This handsome, comfortable 2,700-seat hall is the headquarters of the New York Philharmonic, the country’s oldest symphony orchestra (founded in 1842) and one of its finest. Depending on whom you ask, the sound ranges from good to atrocious. On four Saturdays each year, the New York Philharmonic presents classical music concerts geared toward children ages 6 to 12.
Avery Fisher Hall (at Lincoln Center)
|Venue name:||Avery Fisher Hall (at Lincoln Center)||Contact:|
132 W 65th St
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|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr|
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New York Philharmonic
Sakari Oramo is the guest conductor for the Feb 26 performance by the Phil, in which Brahms's Symphony No. 2 is paired with Sibelius's the Oceanides and Violin Concerto (in which Frank Peter Zimmermann is the soloist). The same artists present the program...Sat February 28th 2015 - Sat February 28th 2015Read more132 W 65th St New York New York
Harry Connick Jr.
Harry Connick Jr.—child prodigy, Broadway star, American Idol judge, alien-fighting Air Force pilot (in Independence Day at least)—what can't he do? Hear the hunky jazz crooner work through a selection of standards and show tunes at this upscale gig.Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Sat March 7th 2015 - Sat March 7th 2015 FreeRead more132 W 65th St New York New York
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Cinderella and the Prince Who Slays the Magic Dragon
The Little Orchestra Society stages an enchanting production complete with a 20-foot dragon, a 15-foot fairy godmother, dancers and puppeteers. The play, set to music, melds together several cultural variations of the classic Cinderella tale. Ages 5 and...Sat April 18th 2015 - Sat April 18th 2015 FreeRead more132 W 65th St New York New York
Super Sonic Music BoxSat May 9th 2015 - Sat May 9th 2015Read more132 W 65th St New York New York