Lincoln Center - Alice Tully Hall

1941 Broadway

After a stunning $59 million renovation, the 80,000-square-foot Alice Tully Hall, the home of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, reopened in February 2009. Alice Tully Hall is located at the northwest corner of 65th Street and Broadway and ... more

After a stunning $59 million renovation, the 80,000-square-foot Alice Tully Hall, the home of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, reopened in February 2009. Alice Tully Hall is located at the northwest corner of 65th Street and Broadway and also features the charming at65 Cafe.

Named after a former opera singer and vocal recitalist who agreed to help finance a chamber music hall on condition that it have exemplary acoustics and comfort, the Chamber Music Society's inaugural concert on September 11, 1969 marked the opening of its home, Alice Tully Hall.

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Lincoln Center - Alice Tully Hall is located in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan. The home of diverse cultural attractions, the Upper West side is sandwiched between Riverside Park to the west and Central Park to the east. Both parks are excellent leisurely green spaces to spend a day. Central Park is especially notable, as it is New York’s "flagship" park. With over 843 acres of land, it is home to 275 species of birds. It’s quite easy to spend an entire day there too, as the park has several restaurants on its perimeter, a Boathouse, a Carousel, ball fields, a running track, reservoir, sculptures of Alice in Wonderland and Shakespeare, and a nearly endless list of events and other attractions.

In addition to being the most densely populated area of the United States, the Upper West Side is the home of several academic institutions and a litany of famous people too numerous to list here. The American Museum of Natural History is among the most notable museum in the neighborhood. This world-famous museum is comprised of several different Halls, each dedicated to a particular theme. The museum's exhibition-halls house a stunning array of artifacts and specimens from all corners of the world and all historical periods including some magnificent dinosaur fossils. Other nearby cultural institutions worth checking out include the New York Historical Society, and the new Rose Center for Earth and Space which houses the Hayden Planetarium; the most technologically advanced Space Theater in existence.

The Upper West Side also contains some of the greatest venues to hear classical music. There is the Metropolitan Opera House —one of the world’s leading opera companies since its opening in 1883—as well asAvery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall and the renowned New York City Opera. Additionally both The Julliard School and Fordham University grace the area.

You’re bound to get hungry while visiting the neighborhood, but fear not -there are plenty of famous places to nosh or grab some classic New York smoked salmon in the Upper West Side. There’s Zabar’s—a heavenly deli if there ever was one; Fairway Market which has a huge, gourmet selection of just about everything; Citarella, with fresh fish and much more; and Murray’s Sturgeon Shop—just to name a few. If you're looking for a more substantial meal, head to Prohibition, an upscale restaurant and bar. The interior, which invokes the glamour and romance of the Prohibition-Era style of the twenties and early thirties, helps create terrific ambience. All of this has made Prohibition a mainstay on the Upper West Side. There's also the takeout booth at Carmine's. Carmine's simple and very popular concept is to serve every meal in the style of an Italian American wedding feast - which means large portions of homestyle antipasti, pastas, seafood and meat entrees served on large platters designed for sharing. And when we say large, we mean large; an entree here could easily feed three to four average eaters. After your weekend mid-day meal, take a walk back through Riverside Park or stroll down Riverside Drive and admire the impressive monuments, grand apartment buildings, and views of the Hudson River, all while burning off a few calories of course.

Given the number of attractions and cultural institutions in the neighborhood, the Upper West Side is an ideal location to spend your stay in New York. The charming Excelsior Hotel is located right near the Museum of Natural History and Central Park. Meanwhile, the cozy and reasonably priced Belnord Hotel is another conveniently located option for the budget conscious traveler, as is the Comfort Inn Central Park West.

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1941 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
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Monday - Saturday: 11am-6pm
Sunday: noon-6pm
Also open until 30 minutes after the start of all performances.

Phone number: (212) 875-5050

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9th Annual Dance Against Cancer Benefit

Dance Against Cancer producers Erin Fogarty and Daniel Ulbricht have partnered with the American Cancer Society to present the ninth annual fundraising event on Monday, April 22, 2019. The gala benefit brings together artists from leading dance companies from New York City and beyond for a night of ... [ + ]performances and world premieres.

Founded in 2010 by Erin Fogarty, Director of Programming at Manhattan Youth Ballet, and Daniel Ulbricht, principal dancer at New York City Ballet, Dance Against Cancer has raised more than $1.5 million in support of the American Cancer Society's mission to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

This year’s lineup includes performances by members of New York City Ballet (Justin Peck, Maria Kowroski, Russell Janzen, Spartak Hoxha, Erica Pereria, Teresa Reichlen, Daniel Ulbricht), American Ballet Theatre (Stella Abrera, Isabella Boylston, Skylar Brandt, Misty Copeland, Gabe Stone Shayer, James Whiteside), Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (Clifton Brown, Belen Pereyra, Matthew Rushing), tapper Ayodele Casel, Patricia Delgado, Marcelo Gomes, Trammell Logan, Starinah Dixon, Naomi Funaki, Kenyok Arts Initiative, The Verdon Fosse Legacy, ballroom and more. The event will showcase the works of Justin Peck, Bob Fosse, Gemma Bond, Frederick Earl Mosley, and more, with four world premieres created specifically for Dance Against Cancer.

VIP guests will enjoy cocktails at 5:30 p.m., followed by world premiere dance performances at 7:00 p.m., with a post-performance reception for all guests and dancers.

Tickets are $175 for General Admission, $350 for VIP and $750 for Preferred VIP with dress rehearsal access and are available at All proceeds from this event will support American Cancer Society programs that attack cancer from every angle -- including breakthrough research, free patient lodging near treatment, a 24/7/356 live helpline, free rides to treatment, and convening powerful activists to create awareness and impact.

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