Time Out says
Over four nights, Lincoln Center Festival celebrates at the work of avant-jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman, who died in 2015. The first event is a screening of David Cronenberg’s hallucinatory William S. Burroughs adaptation Naked Lunch with a live performance of its Coleman-performed score. On July 12, the fest hosts a screening of 1985 documentary Ornette: Made in America. On June 14, band members and special guests reunite Coleman's jazz-fusion project Prime Time. And on June 16, members of Ensemble Signal explore Coleman's classical-music legacy, performing his chamber works.