Classical selections, dance, opera, jazz and other music from New York's Lincoln Center. Winner of numerous Emmys and two Peabody Awards, it's one of TV's most durable cultural showcases. In 1976, the year of its debut, it featured the first live telecasts of a full-length ballet and a subtitled opera; and since has included numerous performances by the New York Philharmonic and such greats as Renee Fleming, James Galway, Wynton Marsalis, Luciano Pavarotti, Itzhak Perlman and Beverly Sills.
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