Arts & Culture

The Big Jewcy: Bill Bragin, Director of Public Programming at Lincoln Center

Bill is one of the most influential presenters of music in the U.S., and by music we mean everything – rock, hip-hop, jazz, country, electronic, Americana, Brazilian, Latin, African and Asian, and jams from every other continent save from maybe … Read More

By / June 15, 2010

Bill is one of the most influential presenters of music in the U.S., and by music we mean everything – rock, hip-hop, jazz, country, electronic, Americana, Brazilian, Latin, African and Asian, and jams from every other continent save from maybe Antarctica.  As former Director of Joe’s Pub, The Village Voice called him the "best excuse to let a single venue dictate your taste," a fitting description in that Bill possess both the vision and production know-how to curate performances as if he’s scrolling through your coolest friend’s iPod.  Genres, disciplines, and geographical borders disappear like poof – magic!  Bill is currently the Director of Public Programming for Lincoln Center and when the smartest people in the world (ahem TED) need a consultant he’s on speed dial.  

He’s also a kick ass DJ