Passport to the Arts at Lincoln Center offers virtual fall offerings

Designed for families with children, teens and adults with disabilities, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming introduction to the performing arts at Lincoln Center at no cost. The fall season features virtual programs with New York City Ballet, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center […] The post Passport to the Arts at Lincoln Center offers virtual fall offerings appeared first on Dance Informa Magazine.

Passport to the Arts at Lincoln Center offers virtual fall offerings

Designed for families with children, teens and adults with disabilities, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming introduction to the performing arts at Lincoln Center at no cost. The fall season features virtual programs with New York City Ballet, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Families can attend dance, music or drama classes, watch exclusive performances, check out behind-the-scenes content, and meet performers – all from their homes. 

CO/LAB's 'The Nutcracker'. Photo courtesy of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library.
CO/LAB’s ‘The Nutcracker’. Photo courtesy of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library.

Programs are inclusively designed and open only to families with children, teens or adults with disabilities. Families will receive pre-visit materials including social narratives, photos and links. All programs take place via Zoom. 

Because this season is all virtual, Passport to the Arts can accommodate more families than in past seasons. Upcoming events include an Adapted Dance Workshop with New York City Ballet (November 12), Behind the Scenes of The Nutcracker with New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and CO/LAB Theater Group (December 12), a presentation of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker (December 13), and a performance by Infinite Flow Dance (January 9). 

Infinite Flow Dance. Photo courtesy of Kyle MacLennan.
Infinite Flow Dance. Photo courtesy of Kyle MacLennan.

As part of Lincoln Center’s commitment to serving audiences of all abilities, supplemental materials are available on Passport at Home

For more information on the Passport to the Arts Fall Season, visit lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home/series/passport-to-the-arts. Registration is free and available here.

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