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Lincoln Center is bringing you fantastic #ConcertsForKids through #LincolnCenterAtHome. The online programming includes family-friendly performances—some are prerecorded, others are broadcast from private homes and some are performed in empty auditoriums or wherever concerts are still happening.#ConcertsForKids also includes archival videos of amazing past performances. The latest schedule is below—check the Lincoln Center at Home calendar for full listings. All ages.
Wednesday, April 29 at 4pm: SUDS
This immersive, multisensory theatrical experience was originally created for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. SUDS transforms the simple task of going to the laundromat into a soapy, bubble-filled adventure.
Your kids might know this (ahem) POPular musical act from Brooklyn from "Wow in the World," one of the best podcasts for kids of all ages
. This grammy-nominated group is taking its music online for this special concert.
This NYC band will get you grooving to beats of their Latinx sound.
Sunday, May 10 at 11am: Celisse
A singer, songwriter and spoken word artist who has performed everywhere from "The Electric Company," to "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," to "Saturday Night Live"—where she played guitar with Lizzo.
A composer and performer from Trinidad and Tobago, Etienne Charles
will perform a special concert with his band Creole Soul.
Wednesday, May 20 at 4pm: Ani Cordero
A Puerto Rican songwriter living in New York City, Ani Cordero writes socially conscious songs.
Soul Science Lab is a soul/funk/hip-hop group formed by artist and educator Chen Lo, and multi-instrumentalist compose Asante’ Amin. This duo celebrates since through creativity.
Wednesday, May 27 at 4m: Grace McLean
Actor, singer, writer and composer Grace McLean will delight and entertain you.
Sunday, May 31 at 11am: 123 Andres
123 Andrés, The husband-and-wife team of Andrés and Christina is a Latin Grammy-winning duo whose high-energy show will get kids and families singing and dancing in Spanish and English.
Wednesday, June 3 at 4pm: Mark Mulcahy
The composer and singer Mark Mulcahy
is behind the music for the Nickelodeon television series The Adventures of Pete & Pete with his band Polaris.
Wednesday, June 17 at 4pm: Gina Chavez
The singer and songwriter will perform in English and Spanish with vocals and guitar.
Watch this celebrated dance troupe rehearse and explain the celebrated South Indian classical dance form known as Bharatanatyam.