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Free Live Music Returns to Lincoln Center

NEW YORK — Throughout May, New Yorkers will be able to experience a variety of live outdoor music performances, from salsa to Dvořák, at Lincoln Center, offered free through Restart Stages, part of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation-Lincoln Center (SNF-LC) Agora Initiative.

The program, whose performances are designed for pandemic safety, kicks off on May 10, with tickets distributed by lottery.

Restart Stages aims to transform Lincoln Center’s campus into a hub of arts access and civic engagement, with ten new outdoor venues hosting music and dance performances, film screenings, cultural events, a reading room, and public services like food bank distributions. It is made possible through the SNF-LC Agora Initiative, a collaboration to reactivate and reimagine public space in a new era for which SNF provided support as part of its $100 million global COVID-19 relief initiative.

Source: snf.org

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