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The Ritual of Breath Is the Rite to Resist

Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center 62nd St, New York, NY, United States

In collaboration with Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth The Ritual of Breath is a transdisciplinary opera and creative act of resistance. Born from the vibrant collaboration between composer Jonathan Berger, visual artist Enrico Riley and poet/librettist Vievee Francis, the work responds to the...

Free

Intrepid Early Morning Openings- Speed and Style: Supersonic Flight

Intrepid Museum 12th Avenue and 46th Street, New York, United States

The Intrepid Museum offers Early Morning Openings for children with autism and their families before the Museum opens to the public! Families receive a sensory bag with interactive activities designed for the whole family and explore the Museum without the crowds! Participants receive a social narrative...

Free

Intrepid Early Morning Openings- Speed and Style: Supersonic Flight

Intrepid Museum 12th Avenue and 46th Street, New York, United States

The Intrepid Museum offers Early Morning Openings for children with autism and their families before the Museum opens to the public! Families receive a sensory bag with interactive activities designed for the whole family and explore the Museum without the crowds! Participants receive a social narrative...

Free

79rs Gang

David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall) West 64th Street and Broadway, New York, NY, United States

Ticketing details to be announced soon; please check back! The 79rs Gang melds modern Hip-Hop sensibilities and traditional New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian music for a joyful celebratory concert for all ages! The splendid theater and music of the Mardi Gras Indian parade honors the...

Free

Engaging With Voices of a People’s History: Artist Talkback

David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall) West 64th Street and Broadway, New York, NY, United States

This event is General Admission, first-come first-served. Just show up! Join us for one of a series of events hosted by Voices of a People’s History examining the efforts of people throughout U.S. history to achieve life, liberty, and happiness. This audience-engagement event features a...

Free

WNYC’s Public Song Project: The People’s Concert

The Underground at Jaffe Drive Jaffe Dr, New York, United States

The Public Song Project from WNYC's All Of It with Alison Stewart invites anyone to create new music by drawing from the public domain. Working musicians and hobbyists alike contribute song covers and musical adaptations of books, poetry, films, and more, demonstrating the public domain's...

Free

La Casita

Hearst Plaza at Lincoln Center 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY, United States

In 2001, Lincoln Center set the scene for the first La Casita, a citywide, intentionally-inclusive festival celebrating poetry and music, grounded in the principle that New York City is best represented by presenting the artistic traditions of its most underserved communities. This year, La Casita's...

Free

Relaxed Open Rehearsal: Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall) West 64th Street and Broadway, New York, NY, United States

This is a relaxed open rehearsal, open to all and designed for people with autism, sensory or communication disorders or learning disabilities. To learn more about relaxed performances, visit this page. Jonathon Heyward, conductor Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 6 (“Pastoral”) As part of Summer...

Free

Musical Storytime

Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center 62nd St, New York, NY, United States

Presented in collaboration with The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Lincoln Center celebrates summer in New York City as our free Storytime series returns to The Garden at Damrosch Park—and this year due to popular demand, we have scheduled a second event...

Free

Comedy Underground

The Underground at Jaffe Drive Jaffe Dr, New York, United States

NYLaughs teams up with Lincoln Center for a free underground—literally—stand-up comedy showcase every Wednesday evening from June 19 to August 7. Founded by Suzette Simon, NYLaughs celebrates NYC’s hilarious soul with free shows citywide. Taking place below Lincoln Center’s campus at Jaffe Drive, the rain-or-shine...

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