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Cabaret & Concert News Lincoln Center Spring Community Programming Features Free and Choose-What-You-Pay Performances

Musical theatre writer Jaime Lozano is among the artists showcased in the American Songbook: A World of Voices series.

Jaime Lozano

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts will welcome audiences with a full roster of free and pay-what-you-can programming this spring in-person in the David Rubenstien Atrium and the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, and virtually. The varied weekly events will explore the intersection of culture, civic engagement, and community building.

The American Songbook concert series will return with A World of Voices, featuring artists from across the globe. Opening the series is the leading voice of Garifuna culture and musical tradition, Aurelio Martínez and The Garifuna Soul Band. Several artists will play newly released material and offer sneak peeks of works still in creation, including the soul and rock singer Natu Camara, acclaimed Guatemalan singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno, and musical theatre writer Jaime Lozano in Songs by an Immigrant featuring an all-star lineup of Latinx Broadway performers. The series runs April 14–30 at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, with Choose-What-You-Pay tickets starting at $5. For a full calendar of American Songbook performances, click here

Other programs for the season include Passport to the Arts, for children, teens, and adults with disabilities and their families, and Lincoln Center Moments, for individuals with dementia and their caregivers. Virtual programming for Passport to the Arts runs from February 27–June 15. Virtual and in-person events for Lincoln Center Moments to be available from March 9–June 14. Both programs are free of charge. For more information or to see a schedule of events for Passport to the Arts, click here. For more on Lincoln Center Moments, click here.

Finally, Lincoln Center Activate returns with two sessions this spring designed to connect artists and educators. For more information on the free virtual conversations and workshops in the March and April sessions, click here

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