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Festival newcomers join veterans in celebration of Mozart’s musical influence during the concluding week of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.

Keep up to date on all the action happening during the third week of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center Out of Doors has its final week of free public programming and stimulating visuals and sounds are at the forefront.

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.

The 2011 Lincoln Center Festival opened last week with a splash, and SundayArts' Susan Yung took in some of the hotly-anticipated performances.

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.

In this edition of SundayArts: a visit to the School of American Ballet, a preview of Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing, and the latest SundayArts News.

When George Balanchine said, "I don't want people who want to dance; I want people who have to dance” he was speaking about members of the New York City Ballet. To join their ranks takes unbelievable amounts of commitment, perseverance, and training. And, for most of these dancers, the training begins at the School of American Ballet.

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.

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