10 Lincoln Center Plz., New York, NY, 10023
nr. 65th St.
By mollysgaga on 3/29/2013
" the boxlike hall possesses acoustics befitting the home of the famed Philharmonic, the Great Performer series, and the Lincoln Center and Mostly Mozart festivals" Surely you jest. Built wide and low, Avery Fisher is well known as an example of how not to design a hall for classical music. The acoustics were rescued a bit by Manfred Schroeder using Cauchy series based dampers, but they are still not very good.
A sexy, scantily-clad, and sometimes acrobatic retelling of the classic ballet, by Austin McCormick's intoxicating Company XIV. In a downtown theater with performers sometimes literally hanging from the rafters, this isn't your Lincoln Center version. More »