Avery Fisher Hall

★★★★★
  • 140 West 65th Street

    New York, NY 10023

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  • 212-875-5030

About Avery Fisher Hall

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  • Live Theaters

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
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I sat in one of the side tiers and the view was SPECTACULAR!!! It was probably better than it would have been if I were in one of the floor seats. The sound was amazing as well. Beautiful venue.

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I sat in one of the side tiers and the view was SPECTACULAR!!! It was probably better than it would have been if I were in one of the floor seats. The sound was amazing as well. Beautiful venue.

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Avery Fisher Hall is part of the famous Lincoln Center, and is one of several music theaters there. With its gilded walls, plush red seats, beautiful design and grand ceiling, the place can turn any music, dance or spoken word act into a magical experience.

This is one of the old places that were built with the acoustics in mind, so the sound there is absolutely perfect, on par with Carnegie Hall. Even without amplification, the sound carries through the specially designed space. The walls themselves work as amplifiers.

People who work there are always polite and interested, since most of them are volunteers who are working there out of love of music.

The place can be understandably pricey, being part of the upscale and expensive Lincoln Center. Prices usually hover in mid- to high range, depending on the act. I don't remember ever paying less than $30 to go there. They do, however, offer considerable special deals for seniors and students.

PROS: Discounts for seniours and students, perfect acoustics, great staff
CONS: Expensive

5
★★★★★

Avery Fisher Hall is part of the famous Lincoln Center, and is one of several music theaters there. With its gilded walls, plush red seats, beautiful design and grand ceiling, the place can turn any music, dance or spoken word act into a magical experience.

This is one of the old places that were built with the acoustics in mind, so the sound there is absolutely perfect, on par with Carnegie Hall. Even without amplification, the sound carries through the specially designed space. The walls themselves work as amplifiers.

People who work there are always polite and interested, since most of them are volunteers who are working there out of love of music.

The place can be understandably pricey, being part of the upscale and expensive Lincoln Center. Prices usually hover in mid- to high range, depending on the act. I don't remember ever paying less than $30 to go there. They do, however, offer considerable special deals for seniors and students.

PROS: Discounts for seniours and students, perfect acoustics, great staff
CONS: Expensive

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