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Alice Tully Hall

1941 Broadway
New York City, NY 10023
212.875.5050
http://www.lincolncenter.org


 

Avery Fisher Hall

132 West 65th Street
New York City, NY 10023
212.875.5030
http://www.lincolncenter.org

Home of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Lorin Maazel became the music director in late 2002 and has continued to lead this renowned ensemble in their acclaimed performance and recording of both classics and lesser known, more "modern" works. Since 1917, the Philharmonic has created over 2,000 recordings and given over 13,500 concerts. This hall is also host to a wealth of other internationally acclaimed performers.


 

Frederick P. Rose Hall

33 West 60th Street
New York City, NY 10023
212.258.9800
http://www.jalc.org

This is New York's newest addition to the performing arts scene. The first name in world-class jazz, this snazzy performance venue is located on an upper atrium of the Time Warner Center with views of the city for inspiration. Their program of events is under the supervision of Artistic Director and famed musician Wynton Marsalis. Although not in the main Lincoln Center complex, it stills fall under the moniker of "Jazz at Lincoln Center."


 

Juilliard

60 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York City, NY 10023
212.799.5000
http://www.juilliard.edu

Considered among the top conservatories in the world, this school has been training classical musicians for over one hundred years. They also offer a full roster of public performances, featuring their own students and international solo guests.


 

Metropolitan Opera House

Lincoln Center
New York City, NY 10023
212.362.6000
http://www.metopera.org

One of the most esteemed opera venues in the world, the Met has been graced with the finest names in opera, including all three tenors. The colossal stage is equipped to dump over 3,000 gallons of water should the scene require some precipitation. The halls are graced by massive murals by Chagall.


 

Vivian Beaumont Theater

150 West 65th Street
New York City, NY 10023
212.368.0088
http://www.newyorkcitytheatre.com/theaters/vivianbeaumonttheater/theater.html

It's easy to overlook this small building at the back of the Lincoln Center complex. Nonetheless, it's as treasured a resource for live events as you will find anywhere. The Vivian Beaumont is dedicated to classic stage performance. One of their recent productions was a revival of the 1942 comedy, "The Rivals." There is also a small 299-seat theater called the Mitzi Newhouse Theater, which similarly showcases interesting, somewhat innovative pieces.


 

Walter Reade Theater

165 West 65th Street
New York City, NY 10023
212.875.5600
http://http://www.filmlinc.com/wrt/wrt.html

Once upon a time, Manhattan was filled with old movie theaters dedicated to showing golden oldies and obscure foreign films. Then came the video age and, whoosh, theaters were turned into nightclubs and popcorn was suddenly microwavable. A tribute to things past, the Film Society of Lincoln Center honors the age-old tradition of screening classic, international and independent films. The roster is ever-changing, but the fact remains the same: Here you will see movies you'd never have the opportunity to see anywhere else.

 

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