Lincoln Center Announces its Fall/Winter 2023 Programming

By Afton Wooten

Photo credit: Guggenheim Museum

Lincoln Center’s Fall/Winter programming has been announced.

The lineup includes a variety of contemporary and classical works, as well as a series of new collaborations. This article will feature vocal events only.

Tenor and drag queen Jasmine Rice LaBeija stars in “보바 Gays Take Lincoln Center!” Korean-American comedians Alex Kim and Kenny Park Yi join LaBejia for an “an all-Asian, all-queer comedy/variety show.”

Performance Date: September 9, 2023

In “See Me As I Am: Terence Blanchard” Lincoln Center’s year-long celebration of the famed composer, the Turtle Island Quartet performs New York premieres of works written by Blanchard, MacArthur Genius fellow Rhiannon Giddens, and New Music USA composer-in-residence and Joyce Award winner Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate.”

Performance Date: October 27, 2023

Henry Purcell’s opera “The Fairy Queen” is performed by Les Arts Florissants.

Performance Date: November 2, 2023

Walter Aparicio, Raquel Acevedo Klein and Pauchi Sasaki will headline “FUTUROS, New Ideas in Composition,” a program that spotlights Latine voices.

Performance Date: November 16, 2023

Mexican operatic tenor Rolando Villazón presents “Serenata Latina” with harpist Xavier de Maistre. The program, which is presented in collaboration with The Metropolitan Opera, features work from the duo’s 2020 album by the same title.

Performance Date: December 18, 2023