Angel Blue Highlights Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages

By Francisco Salazar

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has announced the official public opening of Restart Stages, a new outdoor performing arts center constructed on the Lincoln Center campus.

The new initiative will welcome back audiences to reimagined community spaces and new outdoor venues and will feature Pop-Up performances in music, dance, drama, and more. For this article, we will only focus on vocal and opera performances but the concerts will include some of the world’s greatest musicians.

The Chamber Music Society will present a program that includes music by Gershwin, Adolphe, and Dvořák. The Restart Stage will be located at Damrosch Park and will feature a new song cycle by Bruce Adolphe, composed for soprano Angel Blue.

Performance Date: May 15, 2021

Juilliard NOW: Open House will feature a program of opera arias, scenes, and song repertoire presented by students from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts. It will also include a performance by the Ulysses Quartet, which serves as Juilliard’s graduate resident string quartet and whose members are Lisa Arnhold Fellows. The concert will be presented at the Club at Hearst Plaza

Performance Date: May 26, 2021