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Past Programs

  • A New York Public Library/Mostly Mozart Trivia Concert, hosted by International Contemporary Ensemble

    August 17

    This event takes place at the David Rubenstein Atrium, Lincoln Center - West 62nd Street and Broadway.      Read More ›
  • Young Athletes, Inc. summer visit

    August 15

    A group of 17 students from the Young Athletes, Inc. summer program visited the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.  The trip was a part of their Straphangers Club project investigating libraries ad museums around the city.   Young Athletes, Inc. is a Bronx-based after-school 

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  • Visual Arts Boot Camp student visit

    August 8

    The Boot Camp is project of the NYC Department of Education and Lincoln Center Education, established to give 2 intensive weeks of audition/portfolio training to assist rising 8th graders preparing to apply for entrance into the specialized high schools.  Each August, The New York Public 

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  • Boot Camp Instrumental Music students visit

    August 4

    The Boot Camp is project of the NYC Department of Education and Lincoln Center Education, established to give 2 intensive weeks of audition/portfolio training to assist rising 8th graders preparing to apply for entrance into the specialized high schools.  Each August, The New York Public 

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  • Boot Camp Theater students visit

    August 2

    The Boot Camp is project of the NYC Department of Education and Lincoln Center Education, established to give 2 intensive weeks of audition/portfolio training to assist rising 8th graders preparing to apply for entrance into the specialized high schools.  Each August, The New York Public 

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  • Boot Camp Vocal Music student visit

    August 2

    The Boot Camp is project of the NYC Department of Education and Lincoln Center Education, established to give 2 intensive weeks of audition/portfolio training to assist rising 8th graders preparing to apply for entrance into the specialized high schools.  Each August, The New York Public 

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  • Boot Camp Dance Studio visit

    August 1

    The Boot Camp is project of the NYC Department of Education and Lincoln Center Education, established to give 2 intensive weeks of audition/portfolio training to assist rising 8th graders preparing to apply for entrance into the specialized high schools.  Each August, The New York Public 

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  • Bronx Epworth Day Camp visit

    July 28

    A group of 36 children, with counselors and teachers, from the Epworth United Methodist Church Day Camp in the Bronx traveled to Lincoln Center for an LPA exibition program.  They arranged teh visit in conjunction with attendance at a Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors event later that day.  The 

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  • Statement Arts College Prep student visit

    July 21

  • American Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts students

    July 12

    AMDA, brought a group of 46 high school age students from the summer program to LPA for orientation.  The students from the Acting, Musical Theater and Vocal studios learned how to find scripts and songs in the circulating and archival collections.  AMDA, a near neighbor, has planned 3 visits 

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  • Summer Arts Institute Instrumental Music Students

    July 12

    For the 13th year, the Library for the Performing Arts worked with the Department of Education's Summer Arts Institute on programs designed to introduce or facilitate the students to research in their field.  The series kicked off with the visit of 80 Middle and High School Instrumental Music 

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  • Summer Arts Institute MS Vocal Music students

    July 11

    For the 12th year, the Library for the Performing Arts worked with the Department of Education's Summer Arts Institute on programs designed to introduce or facilitate the students to research in their field.  The series kicked off with the visit of 54 Middle  School Vocal students, with 

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  • Summer Arts Institute HS Vocal Music students

    July 8

    For the 12th year, the Library for the Performing Arts worked with the Department of Education's Summer Arts Institute on programs designed to introduce or facilitate the students to research in their field.  The series kicked off with the visit of 54 High School Vocal students, with teacher 

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  • Education First group from Tennessee

    June 9

    A group of 21 8th grade music and art students from Tennessee visited Magical Designs for Mozart's Magic Flute and Mozart Forever as an activity of their trip to NYC.  It was arranged by Education First, an educational tour company. They were accompanied by the Orchestra and Chorus teachers, as 

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  • NYPL LGBT Pride Trivia Concert - Hosted by Isle of Klezbos

    June 7

    The Library continues its Trivia Concert series with a LGBT Pride month celebration, featuring Jackie Hoffman, The hilarious star of TV, Broadway, and film; 

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  • annual Fordham University Musical Theatre Seminar

    June 1

    The Fordham University Music Theatre Seminar scheduled its 5th annual oriention tour of the Performing Arts Library.  The students or college or graduate student age come to NY for an intense 5 week program in singing, acting and dance, led by Julie Boyd and Mana Allen (who is also an LPA 

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  • Shakespeare Week classes

    May 2

    In conjunction with the international celebration of Shakespeare and the Lincoln Center Theater professional development program, we hosted the 60 high school student semi-finalists in the Monologue and Sonnet Recital competition.  The students split into 2 groups, with 30 visiting Magical 

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  • Theatre Design students visit

    April 15

    Chris Muller brought his First Year  Design students from Tisch/NYU School of the Arts to view Magical Designs for Mozart's Magic Flute and Shakespeare's Star Turn in America.  The 18 students were enrolled in Culture, Costume and Decor.  The graduate students viewed both exhibitions  and 

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  • Scenery Design students visit

    April 8

    Campbell Baird brought his First Year Scenic Design students from Tisch/NYU School of the Arts to view Magical Designs for Mozart's Magic Flute and Shakespeare's Star Turn in America.  The graduate students viewed both exhibitions with curator Barbara Cohen-Stratyner and received training in 

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  • Tepper semester visit

    January 22

     64 students  from the Syracuse University program, Tepper Semester, visited the Library for the Performing Arts for the semi-annual orientation visit.   As happens each Winter semester, the theater students were introduced to the Circulating and Research Collections, a well as Theatre on 

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