Zankel Hall (at Carnegie Hall)
Time Out says
Posted: Tue May 4 2010
Spunky upstart Zankel Hall has generated its fair share of buzz since opening in 2003, offering an eclectic mix of classical, contemporary, jazz, pop and world music. The acoustics are favorable, which makes up for the rumble of the N/Q/R occasionally coursing by.
Zankel Hall (at Carnegie Hall) 154 W 57th St
What's on at Zankel Hall (at Carnegie Hall)
Post-classical, Noise, Drone & Ambient
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