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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Avery Fisher Hall - 1 Reviews - 165 W 65th St (at Broadway), New York, NY - Other Reviews - Phone (212) 875-5030

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Avery Fisher Hall

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165 W 65th St (at Broadway)
New York, NY 10023
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(212) 875-5030
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Avery Fisher Hall - New York, NY
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Home of the New York City Film Festival this theater located in Lincoln Center is marvelous. The seats are plush and very comfortable. The selection of films runs to the eclectic...

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Quirky Films 7/8/2005

Home of the New York City Film Festival this theater located in Lincoln Center is marvelous. The seats are plush and very comfortable. The selection of films runs to the eclectic but this is one of the few places in town where you will find non Hollywood fare. Take the time to walk around Center before the movie and you will feel culturally uplifted. A definite must go to place if you love film and film history. more
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Editorial

  • Sounds Good
    The initial 1962 bread box-like design lacked many features that are used to aid sound projection in older concert halls. Renovations have remedied that defect, especially the addition of irregular wood-and-glass baffles above the stage to iron out acoustic dead spots. (Complimentary cough drops further cut down on audience noise.) The Hall plays home to the Great Performers at Lincoln Center series, the American Symphony Orchestra, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the big summer multidisciplinary event, the Lincoln Center Festival.

    More than Music
    The Bruno Walter Gallery, located on the orchestra level, features exhibits that chronicle the rich history of the Philharmonic along with works currently featured in the repertory. Also, Rodin's bust of composer/former Philharmonic Music Director Gustav Mahler might be the best piece of public art at Lincoln Center.

  • 3/14/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Telecharge ticketing is available 24 hours a day.
  • Neighborhoods:

    Lincoln Square, Midtown