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July 07, 2016

Lincoln Center Out of Doors Opens July 20 for Three Weeks of Free Concerts and Events

Lincoln Center Out Of Doors

Press Contact: Marian Skokan

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LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS OPENS JULY 20

 FOR THREE WEEKS OF FREE CONCERTS AND EVENTS

 

WEEK ONE HIGHLIGHTS:

A Night of Words and Music with Patti Smith - July 20

The Hallelujah Train / Ladysmith Black Mambazo - July 21

Barbara Lynn (JUST ANNOUNCED) - July 22

An Evening with Darlene Love - July 23

Salsa Duo Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz - July 24

 

Also in Week One

Mariachi Flor de Toloache; Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Miramar;

Family Day, highlighted by She’s a Rebel - a concert by pioneering girl group singers

from the 1960s and their young protégés;

Heritage Sunday: Global Beat of The Bronx: From Bambara to Breakbeats

 

(July 7, 2016) — Lincoln Center Out of Doors, one of the country’s longest-running outdoor summer festivals, will open its 46th season of free performances on Wednesday, July 20 at 7:30 pm with multi-faceted artist Patti Smith in an evening of words and music, joined by longtime musical collaborators Lenny Kaye and Tony Shanahan.  

 

The first week of Out of Doors continues on Thursday, July 21 with a rare New York performance by The Hallelujah Train, Louisiana gospel at its best, on a bill shared with South Africa’s renowned Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Friday, July 22, features a concert on Hearst Plaza by pioneering rock and R&B rhythm guitarist and singer-songwriter Barbara Lynn. Also on July 22, as a special event to mark the 50th anniversary of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Damrosch Park’s audience will be treated to an evening of sublime classical music with Maestro Louis Langrée leading the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in an all-Mozart program. Saturday, July 23 opens with a Lincoln Center Block Party at 11:00 am on Josie Robertson Plaza hosted by Philadelphia’s Illstyle & Peace Productions to kick off the annual Family Day at Out of Doors.  Moving to Hearst Plaza, the dancers continue with a performance at 1:00 pm and following at 2:00 pm, the acclaimed Dance Theatre of Harlem will give a performance and demonstration featuring students and dancers of the company.  The windup to Family Day, at 3:00 pm on Josie Robertson Plaza is She’s a Rebel: The Girl Group Concert, featuring young women ages 12?18 and some of the pioneering women responsible for the girl group sound of the ‘60s.  On Saturday evening, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love takes the stage at Damrosch Park and celebrates her 75th birthday.

 

July 24 starts in the afternoon at 1:00 pm on the Hearst Plaza stage with Lincoln Center once again partnering with the Center for Traditional Music and Dance and the Center for Art, Tradition and Cultural Heritage to present Heritage Sunday. This year’s edition, Global Beat of The Bronx: From Bambara to Breakbeats features performances by four exciting troupes who call the Boogie Down home, and draw on a rich mix of traditional African, Caribbean, Latino, and contemporary sources in their music and dance.  Week One culminates on July 24, in Damrosch Park with a concert by salsa’s pioneering duo, “El Embajador del Piano,” Richie Ray, and celebrated vocalist Bobby Cruz.

 

Upcoming Weeks Two and Three - Highlights:

WEEK TWOJuly 27, a second collaboration with AFROPUNK’s Girrrl Riot @ Lincoln Center, an all-women lineup that includes the Grammy-nominated soul and pop singer Alice Smith, alt-rock blues singer-songwriter SATE, and Brooklyn-based rock band The VeeVees;  July 28, tap dance legend Maurice Hines; July 29, a double bill curated by Okayafrica featuring New York Afrobeat group Antibalas, and Nigerian Afrobeats pop star Davido; July 30 and 31 La Casita; July 31: Songs of Freedom a double-bill featuring Ky-Mani Marley and Finotee, curated by the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute; casual week-night concerts on Hearst Plaza (with drinks available for purchase) on July 27, Dane Terry; July 28, Jaime Woods; and July 29, Eli “Paperboy” Reed.

 

WEEK THREE:  August 3, internationally-acclaimed flamenco company Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca dancing a new work commissioned by Lincoln Center; August 4, NPR Music Live in Concert with correspondent Ann Powers joining the hosts of the popular shows All Songs Considered and Alt.Latino to introduce three of their favorite artists:  Lucinda Williams, iLe, and Thao and The Get Down Stay Down; August 5, singer-songwriter M. Ward (member of the pop duo She & Him) sharing a double bill with Margaret Glaspy; and closing weekend, August 6 and August 7, Roots of American Music presents Americanafest NYC with August 6: Those Pretty Wrongs, Mary Gauthier, and Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones; The Last Waltz 40th Anniversary Celebration featuring The Midnight Ramble Band, musical direction by Larry Campbell, with guests Lucinda Williams, Dr. John, Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, Anderson East, Howard Johnson, and more; August 7, country music superstar Dwight Yoakam.

 

As previously announced, July 30 is the date of The Bells: A Daylong Celebration of Lou Reed, featuring a mass tai-chi session, The Drones, a sound installation, afternoon concerts, films, readings, and an evening concert, Lou Reed’s Love Songs, in Damrosch Park followed by the late-night screening of Julian Schnabel’s film Berlin.  The special tribute to the late musician and consummate New Yorker is curated by Reed’s wife, Laurie Anderson, and Hal Willner, his longtime producer.

 

August 13, a post-festival, special event co-presented with the Mostly Mozart Festival: the world premiere of composer David Lang’s the public domain, a site-specific work performed by a chorus of 1,000 volunteer amateur and professional singers on Josie Robertson Plaza.

 

All events are FREE; no tickets required.  Visit: LCOutOfDoors.org for program updates.

 

Program details for Week One of Lincoln Center Out of Doors follow.  See separate, complete Calendar of Events included with this email.

 

Week 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 20

 

7:30 pm - Damrosch Park Bandshell

A Night of Words and Music with Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye, and Tony Shanahan

Mariachi Flor de Toloache

Writing about Patti Smith at last summer’s Glastonbury Festival in the U.K., a reporter for The Guardian (London) said, “Amid all the hideous things going on in the world, I’m always grateful for something that reminds me now is a great time to be alive.  I feel like that about Patti Smith’s performance.”  And so does Lincoln Center.  This will be the singer-songwriter, poet, and activist’s third appearance at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, and punk’s poet laureate hasn’t lost any of the combination of grit and grace that makes her a music and cultural icon.  She’ll be joined by longtime musical collaborators, guitarist Lenny Kaye and bassist Tony Shanahan, for an intimate, acoustic evening of poetry, spoken word, and music.

 

Latin Grammy nominees for their 2015 debut album, New York’s all-female Mariachi Flor de Toloache are led by singers Mireya I. Ramos and Shae Fiol. The group’s members hail from diverse cultural and musical backgrounds, and that, plus the heady mélange of Latin music styles absorbed from their New York City? base (salsa, bachata, cumbia, Latin jazz, hip-hop, and soul), help create their edgy, versatile, and fresh take on the traditional Mexican music. The group opened for Black Keys’ singer Dan Auerbach’s new band, The Arcs, on its debut U.S. and European tour in 2015 and is again with the band on its 2016 West Coast tour, including this April’s Coachella Festival. Their second studio album (Daptone - Chulo Records) is slated for release in fall 2016.

 

THURSDAY, JULY 21

 

7:30 pm - Damrosch Park Bandshell

The Hallelujah Train featuring Pastor Brady Blade Sr., Brian Blade, Daniel Lanois, and guests

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Two song traditions born in struggle and oppression and raising powerful voices in hope are represented on the Damrosch Bandshell stage this evening.  The Hallelujah Train rolls into Damrosch Park led by Pastor Brady Blade Sr., an all-star band featuring his son Brian Blade, celebrated jazz drummer and longtime member of The Wayne Shorter Quartet, his friend and frequent collaborator guitarist-producer Daniel Lanois and members of the Zion Baptist Church. The Hallelujah Train began life as a Sunday morning gospel show on a local Shreveport T.V. station in the 1970s and ’80s, created by Rev. Blade Sr., pastor of the Zion Baptist Church. Resurrected several years ago as a labor of love by Brian Blade and his brother, the group performs its special brand of Southern gospel and Americana music in New York for the first time this July.

The Hallelujah Train is presented in association with the BAM R&B Festival at Metrotech

 

The foremost exponents of Isicathamiya, Zulu for a style of a capella singing that originated among South African mine workers in the early part of the 20th century, Ladysmith Black Mambazo was introduced to the world through Paul Simon’s Graceland album and tour in the mid-1980s.  The five-time Grammy Award?winning group has recorded with artists ranging from Stevie Wonder and Dolly Parton to Josh Groban and Emmylou Harris, appeared on Broadway, been featured on numerous film soundtracks, and are worldwide peace ambassadors. 

 

FRIDAY, JULY 22

7:00 pm - Hearst Plaza

Barbara Lynn

A left-handed rhythm guitar-playing woman was a rare sight on the Gulf Coast circuit in the late 1950s, when Texas-born singer-songwriter Barbara Lynn started fronting her own bands as a teenager. Her recording career was launched at New Orleans’s legendary Cosimo’s studio and the 1962 ballad, “You’ll Lose a Good Thing” was her first, and best-known, hit. Lynn drew on early influences like Etta James, Ruth Brown, and Texas guitar sensation Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown. Her “Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin’),” one of her many original songs, was recorded by the Rolling Stones in 1965.  With her re-emergence on the music scene, at a Ponderosa Stomp festival concert in 2008, Lynn is introducing new audiences to her soulful vocals and charismatic blend of blues and southern R&B.

 

7:30 pm - Damrosch Park Bandshell

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Louis Langrée, conductor

Simone Porter, violin (Mostly Mozart debut)

All-Mozart program

Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K.216

Symphony No. 41 in C major, K.551 (“Jupiter”)

The Mostly Mozart Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and, in the first of three collaborative projects with Lincoln Center Out of Doors offering free events to the public, presents its traditional free preview concert in Damrosch Park with Maestro Louis Langrée, Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director, leading the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra:  NOTE:  Damrosch Park will open for seating at 6:30 pm.

Co-presented with the Mostly Mozart Festival

 

This free preview concert of the Mostly Mozart Festival is made possible in part by The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Foundation.

 

SATURDAY, JULY 23

FAMILY DAY

Supported by Disney

 

11:00 am - Josie Robertson Plaza

Lincoln Center Block Party with Illstyle & Peace Productions

The Philadelphia-based dance collective led by Brandon “Peace” Albright presents hip-hop with an uplifting message. They create work rooted in contemporary, West African, and old-school hip-hop styles, blended with a mix of dance and performance disciplines including tap, ballet, DJing, and beatboxing. They’ll host a participatory block party for all ages to kick off Family Day.

 

1:00 pm - Hearst Plaza

Illstyle & Peace Productions Dance Performance

The dancers return for a performance showcasing their dazzling artistry, which The New York Times said was like “watching the greatest ballet virtuosos.”

Illstyle & Peace Productions is made possible in part by The Harkness Foundation for Dance.

 

2:00 pm - Hearst Plaza

Dance Theatre of Harlem Company and School

Students from the Dance Theatre of Harlem Summer Intensive program, and professional dancers of the celebrated dance company will give an informal performance where they’ll explain and demonstrate the rudiments of classical ballet, share their personal experiences, and invite questions from the audience.

 

3:00 pm - Josie Robertson Plaza

She’s a Rebel: The Girl Group Project

While generations of fans know 1960s girl group songs by heart, many of these great singers aren’t known by name.  In 2011, before the release of the Academy Award?winning documentary Twenty Feet from Stardom shone a spotlight on the anonymous artistry of the ’60s girl groups and background singers, Lincoln Center Out of Doors presented She’s Got the Power, a day devoted to their stories, with a concert featuring some of those women. The idea inspired She’s a Rebel, inviting young women ages 12?18 to participate in a 15-week project, supervised by Lincoln Center Education, to learn and perform three-part harmony and participate in master classes with some of the women.  The project culminates in this concert with the young women singing with Margaret Ross Williams of The Cookies, Louise Murray of The Hearts and The Jaynetts, Lillian Walter Moss of The Exciters, Nanette Licari of Reparata and The Delrons, and Beverly Warren of The Raindrops.

 

SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 23

 

7:30 pm - Damrosch Park Bandshell

An Evening with Darlene Love

“Darlene Love deserves to be heard, really heard, and her voice has no problem reaching into the heart of anyone willing to listen” is what NPR’s Ann Powers wrote about Introducing Darlene Love, the singer’s most recent album, released in fall 2015.  With new songs written for her by producer and longtime friend Steven Van Zandt, as well as by Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Linda Perry, Jimmy Webb, and more, the album puts Love in the spotlight where she belongs, with accolades and richly-deserved recognition as one of the great pop singers of our time.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 24

 

1:00 pm - Hearst Plaza

Heritage Sunday

Global Beat of The Bronx: From Bambara to Breakbeats featuring

Bambara Drum and Dance Ensemble

Bombazo Dance Company

Chief Joseph Chatoyer Dance Company

Full Circle Souljahs

For 18 summers, Heritage Sunday at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, curated by the Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD), has celebrated the diverse performance traditions found throughout New York City. This year, CTMD celebrates the Bronx and dance from West African, African-American, and Latino sources, each with distinct expressions but interconnected through the present day community’s shared culture and traditions.  Bambara Drum and Dance Ensemble celebrates the culture and traditions of West Africa and their varied expressions today; Bombazo Dance Company fuses Afro-Puerto Rican, Afro-Caribbean, and traditional folkloric elements drawn from the history of Americans and Latinos with classical, contemporary, and social dance styles; Chief Joseph Chatoyer Dance Company, a drumming, singing, and dance group, showcases the culture of the Garifuna, Caribbean descendants of West and Central Africans and Native Americans;  Full Circle Souljahs, rooted in street performance and started by hip-hop dancers Kwikstep and Rokafella, has grown to include beatboxers, MCs, and dancers of diverse backgrounds and styles. Its performances come with a message that hip-hop is a culture and an ever?evolving vehicle for social change.

Presented in collaboration with the Center for Traditional Music and Dance and the Center for Art, Tradition and Cultural Heritage.

Bambara Drum and Dance Ensemble, Bombazo Dance Company and Full Circle Souljahs are made possible in part by The Harkness Foundation for Dance.

 

7:30 pm - Damrosch Park Bandshell

Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz

Miramar

Recently reunited kings of salsa brava Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz have performed as a duo for more than 50 years and can still bring loyal fans and new ones alike to their feet. Ray, born in Brooklyn to Puerto Rican parents, is a virtuoso pianist, singer, composer, and arranger who attended Juilliard, and Cruz, a Puerto Rico?born and New York?raised multi-instrumentalist and singer with an operatic range, began their partnership in 1965 and not only became one of the most popular duos in the history of salsa, but influenced many Latino artists across a variety of genres.

 

Opening the evening is Miramar, the trio formed by members of the indie salsa band Bio Ritmo.  In a musical detour for the artists, they’ll perform music from their debut album—a tribute to Puerto Rican bolero composer Sylvia Rexach. Miramar is reviving the golden sounds of the popular and beloved music genre of the 1950s and ’60s and introducing these passionate love songs to a new generation.

 

Programs and artists subject to change

 

Visit LCOutOfDoors.org for more information, including program updates.

 

All events are FREE; no tickets required

Events take place on LINCOLN CENTER’S PLAZAS between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, from West 62nd Street to West 65th Street (except where noted).  Take No.1 IRT to 66th Street?Lincoln Center station) OR the A, B, C, D, and No. 1 trains to 59th Street?Columbus Circle.

 

ABOUT LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS

Inaugurated in 1971, Lincoln Center Out of Doors began as a small festival of street theater in collaboration with Everyman Theater (cofounded by actress Geraldine Fitzgerald). Over its 45-year history, Out of Doors has commissioned more than 100 works from composers and choreographers and presented hundreds of major dance companies, renowned world-music artists, and legendary jazz, folk, gospel, blues, and rock musicians. It has highlighted the rich cultural diversity of New York City with its annual La Casita project which offers poetry and spoken word, along with music and dance performances. Out of Doors has partnered with dozens of community and cultural organizations including the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Center for Traditional Music and Dance, and the Chinese American Arts Council. The festival is produced by Jill Sternheimer.

 

Lincoln Center Out of Doors is a presentation of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA), which serves three primary roles: presenter of artistic programming, national leader in arts and education and community engagement, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. A presenter of more than 3,000 free and ticketed events, performances, tours, and educational activities annually, LCPA offers 16 series, festivals, and programs including American Songbook, Avery Fisher Career Grants and Artist program,  David Rubenstein Atrium programming, Great Performers, Legends at Lincoln Center: The Performing Arts Hall of Fame, Lincoln Center at the Movies, Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Awards, Lincoln Center Festival, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project, Midsummer Night Swing, Mostly Mozart Festival, White Light Festival, the Emmy Award?winning Live From Lincoln Center, which airs nationally on PBS, and Lincoln Center Education, which is celebrating 40 years enriching the lives of students, educators, and lifelong learners. As manager of the Lincoln Center campus, LCPA provides support and services for the Lincoln Center complex and the 11 resident organizations: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School, Lincoln Center Theater, The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, the School of American Ballet, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. For more information, visit LincolnCenter.org.

 

Support for Lincoln Center Out of Doors is provided by Susan and Jack Rudin, Disney, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Great Performers Circle, Chairman’s Council, the Friends of Lincoln Center, and Young Patrons of Lincoln Center.

 

Public support for Out of Doors 2016 is provided by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Operation of Lincoln Center’s public plazas is supported in part with public funds provided by the City of New York.

 

Endowment support is provided by PepsiCo Foundation.

 

Additional endowment support provided by The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Foundation.

 

American Airlines is the Official Airline of Lincoln Center

 

Nespresso is the Official Coffee of Lincoln Center

 

NewYork-Presbyterian is the Official Hospital of Lincoln Center

 

MetLife is the National Sponsor of Lincoln Center

 

“Summer at Lincoln Center” is supported by Diet Pepsi

 

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