This November the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center will be marking its tenth anniversary as a public gathering space and home to free, eclectic live performances. Over the past decade, the Atrium has hosted performances by established and emerging artists from 98 countries, commissioned 45 original art projects, and welcomed over 3 and a half million visitors to its space.

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> HELLO, AND WELCOME TO THIS WEEK AT LINCOLN CENTER.

THIS THEATER OVERFLOWING WITH THE BEST OF MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, DRAMA AND FILM FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

IT IS TRULY THE INTERNATIONAL CROSSROADS OF ARTS AND CULTURE.

THIS WEEKEND MARKING THE 10th ANNIVERSARY.

FOR THE PAST DECADE THE ATRIUM HAS HOSTED PERFORMANCES BY ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING ARTISTS FROM 98 COUNTRIES, COMMISSIONED 45 ORIGINAL ART PROJECTS AND WELCOMING OVER THREE AND A HALF MILLION NEW YORKERS AND VISITORS TO ITS STAYS.

FOR ITS OFFERINGS YOU CAN VISIT LINKCENTER.ORG/ATRIUM.

AND FOR MORE YOU CAN VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT LINCOLNCENTER.ORG.

> NEXT WEEK ON NYC-ARTS A CONVERSATION WITH GLENN LOWRY DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, ABOUT THE VISIONARY EXPANSION AND RENOVATION OF ITS CAMPUS.

THIS PROJECT HAD THREE BIG GOALS TO PROVIDE MORE SPACE AND SHOW MORE OF THE COLLECTION, BUT TO SHOW IT DIFFERENTLY.

TO CREATE A MUCH MORE WELCOMING STOOUGS.

INSTITUTION.

TO MAKE THIS A MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE PLACE TO NAVIGATE AND THE OTHER WAS TO CONNECT THE MUSIC MUSEUM TO ITS PLACE IN MIDTOWN NEW YORK.

AND A VISIT TO THE NEVELSON CHAPEL.

> SHE WAS THE GRANDMOTHER OF MODERN AMERICA IN AMERICA.

THANKS FOR JOINING US THIS EVENING.

GOOD NIGHT AND SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

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