Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center

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  • Address:

    Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center W 62nd St
    Upper West Side
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Columbus and Amsterdam Aves

  • Venue phone:

    212-875-5456

  • Venue website:

    lincolncenter.org

  • Transport:

    Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr

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    1. Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center
      • W 62nd St
        Upper West Side
        New York
      • 212-875-5456
      • lincolncenter.org
      • 40.771604,-73.984574

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A Batalha do Passinho + Rennie Harris Puremovement

Hip-hop

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The Rio dancers of A Batalha do Passinho—which offers a fusion of break and traditional Brazilian movement, a style begun in the city favelas—make their U.S. debut in a shared program with Rennie Harris's wonderful Puremovement hip-hop company. The performance,...

A Batalha do Passinho + Rennie Harris Puremovement

BaianaSystem + Pupy y Los Que Son Son + Emil Zrihan

Reggae, World & Latin

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BaianaSystem mashes up EDM and dub, while Los Que Son Son, a blistering combo run by groundbreaking pianist César "Pupy" Pedroso, brings salsa and timba tunes. Singer Emil Zrihan blends traditional music from Arabic and Jewish traditions.

Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires + St. Paul & the Broken Bones + Bobby Patterson + Music Maker Blues Revue

Soul, R&B & Funk

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The Screaming Eagle of Soul has landed. Daptone-abetted song man Charles Bradley, a showstopping performer with a searing, James Brown–esque rasp, hits Damrosch Park. Expect nothing short of pure, uncut soul. St. Paul & the Broken Bones, singer Bobby...

Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires + St. Paul & the Broken Bones + Bobby Patterson + Music Maker Blues Revue

Camille A. Brown and Dancers

Contemporary & experimental

Brown offers her Mr. TOL E. RAncE, which examines the black performer through stereotypes and history, with particular interest in African-American humor, to shed light on survival mechanisms and identity. The performance is part of Lincoln Center Out...

Rosanne Cash + The Lone Bellow + Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale

Country & folk

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Long one of roots music's most admired storytellers and adventurers, Rosanne Cash follows a highly acclaimed new album, The River & the Thread, on which she provides an expansive view of Southern rural life and its emotional threads alongside guests such...

Rosanne Cash + The Lone Bellow + Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale

Roberta Flack + Davell Crawford

Soul, R&B & Funk

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Roberta Flack slipped into some heavy schmaltz during the ’80s, but how can you resist the singer who gave us "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "Killing Me Softly"? You can't. So go swoon. Dubbed “The Piano Prince of New Orleans,” R&B man Davell...

Roberta Flack + Davell Crawford

José González + yMusic

Singer-songwriter

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Swedish guitarist José González, accompanied by contemporary-classical ensemble yMusic, performs new chamber-orchestra versions of his work, arranged by yMusic's Rob Moose.

José González + yMusic

Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell + Robert Ellis

Country & folk

  • Critics' pick
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Roots-music royalty convenes when alt-country godmother Emmylou Harris hits the stage with her longtime compadre, singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell, to showcase material from their handsomely twangy Grammy-winning joint CD, Old Yellow Moon. Houston song...

Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell + Robert Ellis

Amel Larrieux + Avery*Sunshine + The Jones Family Singers

Soul, R&B & Funk

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Former Groove Theory vocalist Amel Larrieux is one of alterna-R&B’s bright lights, primarily because her delivery comes with jazz seasoning. She also has a sizable globalist streak. Tonight she joins singer-pianist Avery*Sunshine and the gospel-funk Jones...

Amel Larrieux + Avery*Sunshine + The Jones Family Singers

Ragamala Dance + From Chinatown with Love: Chinese-American Arts Council Dancers + Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers

Folk & ethnic

Lincoln Center Out of Doors offers a mixed bill with the South Indian Bharata Natyam company Ragamala Dance in Song of the Jasmine, as well as performances by two Chinese-American troupes: Chinese-American Arts Council Dancers (in traditional Chinese...

Ragamala Dance + From Chinatown with Love: Chinese-American Arts Council Dancers + Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers
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