Calling All Alices: On Feb. 28, Lincoln Center Gives Free Tickets for Concerts at Tully to Anyone Named Alice

Classic Arts News   Calling All Alices: On Feb. 28, Lincoln Center Gives Free Tickets for Concerts at Tully to Anyone Named Alice
 
The redevelopment of Lincoln Center is continuing apace, with Alice Tully Hall set to close on April 30 for 18 months of renovations. And Lincoln Center, Inc. is presenting a number of special events in honor of the venue.

The first comes on Wednesday morning, February 28: Calling All Alices. Anyone named "Alice" (or a variation thereof) is invited to come to Alice Tully Hall from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. for the chance to receive a free pair of tickets to a Lincoln Center-presented event of her (or his, if applicable!) choice taking place in the Hall during the month of April — 100 pairs of such tickets will be available.

In addition, all Alices, and anyone stating that he/she is a "friend of Alice," can enter a raffle that day to win a pair of tickets to attend the "Good Night Alice" gala concert on Monday, April 30. The final concert before the renovation, "Good Night Alice" will feature performances by Audra McDonald, Wynton Marsalis, Laurie Anderson, Philip Glass, conductor David Robertson, and other luminaries, plus the Chamber Music Society and Film Society of Lincoln Center, with Tom Brokaw as host. (The event will be televised nationally on May 3 as a PBS special.) Five pairs of tickets are being raffled, with each ticket valued at $500.

Details and rules for the ticket giveaway and raffle are at www.LincolnCenter.org/callingallalices.


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