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Learn more about Lincoln Center’s iconic landmarks—including the Revson Fountain, the newly transformed Alice Tully Hall, and the Metropolitan Opera House!Go behind the scenes at venues where a spectacular range of artists have performed, including...more
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No visit to New York is complete without a visit to the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. I was lucky enough to join my cousin for a performance of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera House and what a performance it was at this grand...More
There is no better place in the world to see opera, I think. Between each interval you can enjoy a drink very well attended and look at those lamps and stairs that transport you to another era, pure beauty
A flight of steps take you up to the Josie Robertson Plaza with gracious fountains leading on to the Metropolitan Opera House. This is just one section of the Centre which has other plazas, halls and theatres within the complex. We decided to buy tickets...More
We returned to Lincoln Center last evening to take in Adriana Lecouvreur by the Metropolitan Opera. The Lincoln Center is so beautiful, so grand, and so alive with people, it simply never disappoints. Not to be missed for lovers of the arts.
As British people visiting New York we were interested to see how Americans handled the Cockney accent and we were well impressed! It was wonderful! The show was fantastic! We had front row seats by the orchestra. We thought that the Lincoln Center provided such...More
The Bus took a group of people who wanted to see a play named My Fair Lady. Friends of ours and us went to sit together but the husband came in a wheelchair cause he doesn’t walk good. So when the play finished the wife...More