Press Release

October 21, 2019

November 2019 at Lincoln Center: Calendar of This Month's Events

Lincoln Center

Date: October 21, 2019

 

November 2019 Performances and Events Calendar

 

White Light Festival’s Tenth Anniversary Season Continues with  
Roysten Abel’s The Manganiyar SeductionDruidShakespeare:Richard III 
James MacMillan’s Stabat MaterThe Abyssinian Mass with Wynton Marsalisand more 

 

Gustafer Yellowgold Brings Live Music, Animation, and Storytelling  

to the David Rubenstein Atrium for a Free LC Kids Performance  

 

Great Performers Season Continues with Isabelle Faust,

Yuja Wang with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Magdalena Kožená with Simon Rattle 

 

David Rubenstein Atrium Celebrates 10 Years of Free Events with  

Latin Dance Party ¡VAYA! 63, Poetry Night What Saves Us, Cuban Jazz and more 

 

NEW YORK (October 21, 2019) — This fall, Lincoln Center presents a plethora of music, dance, theater, and panel events across the campus and beyond. Running until November 24, the 10th anniversary of the White Light Festival features multidisciplinary works by artistic voices from across the globe that explore the dimensions of our interior lives. Free programming continues at the David Rubenstein Atrium — also celebrating its 10th anniversary — with a newly commissioned visual art piece, diverse live performances, and panel conversations. The 2019-20 season of Lincoln Center Kids (October 5—June 7, 2020) is in full swing with free and ticketed events developed for toddlers, children, and teenagers stepping into young adulthood. The ongoing Great Performers series (October 29—May 16, 2020) brings an array of beloved musicians and up-and-coming artists to the Lincoln Center stage.

 

Saturday, November 2 at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

Lincoln Center Tours

Halloween Treasure Hunt

Take the family on an outdoor adventure with mysterious clues, unexpected prizes, and of course—candy! Embark on a lively quest for hidden treasure and celebrate with your fellow ghouls and goblins. Costumes encouraged.

Josie Robertson Plaza, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza.

TICKETS are $25 each and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/Kids.

 

*FREE Saturday, November 2 at 11:00 am

LC Kids

Free Saturdays at the Atrium: Gustafer Yellowgold

Gustafer?Yellowgold?returns to the Atrium,?bringing?his funny and touching multimedia performance—including live music, animation, and quirky storytelling—to tell of his imaginative explorations of the Minnesota woods where he landed.?Morgan Taylor’s beloved animated visitor from the sun has opened for Wilco and The Polyphonic Spree, appeared Off-Broadway, and been honored by NAPPA (National Parenting Products Awards), the Kids First! Film Festival, and the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.?

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Kids.

 

Wednesday, November 6 – Saturday, November 9 at 7:30 pm

White Light Festival

The Manganiyar Seduction

The White Light Festival welcomes back The Manganiyar Seduction, the acclaimed music-theater work by Indian director Roysten Abel that had its U.S. premiere at the inaugural festival in 2010 and returned by popular demand in 2013. The Manganiyars, nomadic Sufi Muslims from Northwest India, incorporate Hindu deities into their devotional songs. Conceived by Indian director Roysten Abel, more than 40 musicians, led by Deu Khan, are arranged in four levels of red-curtained, brightly lit boxes in a set inspired by the women’s quarters of Hawa Mahal (a royal palace in Jaipur) and the red-light district of Amsterdam. This seduction of the spirit begins quietly with a solitary desert fiddle and builds to an ecstatic eruption of sound, light, and color as the Manganiyar community takes audiences into and beyond their world.

There will be a post-performance discussion with Roysten Abel and John Schaefer on Friday, November 8.

Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Circle.

TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Thursday, November 7 – Saturday, November 22 at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm

White Light Festival

DruidShakespeare: Richard III (U.S. production premiere)

Shakespeare depicts one of the world’s greatest villains in Richard III, a chilling story of power and ambition. Richard, Duke of Gloucester, portrayed by Aaron Monaghan, sets about bending the world to his own desires, vanquishing his better angels in pursuit of the crown. The Bard’s ruthless monarch resonates through the ages in this award-winning production from Ireland’s Druid theater company and Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes. A continuation of the company’s exploration of Shakespeare’s kings, the production reunites the creative team and members of the Druid ensemble behind the celebrated DruidShakespeare: Richard II, Henry IV (Pts. 1 & 2) and Henry V, which played Lincoln Center in 2015. Druid’s acclaimed run of Waiting for Godot, also directed by Hynes and starring Monaghan as Estragon, was featured in the 2018 White Light Festival.

Pre-performance discussion with Garry Hynes and Robert Marx on Sunday, November 10 at 1:45 pm in the John Jay College Lecture Hall. 

Preview performances are presented on Thursday, November 7 and Friday, November 8 at 7:00 pm.

Richard III is made possible in part with the support of Culture Ireland

Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 524 W. 59th Street.

TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 pm

White Light Festival

Stabat Mater (U.S. premiere)

James MacMillan, the preeminent Scottish composer of our time, draws upon his Celtic heritage and Catholic faith to compose modern-day sacred works that transcend the concert hall. This all-MacMillan program, performed by the Britten Sinfonia and The Sixteen, under the baton of Harry Christophers, features the U.S. premieres of MacMillan’s haunting Miserere and his monumental new Stabat Mater, a devastating hymn of a mother’s anguish. This Stabat Mater was the first musical work ever to be streamed live from the Sistine Chapel and was released on the Coro label in March 2017. Britten Sinfonia previously performed in the U.S. premiere production of Netia Jones’s Curlew River at the 2014 White Light Festival.

Pre-concert talk with James MacMillan and Andrew Shenton at 6:15 pm in the Opera Learning Center (Rose Building, 6th floor).

James MacMillan’s Stabat Mater was commissioned by the Genesis Foundation for Harry Christophers and The Sixteen.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway.

TICKETS start at $50 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

*FREE Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Atrium 360°: The Tune: Wandering Melodic Road

The all-female Korean band The Tune fills the David Rubenstein Atrium with its experimental spirit and songs of South Korean. Featuring piano, percussion, traditional Korean string instruments, and vocals, this groundbreaking group combines shamanistic music with a contemporary sound, breathing new life into old musical stories.

Presented in partnership with the Millennium Stage at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

International tour support provided by the Korea Arts Management Service’s Center Stage Korea program.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium.

 

*FREE Friday, November 8 at 7:00 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump

A chorus of powerful contemporary voices in U.S. poetry comes together for the New York City celebration of a seminal anthology of political poems, published by Northwestern University Press. What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump is an anthology of poems about much more than Trump. These are poems that either embody or express a sense of empathy or outrage, both prior to and following his election. There is an extraordinary diversity of voices. They speak of persecuted and scapegoated immigrants. They bear witness to violence, from police brutality against African Americans to mass shootings. They testify to poverty. There are voices of labor, in the factory or the fields. There are prophetic voices, imploring us to imagine the world we will leave behind in ruins lest we speak and act. However, this is not merely a collection of grievances. The poets build bridges, taking back the language, resisting the demagogic corruption of words themselves, asserting our common humanity. Joining the book’s editor, Martín Espada, at this reading are contributors Denice Frohman, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, John Murillo, Willie Perdomo, Peggy Robles-Alvarado, Nicholas Samaras, Patricia Smith, Lauren Schmidt, Afaa M. Weaver, Elisabet Velasquez, and many more.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium.

 

*FREE Saturday, November 9 at 3:00 pm

White Light Festival

White Light Conversation: Let’s Talk About Religion

John Schaefer, moderator

Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School, Union Theological Seminary

Marcelo Gleiser, theoretical physicist and astronomer

James MacMillan, composer

Stephen Prothero, author, Religious Literacy

God was declared dead in 1966, no longer relevant to an increasingly secular society. Today, people around the world ardently seek religious and faith-based experiences, at times with an intolerant fervor. How did we vacillate between such extremes in the span of only half a century? In modern society, few topics are as subject to ignorance, misunderstanding, and manipulation as religion. Although it is a central building block of human consciousness, we possess surprisingly little knowledge about religious traditions—both of others and our own. Join WNYC’s John Schaefer and a group of leading thinkers for a spirited panel discussion exploring the many contradictions inherent in our understanding of religion and the evolutionary pathways of religious belief, as well as its intersection with science and art and resonance in our current chaotic climate.

Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio, 165 W 65th St. 10th Floor.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Sunday, November 10 at 11:00 am

White Light Festival

Goldberg Variations

Kit Armstrong

Bach’s Goldberg Variations are a hypnotic keyboard showpiece of revelatory lyricism and intricacy. The young musical phenomenon Kit Armstrong, protégé of the legendary pianist Alfred Brendel, illuminates the Goldberg Variations in this intimate Sunday morning recital followed by coffee and conversation with the artist and audience. Kit Armstrong Performs Bach’s Goldberg Variations and Its Predecessors was released on DVD by Unitel from his performance at Concertgebouw Amsterdam and was named the December 2017 “Instrumental Choice” by BBC Music Magazine.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

Walter Reade Theater, 165 West 65th Street.

TICKETS to this performance are currently sold out. For more information and updates, please call 212.721.6500 or visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Wednesday, November 13 at 7:30 pm

White Light Festival

Ensemble Basiani

Performing mesmerizing Georgian choral music from every corner of this ancient, ethnically diverse region, the striking male voices of Ensemble Basiani embody otherworldly sound from the world’s oldest polyphonic tradition. Following a celebrated 2012 White Light Festival appearance, Basiani returns for a transporting a cappella concert of sacred, work, and folk songs in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Ensemble Basiani made its U.S. debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival in 2010.

Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 145 W 46th Street.

TICKETS to this performance are currently sold out. For more information and updates, please call 212.721.6500 or visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

*FREE Thursday, November 14 at 7:30 pm

White Light Festival

Words and Music

Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Caroline Shaw uses her distinctive voice to lure audiences into an original sound world of wonder, exploration, and poignancy. For this enchanting free concert, Shaw joins the dynamic Attacca Quartet as vocalist in a program featuring the spare and soulful quartet Entr’acte; a hauntingly beautiful collection of songs for strings and voice; and the rousing Valencia, an ode to the beauty of an orange.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

*FREE Friday, November 15 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

¡VAYA! 63: Edwin Bonilla: INFINITO

Opening Set by DJ Josè Calderon

Grammy-nominated Puerto Rican percussionist, songwriter, and producer brings powerful horns, crisp vocals, and deep rhythms to our signature salsa series. Bonilla, who performed in On Your Feet on Broadway, is one of Latin music’s most in-demand musicians, having played with Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Madonna, Juan Luis Guerra, Marc Anthony, Cachao, Gilberto Santa Rosa, and Celia Cruz. He returns to the Atrium to celebrate his new album, INFINITO, a tribute to the golden era of salsa with a modern production twist.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium.

 

Sunday, November 17 at 3:00 pm

White Light Festival

Tristan and Isolde, Act II

In his inaugural Lincoln Center performance as the National Symphony Orchestra’s music director, Gianandrea Noseda welcomes a host of today’s leading operatic stars for a concert performance of Act II of Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. For this performance of Act II, soprano Christine Goerke and tenor Stephen Gould join the esteemed NSO for what is the longest and possibly most intense duet in the repertoire. Stephen Gould, the "go-to” Tristan of our time, is paired with Christine Goerke, known for her exquisite interpretations of Wagner heroines, as Isolde.

Pre-concert lecture by dramaturg Cori Ellison at 1:45 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

David Geffen Hall, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza.

TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Wednesday, November 20 at 7:30 pm

Great Performers

Isabelle Faust, violin

Alexander Melnikov, piano

Joined by her frequent collaborator Alexander Melnikov at the piano, Isabelle Faust devotes an evening to the exploration of Beethoven’s Opus 30 sonatas for violin and piano. The cycle was composed in 1802, around the time Beethoven was penning his Second Symphony, and marks a transition from his early works to his second stage where he began experimenting with melody, harmony, and structure, thereby moving beyond the Classical traditions of his peers. It was also a time of great personal and political uncertainty and unrest, and Beethoven dedicated all three works to Tsar Alexander I of Russia.

Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway.

TICKETS start at $50 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/Great-Performers.

 

Thursday, November 21 at 7:30 pm

White Light Festival

Gloria

The unparalleled period-instrument Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and its Choir present a stirring program of Baroque masterworks. Featuring British conductor and harpsichordist Jonathan Cohen and radiant vocal soloists, including countertenor Iestyn Davies (Guardian, U.K.), the concert begins with Pergolesi’s exquisite Stabat Mater, a profoundly moving portrait of a mother’s agony resolving in melodic grace. The second half of the program emerges from the depths with Vivaldi’s joyful Gloria, an exuberant hymn of praise.

Pre-concert lecture by scholar Benjamin D. Sosland at 6:15 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway.

TICKETS start at $100 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

*FREE Thursday, November 21 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Atrium 360°: The Mighty Sparrow

The Mighty Sparrow, known as the Calypso King of the World, is a vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist, and a veritable living legend. A prolific songwriter, he has written over 600 songs and recorded over 60 albums and has been recognized by such songwriters as Bob Dylan and Van Dyke Parks for his genius as a wordsmith. With a legacy that spans recorded history from 78s to digital downloads, his importance to the second half of twentieth-century music stands alongside Bob Marley, Brian Wilson, James Brown, and Frank Sinatra. Since his early hits “Jean and Dinah” (1956) and “Carnival Boycott” (1957), the Grenada-born singer has balanced romance and politics, carrying the torch for Trinidadian Calypso for over six decades. For this very special evening at the Atrium, The Mighty Sparrow will play an intimate acoustic set that explores his artistry and personal history.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium.

 

Thursday, November 21 – Saturday, November 23 at 8:00 pm

White Light Festival

The Abyssinian Mass by Wynton Marsalis

Presented in Collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center

The African American experience takes center stage in The Abyssinian Mass, a swinging celebration for big band and gospel choir from Grammy- and Pulitzer Prize–winning composer, bandleader, and trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Created to mark the bicentennial of Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church in 2008, the Mass is a joyous, soulful affirmation of the human spirit. The Abyssinian Mass was released by Blue Engine Records in 2016, following a 16-city tour across the American South. This engagement marks the second White Light Festival appearance for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis. They also performed John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in 2015.

Pre-concert discussion takes place at 7:00 pm each night at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

The White Light Festival presentation of The Abyssinian Mass is made possible in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Circle.

TICKETS start at $45 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Sunday, November 24 at 3:00 pm

White Light Festival

Cathedral of Sound

Los Angeles Philharmonic

To close the White Light Festival, Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic perform devout composer Anton Bruckner’s soaring Symphony No. 4, a mystical masterpiece that remains one of his most popular orchestral works. Frequent guests of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series, this concert marks the White Light Festival debuts of Dudamel and the L.A. Phil.

This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers.

David Geffen Hall, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza.

TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival.

 

Monday, November 25 at 8:00 pm

Great Performers

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Yuja Wang, piano

The Los Angeles Philharmonic and their music and artistic director Gustavo Dudamel present a New York premiere of John Adams’s new piano concerto, Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?, written for the “preternaturally gifted” pianist Yuja Wang. Following this bewitching new work, the Orchestra is showcased in Stravinsky’s seminal The Rite of Spring.

David Geffen Hall, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza.

TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/Great-Performers.

 

Tuesday, November 26 at 7:30 pm

Great Performers

Magdalena Kožená, mezzo-soprano

Simon Rattle, piano

The celebrated Czech mezzo-soprano and her husband, Sir Simon Rattle, in a rare appearance as a pianist, have assembled six outstanding instrumentalists from Berlin, London, and Bern to join them in for an eclectic program of chamber music with voice.  Two of the works are from Kožená’s homeland: Janácek’s Rikadla, a cheerful cycle of nursery rhymes with instrumental accompaniment, and a selection of Dvorák’s playful Gypsy Songs arranged by Duncan Ward.

Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway.

TICKETS start at $45 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/Great-Performers.

 

*FREE Tuesday, November 26 at 7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Atrium 360°: Dayramir Gonzalez & Habana enTRANCé

A star in Cuba since his teen years, pianist Dayramir Gonzalez is now a New York resident with an international following, representing the young generation of Afro-Cuban jazz. Since winning Havana’s JoJazz Festival in 2004 and 2005, Gonzalez has gone from winning three Cubadisco Awards for his 2007 debut album Dayramir & Habana enTRANCé to performing with legends like Chucho and Bebo Valdés and headlining Carnegie Hall. Tonight, he’ll perform selections from his latest album, The Grand Concourse. Deemed “a tour de force” by DownBeat and “a masterpiece” by Latin Jazz Network, the dynamic album blends the pulse and mystique of New York with early 20th-century Cuban music and the rhythms and sensuality of Yoruba musical traditions.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.

FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium.

 

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The White Light Festival 2019 is made possible by The Shubert Foundation, The Katzenberger Foundation, Inc., Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas), Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater, Culture Ireland, The Joelson Foundation, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, J.C.C. Fund, Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Great Performers Circle, Lincoln Center Patrons and Lincoln Center Members.

 

Endowment support is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Blavatnik Family Foundation Fund for Dance.

 

Great Performers Lead Support is provided by PGIM, the global investment management business of

Prudential Financial, Inc.

 

Additional Support for Great Performers is provided by Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser,

The Shubert Foundation, The Katzenberger Foundation, Inc., Audrey Love Charitable Foundation, Great Performers Circle, Lincoln Center Patrons and Lincoln Center Members.

 

Endowment support for Symphonic Masters is provided by the Leon Levy Fund.

Endowment support is also provided by UBS.

 

Public support is provided by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

 

Programming at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center is made possible by David Rubenstein.

 

Additional support is provided by The Centene Charitable Foundation.

 

Generous endowment support is provided by The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and Oak Foundation.

 

The discount ticket facility is made possible by Donald and Barbara Zucker.

 

Lincoln Center thanks its NextGen Fund members for supporting new audience development and free programming: Katherine Farley and Jerry Speyer, Hearst, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hess, Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe, Stephen M. Ross, James Dinan and Elizabeth Miller, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz, Robert and Gillian Steel, Sandra and Tony Tamer, Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, Cheryl and Blair Effron, Meg and Bennett Goodman, Cheryl and Philip Milstein, and Hon. Stephen C. Robinson.

 

LC Kids is presented by New York-Presbyterian.

 

Support for LC Kids programs and events is provided by Disney with additional endowment support

provided by The Walt Disney Company.

 

Generous support is also provided by Barbara and James Block, Sandra and Tony Tamer, Joseph Bae and Janice Lee, Anna Nikolayevsky, Amanda and John Waldron, Julian Robertson, Joseph M. Cohen,

Founding Families and Family Circle.

 

Major support for LC Kids Artists at the Atrium is provided by Betty and John Levin.

 

NewYork-Presbyterian is the Official Hospital of Lincoln Center.

 

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