Lincoln Center Unveils New Website for Lincoln Center at Home

  Last modified on April 18th, 2020

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has launched a new website for its one-stop portal to all digital offerings from across its iconic campus, Lincoln Center at Home (#LincolnCenterAtHome).

Audiences around the globe can visit and now simply & easily add a wealth of arts offerings to their family’s daily calendars. New videos are posted every day. The “On Demand” section offers content available at any time—including links to digital archives, access to remote collections, Q+As with artists, workshops, performances, and more.

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Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom

Schools may be closed but Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom is open. Tune in to on Facebook Live every weekday at 2pm for your daily dose of creativity. This week, families will learn about sculpture, dance, pantomime, and more! For families who can’t watch live, Pop-Up Classrooms are available anytime on Lincoln Center’s Facebook page as on-demand video.

Lincoln Center at Home Popup Classroom


For family audiences, Lincoln Center is teaming up with a remarkable group of artists who will bring world-class performances and diverse musical perspectives straight from their homes to yours. These short performances will be shared each Wednesday at 4pm and Sunday at 11am. All concerts are available after the premiere in the “On Demand” section of the website.

One of this week’s featured artists is Zeshan B, who uses his rich, velvety voice to tell stories of protest, hope, and endurance. He will be performing from his forthcoming album, Melismatic. Another featured artist of the week is Elena Moon Park, who celebrates folk and children’s music from all over East Asia.

Zeshan B Lincoln Center at Home

Zeshan B

Archival and Livestream Performances

From the archives of Lincoln Center’s resident organizations comes a trove of video, including rarely seen footage from decades of Live From Lincoln Center, more recent performances from across campus, and live streams from wherever performances are still happening – empty halls, living rooms, and more.

Visit for the full schedule.

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