Lincoln Center at Home: Dance Week

Lincoln Center at Home: Dance Week
Photo credit: Paul Kolnik

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) recently announced a week devoted to dance from Saturday, May 30 to Thursday, June 4, 2020.

Part of Lincoln Center at Home (#LincolnCenterAtHome), the offerings, which will be streamed at and on Lincoln Center’s Facebook Page, were filmed during more than 40 years of performances on the Lincoln Center Campus by such renowned institutions as Ballet Hispánico, New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, The School of American Ballet, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

Sat 5/30 at 2pm:      Ballet Hispánico
Sat 5/30 at 8pm:      A Midsummer Night’s Dream, New York City Ballet
Sun 5/31 at 8pm:     American Ballet Theatre at the Metropolitan Opera House
Mon 6/1 at 7pm:      The School of American Ballet Virtual Workshop Performance Celebration
Tue 6/2 at 8pm:       Coppélia, New York City Ballet
Wed 6/3 at 8pm:      Tribute to Balanchine, New York City Ballet
Thu 6/4 at 8pm:       Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
(All times listed EST. New York City Ballet titles are available for 45 days after premiere dates.)
Some of the broadcasts have not been seen in decades and are being unlocked as Lincoln Center offers gems from its media archives, including landmark New York City Ballet works by George Balanchine, the company’s co-founder, with some dancers in the roles that Balanchine created for them.
Dance Week will include special themed Pop-Up Classrooms:
Monday, June 1 at 2:00 pm ET
Breaking the Rules with Balanchine Workshop with Deborah Lohse
Learn about New York City Ballet founder George Balanchine and choreograph a Balanchine-inspired dance.
WATCH HEREFor more information, visit
Wednesday, June 3 at 2:00 pm ET
Juilliard K-12 Dance Workshop
Learn how to create your own solo passion project, guest hosted by Juilliard alumna Laura Careless.
WATCH HEREFor more information, visit>Thursday, June 4 at 2:00 pm ET
Dancing Across Genres Workshop with Yvonne Winborne
Explore the fusion of genres and styles within dance choreographies, with a close look at a piece by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater choreographer Ronald K. Brown.

For more information, visit


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