Alice Tully Hall

The Alice Tully Hall is a concert hall that is part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. It was created from the donations of Alice Tully, a chamber music benefactor and patron of the arts. It has a seating capacity of 1,096 and the adjoining lobby can accommodate up to 450 standing or 250 seated. It is particularly suited to solo recitals, to performances of chamber music, and to performances by chamber orchestras and similarly-sized ensembles.

Some notable events that have occurred here:

* The one act opera Bertha opened here in 1973 for a commission by Alice Tully
* Oliver Messiaen's Des Canyons aux étoiles had it first performance here in 1974
* On December 16, 2004 the conclusion to the Season Finale of The Apprentice 2 was televised live from here, with Regis Philbin as the event's emcee.

Since its opening, Alice Tully Hall has served as the principal venue of the New York Film Festival, an annual event sponsored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

As part of Lincoln Center's 65th Street Development Project, Alice Tully Hall is currently undergoing its first major renovation since it opened in 1969. The project is scheduled for completion in the Spring of 2009. The renovations have required the relocation of the New York Film Festival, which in 2007 was held at the Rose Theater (home of Jazz at Lincoln Center) and in 2008 will be held at a commercial venue, the Ziegfield Theater.

ee also

* List of concert halls

External links

* [http://www.lincolncenter.org/load_screen.asp?screen=visitorinfo_hallinfo_ath Alice Tully Hall Information]


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