David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center tickets give you access to some of the country’s best performing arts. The venue is one of the first buildings constructed at the Lincoln Center in Manhattan, New York. It opened in 1962. It was originally called the Philharmonic Hall. It is home to the New York Philharmonic, one of the oldest symphony orchestras still in existence in the United States. The hall is located on the north side of Josie Roberts Plaza. It faces the famous Lincoln Center’s Revson Fountain. The venue has a spacious box office lobby. It features some artwork like Rodin’s bust of Gustav Mahler and Dimitri Hadzi’s sculpture The Hunt. There are also amazing views of the Lincoln Center campus. David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center tickets can be purchased for an assortment of concerts.
In 1973, the hall was renamed to the Avery Fisher Hall after famed philanthropist Avery Fisher donated $10.5 million to the orchestra. The naming rights for the theatre expired in 2014 and was renamed to David Geffen Hall after the film and music executive donated $100 million to the Lincoln Center organization.
There have been many attempts to modernize the David Geffen Hall due to a lack of intimacy in the cavernous auditorium. People have also complained about issues with the acoustics. There have been several talks about moving the seating area closer to the stage, as well as, repositioning other seating sections. However, renovations have not been confirmed yet.
However, nothing has stopped the venue from hosting notable performers like Kayne West, Yo-Yo Ma and Stephen Colbert. The Mostly Mozart music festival also takes place annually at the hall. The venue has even premiered movies like Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse” in 2011.
The venue has an audience capacity of 2,738. This number may decrease with renovations. The hall is sectioned into orchestra seating, boxes and three upper balcony areas. Braille and large print programs are available for most performances.
Buying tickets is easy when you purchase them through TicketSmarter. We have built an accessible and interactive events calendar. It will show you all the available concerts and live events. Some performances may include The London Symphony Orchestra, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra.
The venue presents “The Scarlet Pimpernel” each year as part of its Broadway series. This show features over 200 singers from across the United States. It has amazing sets by the New York City Chamber Orchestra. The venue has also done a production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” The David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center offers a variety of performances to suit all of your desires. There are even opportunities to get dressed to the nines for galas hosted at the venue.
Ticket prices will fluctuate depending on the event and where your seats are located. On average, the cost to attend a live event at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center is $291.26. Seats located in the back of the venue are always the cheapest option and can cost as low as $117.00 a ticket. Premium seating with unobstructed views of the event can go for as high as $666.00 for a seat near the action.
David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center has 40 exciting live events scheduled.
New York Philharmonic: Jaap van Zweden - Bach's St. Matthew Passion and New York Philharmonic: Jaap van Zweden - From Water to Desert are scheduled to come to the David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center.
The David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center doors usually open 45 minutes before the event on March 24th, 2023 at 8:00pm. Guests should arrive at the venue 30 - 60 minutes early to find parking near the venue.
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