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        History of Lincoln Center: the 1980s

        • July 1, 1980
          The Lincoln Center Theater Company becomes a constituent.
        • June 1, 1981
          Martin E. Segal is elected Chairman of the Board of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. He serves in this position until June 2, 1986.
        • September 7, 1982
          The New York State Theater re-opens after an acoustical reconstruction. The architects for the reconstruction are Philip Johnson and John Burgee of Johnson/Burgee; the acoustician is Dr. Cyril Harris.
        • March 1, 1983
          Glenn W. Ferguson is named the fifth President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. He serves in this position until January 15, 1984.
        • March 12, 1984
          Nathan Leventhal is named the sixth President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. He serves in this position until December 31, 2000.
        • June 2, 1986
          George Weissman is elected Chairman of the Board of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. He serves in this position until June 13, 1994.
        • June 23, 1986
          The Martin E. Segal Award for Young Performers is established.
        • May 4, 1987
          The School of American Ballet becomes a constituent.
        • August 3, 1987
          Classical Jazz, Lincoln Center's first concert series devoted exclusively to jazz, begins in Alice Tully Hall.
        • July 7, 1989
          Midsummer Night Swing begins as a celebration of Lincoln Center's 30th Anniversary

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