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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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

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

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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

Paul Taylor Dance Company

Modern

  • Critics' pick

As part of Lincoln Center Out of Doors, the company performs Fibers (a rarely seen abstract work from 1961, whose movement recalls Taylor's Graham influence) and the ever-charming Aureole. The program also includesthe tango-inspired Piazzolla Caldera,...

Paul Taylor Dance Company

Tribute to Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez

Latin music

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The Cita Rodriguez Orchestra and guests celebrate the music of salsa sonero and percussionist Pete "El Conde" Rodríguez, who rose to prominence with the Fania label in the '60s and '70s.

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