People tend to check in during these times:
Lincoln Center is the world’s leading performing arts center.
The additional men's restrooms are one floor up.
What's good here? The greatest music in the world! Also extremely attentive customer service.
Home of New York Philharmonic and lots of Lincoln center performance. The program performed here are audience focused and well designed to educate. Down to earth design for a pure taste of music.
I'm in the Christmas spirit now!
nice tix if you can get 'em
Ask for Siobhan at the door😉
Danny Elfman concert!!! 7/8
Don't sit in row QQ if you are short. Hard to see over row in front
This is a gorgeous part of NY, each time I come there's something new and exciting to hear!! Bar staff had not poured the inverval drink so would have been quicker to buy at the interval.
Violinist Itzhak Perlman & pianist Rohan De Silva playing Vivaldi's Sonata for violin & continuo, Schumann's Fantasiestücke, Beethovan's sonata for violin & piano no7, & Ravel's Sonata in G Major
Get there early if you're seeing a show! Beautiful theaters.
DCINY's Messiah Refreshed - Sir E. Goossens's Orchestration with Jonathan Griffith Conducting, a great way to start the season.
Alan Gilbert conducting NY philharmonic w/ pianist Yefmin Bronfman playing Bartók's piano concerto no 3, BB 127. Also, Bruckner's symphony no 8 in C minor
A real piece of history here. Not many bad seats ... stay away from first few orchestra rows and you'll be fine. Check out the plaza.
Frankly, the NY Phil deserves a better home. Make it happen, Alan Gilbert!
It is beautiful day and our faces are shining.
Handel's Messiah was excellent!
There's free halls lozenges in the bathroom. No coughing!
We saw open seats at a concert that looked completely sold out
If you like classical music, you must experience a NY Philharmonic concert at Avery Fisher Hall!
Experience it! The NY Philharmonic!
Don't clap between movements!
Don't come here after a few drinks and too much sun. You will pass the f@ck out!
Yesterday, I was here to deliver the Commencement address for the New York Law School Class of 2013: http://bit.ly/12LZrJR
New York Philharmonic # Principal Flute, Robert Langevin # Second Flute, Yoobin Son
Designed by Max Abramovitz, the hall opened in 1962 as Philharmonic Hall, as the new home concert venue of the New York Philharmonic, after the orchestra moved from Carnegie Hall.
Best seats are 2nd and 3rd tier about 1/3 to 1/2 of the way back from the Orchestra stage.
Students have a great discount to same day tickets. Show your ID and you are all set - $ 13.50 plus Facility Fee "Student Rush"
Avery Fisher Hall is located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza. Amazing acoustics. Catch the NY Philharmonic or another live performance w/killer acoustics.
SUMMER 2012: The Kravis Prize Concert: Yo-Yo Ma Plays Dutilleux (JUNE 26) -- The inaugural honoree of the Marie-Josée Kravis Prize for New Music is French composer Henri Dutilleux.
Free admission to rehearsals if you have a friend with membership :)
Use your student ID to get inexpensive tickets.
12$ rush tickets with a student ID online. that or 90$ for good seats...DO IT!
From the Archives: On September 18, 1973, Philharmonic Hall was renamed Avery Fisher Hall in honor of a generous donation made by Avery Fisher.
Stop walking in late with your high heels!
I urge you not to drink anything up to two hours before a concert. Restroom lines at intermission are incredible.
Upper Tier restrooms: on T2 2 ladies rooms on left side of boxes (facing the stage), another on rt side and 1 men's room (signs on the left direct men down 1 level). T3 ladies' on left, men's on rt.
Get 50% off on a pair of opera glasses at http://www.FineOperaGlasses.com by using coupon code: foursquare7. Sweet deal compared to the gift shop.
Check for the schedule of open rehearsals. $20 tickets only for an morning show. And you can get a great spot to sit as well.
Get front row seats if you're interested in conducting, want to hear inner string parts, or just want to enjoy the music with legroom. More than the bulkhead on a plane.
Go to le pain quotidien across the street for a good cheap eat before the show
Leave your cameras at home, or leave them at coat-check for $1.
If you can, go see a rehearsal performance on most Thursday mornings throughout the season for only $18!
Out of all the halls, this one could use updating the most. Great music, though.
The pre-concert talk is definitely worth it.