World-class entertainment from Lincoln Center Local, free at your library!
Lincoln Center Local 2014 is made possible by support from Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund, Disney, United Airlines, and Resorts World Casino New York City.
Saturday, September 6 at 2:00 Interweaving
Queens Library at Jackson Heights
35-51 81 Street, Jackson Heights
Francisco Roldán and Gretchen Farrar enchant with a bi-lingual concert of classical guitar and vocals of varied styles, genres, and eras with a common thread. Interweaving (entretejiendo in Spanish) is about taking single strands of melody, harmony, poetry, rhythm, and dynamics and fusing them together into a cohesive, expressive whole. The voice and the guitar thread their way in and out of one another, creating a variegated tapestry of sound. For more information on Interweaving, please visit franciscoroldan.com and gretchenfarrar.com. Suggested for age 12 and up.
Saturday, September 13 at 2:00 Fiesta Flamenca
Queens Library at Langston Hughes
100-01 Northern Boulevard, Corona
The dancers and musicians of Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, in full flamenco costume, present a variety of dances revealing a life full of pride, passion, honor, love, and sorrow and show how flamenco is one of the most popular Spanish art forms because of the great intensity of its music. The audience will learn about castanuelas, taconeo, and even assist with some of the palmas. The company, founded in 1983, explores the range of flamenco expression through the Sevillanas, Alegrias, Soleares, and the Negra Tomasa in this vibrant and engaging program. Featuring has continued to extol the traditions of flamenco while taking on the ambassadorial role of bridging today’s cultures in America and the world.
For more about Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, please visit flamenco-vivo.org. Suggested for ages 5 and up.
Saturday, September 20 at 2:00 and 4:00 VillalobosBrothers
Queens Library at Flushing
41-17 Main Street, Flushing, NY
Masterfully blending the indigenous rhythms and melodies of their native Xalapa in Veracruz, Mexico, with the intricate harmonies of jazz and classical music, the Villalobos Brothers, in a bi-lingual program, deliver an intoxicating brew of musical brilliant cadence and virtuosity that awakens the senses as it redefines notions of Latin music. For more information about Villalobos Brothers, please visit: villalobosbrothers.com. Suggested for ages 5 and up.
Saturday, September 27 at 2:30
David Rubenstein Atrium
Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets
For more information about Lincoln Center Local Live, please visit about.lincolncenter.org/lclocal.
Artists, dates and locations subject to change. Special seating policy at double sets may apply.
Due to varying seating capacities at each location all seating is first come, first served.