Lincoln Center’s “Summer For The City” will start on Saturday at 2:30pm — with the large-scale participatory singalong, Sing New York, and the opening of Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s new art series, GATHER: A series of monuments and rituals. Both events are free.
Sing New York
Saturday, May 14 at 2:30pm
Make your Lincoln Center debut and become a part of New York City’s largest chorus—for one day only! The Young People’s Chorus of New York City will headline this outdoor performance and singalong. Audiences (aka singers) are encouraged to come together in song as Lincoln Center celebrates unity and the warmer months ahead. If you’d like to practice your vocals in advance, the song list includes “This Little Light of Mine,” “Your Song,” “The Barber of Seville,” “La Sopa De Isabel,” “Love Train” and more. More info here.
GATHER: A series of monuments and rituals
Open to the public daily, debuting May 14
From May 14–July 3, Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s participatory installations take over the outdoor spaces of Lincoln Center, filling the campus with colorful art. Grounded in healing rituals from her Southeast Asian heritage, Phingbodhipakkiya’s new art series invokes emotions of grief, hope, catharsis, joy, and connection in four moving, large-scale installations. Come see the debut of GATHER on May 14 and visit the Lincoln Center campus each weekend beginning May 21, to take part in interactive experiences led by the artist herself. More info here.