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This Week at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center Festival presents "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion." Amon Miyamoto directs this Japanese tale in its US premiere. Adapted from the Japanese novel by Yukio Mishima, this story of the darker side of beauty roots itself in the true events surrounding the 1950 burning of a national monument in Kyoto.

Led by Austrian Music Director Franz Welser-Möst, the Cleveland Orchestra will undertake four different pieces by 19th Century minimalist composer Anton Bruckner in under a week as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.

Almost 30 years after his La Tragédie de Carmen riveted audiences at the Vivian Beaumont Theater, director Peter Brook returns to Lincoln Center with a vivacious new interpretation of Die Zauberflöte. This intimate adaptation strips the work's usual ornamentation to reveal the impish, effervescent heart of Mozart's masterpiece.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts presents Midsummer Night Swing. New York’s outdoor dance party begins its 23rd season of hip-shaking shows with the Jonathan Stout Orchestra.

Alan Gilbert conducts The New York Philharmonic in "The Cunning Little Vixen," Czech composer Leoš Janácek's 1923 opera based on a comic strip, which follows a young vixen’s capture by a forester and her eventual escape.

The Juilliard School presents a special performance of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

New York City Ballet presents the "Dancers' Choice" program, created by choreographer Peter Martins, and produced by the dancers for the dancers.

Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter gives the final performances of her extended residency with the New York Philharmonic.

The New York City Ballet presents a tribute to Broadway, including George Balanchine's "Slaughter on 10th Ave," Susan Stroman's "For the Love of Duke," and more.

Lincoln Center Theater presents "A Minister's Wife," adapted by Austin Pendleton from George Bernard Shaw's play "Candida," a new chamber musical conceived and directed by Michael Halbertstam.

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