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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

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ADDITIONAL INFO

David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center is part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts complex.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Year opened: 1962

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David Geffen Hall is a concert hall located inside the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts complex on Manhattan's Upper West Side, New York City. The venue was opened in 1962 and has a seating capacity of 2,738. It is the home of the New York Philharmonic, and is used for many different events, including concerts and orchestral events, to ceremonies and other special events. It has also been used to record music albums.

Upcoming Highlights

  • New York Philharmonic - Dvorak's Violin Concerto

    Booking until May 27

  • New York Philharmonic - Alan Gilbert conducts Season Finale

    Opens Jun 08

  • Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

    Opens Jul 29

  • New York Philharmonic - Star Wars: A New Hope

    Opens Sep 15

  • New York Philharmonic - Opening Gala Mahler's Fifth Symphony

    Sep 19, 2017

New York Philharmonic - Dvorak's Violin Concerto

Until May 27, 2017

New York Philharmonic welcomes virtuoso violinist Augustin Hadelich to perfom Dvorak's mesmerising Violin Concerto, in a stunning triple program that also features the composer's rousing Slavonic Dances, before rounding off the proceedings with Janacek's haunting Taras Bulba, which was inspired in part by the huge death toll of World War I. An apt program for the Memorial Day Weekend, the concerts will be conducted by guest maestro Jakub Hrusa of the Bamberg Symphony, who also frequently works with Czech Philharmonic and okyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.

New York Philharmonic - Alan Gilbert conducts Season Finale

June 8-10, 2017

Join the New York Philharmonic for its triumphant season finale, and the final concert of conductor and musical director Alan Gilbert. In what is promised to be a truly international engagement, we will be treated to performances from musicians from Australia, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Mexico, South Africa, South Korea, Venezuela, the United Kingdom, and of course, the United States! Amongst the special guests include Yo-Yo Ma, Edward Perez, Carter Brey, Wynton Marsalis and Shane Shanahan. for an out of this world evening headlined by Strauss's seminal Also sprach Zarathustra, forever enshrined in the public conscious after it became the theme of Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi epic, 2001: A Space Odessey. First performed in 1896, the magnificent drama of the piece leads to a crashing crescendo that will leave you with goosebumps, no matter how many times you experience it.

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

July 29-August 19, 2017

Back for another summer of fun, New York's eclectic orchestra returns for the 2017 Mostly Mozart Festival. Led by Renee and Robert Belfer, this year we can expect a whole host of musical stars to join the festivities, including pianist Jeremy Denk, maestro Edward Gardner, drummers So Percussion, piano virtuosos Kirill Gerstein and Beatrice Rana, and of course violin stars Joshua Bell and Steven Isserlis. Celebrate the world's most famous composer across the summer with a truly exhuberant program of concerts!

New York Philharmonic - Star Wars: A New Hope

September 15-16, 2017

The New York Phil play John Williams' iconic score live to a screening of the movie. Released in 1977, this is the one that began it all. A small scale sci-fi movie, lead by a relatively unknown cast, it introduced us all the Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie and the menacing Darth Vader, and helped to kick off the blockbuster era as we know it.

New York Philharmonic - Opening Gala Mahler's Fifth Symphony

September 19, 2017

Join the New York Philharmonic once again for its opening concert for the 2017/18, as Dutch-born conductor and violin virtuoso Jaap van Zweden takes up the maestro baton, taking over from Alan Gilbert as the new Musical Director Designate. The focus of the evening is Symphony No. 5 by Gustav Mahler, which notably shares various similarities with Beethoven's Fifth. Covering a huge scope in sound and imagination; it was inspired by his close brush with death, and finding the love of his life, Alma Schindler.

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