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"Premier Concert Venue"

Since the Isaac Stern Auditorium/Ronald O. Perelman Stage opened its doors in 1891, it has been a sought-after performing arts venue in New York. The elegant and well-planned design, with its characteristic curved plan, was the idea and effort of William Burnett Tuthill, an architect and cellist. Its interiors boast of a palatial grandeur with deep red plush seats against pale pastel walls and no matter where you are seated, an impeccable view of the stage is guaranteed. The five-layered seating can accommodate up to 2,804 patrons, thus making it an ideal venue for major concerts, lectures, seminars and much more.
West 57th Street, Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, United States, 10019
"Premier Concert Venue"
Since the Isaac Stern Auditorium/Ronald O. Perelman Stage opened its doors in 1891, it has been a sought-after performing arts venue in New York. The elegant and well-planned design, with its characteristic curved plan, was the idea and effort of William Burnett Tuthill, an architect and cellist. Its interiors boast of a palatial grandeur with deep red plush seats against pale pastel walls and no matter where you are seated, an impeccable view of the stage is guaranteed. The five-layered seating can accommodate up to 2,804 patrons, thus making it an ideal venue for major concerts, lectures, seminars and much more.
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