaited return of the ¡VAYA! Latin dance music series.  Each night begins with a short dance tutorial.

The indoor space is weather proof but with fountains and plant-covered walls giving…

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New York City Ballet Family Saturday: A Magical Midsummer

Explore George Balanchine’s beloved ballet inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream featuring feuding fairy kingdoms, quarreling couples, and a troupe of bumbling actors entangled in a magical forest.

See excerpts from this charming ballet, hear from the artists who perform it and maybe learn a few fairy moves from your elegant seat. Very engaging…

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

George Balanchine’s magical adaption of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream features a lush forest besieged by quixotic love triangles, feuding fairy kingdoms, a hilarious hungry donkey and the cutest dancing butterflies. First act is more action packed than the second, so consider the cheap seats with the option to leave at intermission.

Anyone under 30…

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