Lincoln Center president Reynold Levy '66 was quoted in the New York Times story “Picking Up the Pieces After the Philharmonic Deal's Collapse” from the Oct. 9 issue. The article focused on the struggle of the Lincoln Center to figure out how to continue its 41-year-old relationship with the New York Philharmonic.
“It's going to take a while for us to resume conversations and establish a renewed working relationship,” said Levy. “One that will entail both operating discussions and capital planning discussions. We really need to reassess.”
The Times had another story about the situation, titled “No Easy Homecoming for the Philharmonic” in the Oct. 14 issue.