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October 29, 2020

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts to Cancel Great Performers Spring 2021 Series, David Rubenstein Atrium Spring Season, and 2021 American Songbook

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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

to Cancel Great Performers Spring 2021 Series,
David Rubenstein Atrium Spring Season,

and 2021 American Songbook

 

NEW YORK (October 29, 2020) — Given the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) will cancel the remainder of the events in the 2020/21 Great Performers series and 2020/21 David Rubenstein Atrium Season, as well as the annual American Songbook series.

 

Previously announced concerts in the Great Performers series are now cancelled through May 9, 2021. Ticket holders should contact CenterCharge at 212.721.6500 (Monday-Friday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm ET) to facilitate ticketing refunds or donations for affected performances.

 

Lincoln Center continues to serve audiences via Lincoln Center at Home, featuring performances and arts education series at LincolnCenter.org; through commissioning artists to create new works that respond to our current moment; and by safely activating our outdoor campus with small-scale, socially-distanced performances, arts and civic engagement activations, and more.

 

For digital offerings from Lincoln Center’s resident organizations, please visit LincolnCenter.org or individual websites.

 

About Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is the steward of the world’s leading performing arts center, an artistic and civic cornerstone for New York City comprised of eleven resident companies on a 16-acre campus. The nonprofit’s strategic priorities include: supporting the arts organizations that call Lincoln Center home to realize their missions and fostering opportunities for collaboration across campus; championing inclusion and increasing the accessibility and reach of Lincoln Center’s work; and reimagining and strengthening the performing arts for the 21st century and beyond, helping ensure their rightful place at the center of civic life.

 

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Press Contacts:

Isabel Sinistore, [email protected], (212) 671-4195

Desiree Naranjo, [email protected], (212) 875-5078

Jenni Klauder, [email protected], (212) 875-5490

 

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