Where is Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts?
Address: Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Tax ID: 13-1847137
Phone: (212) 875-5456
Founder: John D. Rockefeller III
Founded: 1956, New York, NY
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a complex of three buildings and various venues for performances that take place both indoors and outdoors. It is the world’s largest performing arts centre. The center was built as part of the Lincoln Square Urban Renewal Project, which was pioneered in the 1950s and 1960s by the famous urban planner Robert Moses.
The three main buildings opened in 1962 (David Geffen Hall, formerly Avery Fisher Hall), 1964 (Metropolitan Opera House) and 1966 (David H. Koch Theater, formerly the New York State Theater). The Metropolitan Opera House, the David Geffen Hall and the David H. Koch Theater are known around the world for their concerts and their opera and ballet performances.
The famous Juilliard School, a music conservatory and drama school, is also located in Lincoln Center. The Lincoln Center itself is huge – almost 66,000 square feet – and is the perfect place to have a great evening and enjoy one of the many performances. Lincoln Center prides itself on presenting symphony concerts, Theater, dance, opera and musical education of the highest quality. It is not easy to get tickets. Already at the beginning of the season, most tickets for the well – known and popular ballet and opera performances are sold out.
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