Seeking Greatness at Lincoln Center

Lipsky, Pat / 2004
Lincoln Center hosting diverse ‘Great Performers’
Thursday, January 20, 2005
Star-Ledger Staff
NEW YORK — The British are coming. So are the Russians, along with an Argentinean and the usual Austrians and Germans. Lincoln Center’s 2005-06 “Great Performers” lineup was announced Tuesday, and the 40th season of the multimedia series once again draws a multicultural mix of classical performers.
The opening events of “Great Performers,” Sept. 28-Oct. 2, bring the return of the virtuoso London Symphony Orchestra under Sir Colin Davis in programs ranging from the Verdi Requiem to Sibelius and Vaughan Williams. That kicks off a season featuring visits from 10 international orchestras, plus 31 recitals and chamber concerts.
The “Great Performers” offerings also include a festival devoted to Argentine-American composer Osvaldo Golijov and a new series of late-night, world-music concerts, as well as a 10-part film series on Richard Wagner and sundry educational events.
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