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  • Reynold Levy has been the President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts since March 1, 2002. Levy’s leadership at Lincoln Center continues a distinguished career of public service. He has been President of the International Rescue Committee, the senior officer of AT&T in charge of government relations, President of the AT&T Foundation, Executive Director of the 92nd Street Y, and Staff Director of the Task Force on the New York City Fiscal Crisis. During his tenure, Lincoln Center’s award winning and critically acclaimed programs flourished, even as its unprecedented and much applauded physical transformation modernized and expanded successfully its artistic facilities, its public spaces and its physical infrastructure. To help accomplish these ends, Lincoln Center’s Board of Directors was enlarged and strengthened, the historic $1.2 billion capital campaign is now complete and annual fundraising has grown at an 8% compounded annual rate for the better part of a decade. As a consequence, Lincoln Center is now enjoyed by hundreds of thousands more New Yorkers and visitors from around the country and around the world. Its 16-acre campus has become a must-see destination. And, its admired presentation program has never offered more world and American premieres, nor attracted more widely known ensembles and distinguished companies, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Mariinsky Ballet, the London Symphony, the Mark Morris Dance Company, the Paris Opera Ballet, Heisei Nakamura-za and Theatre du Soleil, to cite but a few. Wikipedia

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