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Home to the New York Philharmonic, this space was renamed after David Geffen, who donated a large sum of money to have the hall renovated in 2015. It is a part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. One of the premier concert halls in the city, it has more than 2000 seats and two restaurants in the lobby. Although it is the primary home of the Philharmonic, concerts range from pop to chamber music.
The library houses a tremendous collection of historic recordings, videotapes, autographed manuscripts, correspondence, sheet music, stage designs, press clippings, programs and theatrical posters. If you are interested in the performing arts, this is one place that can't be missed. Find all types of interesting people and learn from all the artifacts and collection available here at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
The Merkin Concert Hall is situated in the Kaufman Center, an organization committed to the arts. You can catch anything from classical performances to Broadway revues. The venue features family matinees that are original musicals performed by the resident troupe of players. Students receive hefty discounts to many performances.
The Kaufman Center comprises of three music venues; Merkin Concert Hall, Lucy Moses School and the Special Music School where music of various genres are taught. The manifestation of education and theory is the center's main objective, thus, they frequently hold shows where the students get to perform and stun the crowd with awe. The Special Music School is an excellent place to develop your musical side as well as develop artistic qualities. To learn more about this venue, do visit their website.
LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts Concert Hall is a 1,150-seat venue that holds professionally produced events. The LaGuardia students are provided with knowledge of technical aesthetics of theater, along with the finer basics of theatrical performances. The LaGuardia Concert Hall is an upscale facility that brings out the best of operas, dramas and all kinds of events on stage.
Housed in the New York Society for Ethical Culture, the Concert Hall presents an apt venue for musical events. Renovated in 2003 the hall has a seating capacity of 812 guests. Also the new and improved hall has brilliant acoustics and a Steinway B Grand Piano along with Rogers digital organ. The minimalist interiors comprising of ample wood and sufficient lighting gives the venue a welcoming and engaging look, for a grand musical fare.
Located between Central Park and Amsterdam Avenue this district has many landmarks which are historical and are preserved by the state. Residential buildings, churches and museums which are in this area are historical in nature. The architecture depicted by these buildings is different in terms of style and structure as it is of a different era. There are more than 40 residential buildings in this area which are luxurious and depict a classic architectural style which are all protected by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.