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Combined Lobbies

  • 600 reception capacity
  • 300 dinner capacity
9,100 ft2

Features

  • Comprised of Alice Tully Hall's Och Foyer and Morgan Stanley Lobby, united via a retractable glass wall
  • Flexible configuration
  • Panoramic view of Broadway and West 65th Street
  • Adjoining Sunken Plaza along Broadway can be privatized
  • Custom furnishings which can be re-purposed for private events
  • Theatrical lobby lighting rig
  • Built-in coat room

The Morgan Stanley Lobby

  • 350 reception capacity
  • 200 dinner capacity
3,600 ft2

Features

  • Interior lobby at intersection of the Starr Theater, Och Foyer, and Hauser Patron Salon
  • Rectilinear space with private entrance on 65th street
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Solar/privacy shades available
  • Ideal for sponsor activations
  • Ideal for interior red carpets
  • Built-in coat room

Starr Theater, Alice Tully Hall

  • 1,085 max. capacity
2,580 ft2

Features

  • Two Christie Digital Cinema projectors
  • Custom Swiss Kuhn organ built into space
  • Wood cut from a single African moabi tree envelops the theater
  • Adjustable acoustic banners blanket the walls
  • Continental raked seating plan which offers generous leg room
  • Multiple stage configurations
  • Six star dressing rooms and two choral dressing rooms

Grand Promenade

  • 1,000 reception capacity
  • 500 dinner capacity
7,500 ft2

Features

  • Located on the second floor of David Geffen Hall
  • Mid-century modern design
  • Adjoining outdoor terrace overlooks Josie Robertson Plaza and iconic Revson Fountain
  • Spacious lobby ideal for pre- or post-event receptions, dinners, or galas
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Distinctive gold and cream finishings
  • Panoramic vista of Lincoln Center campus

David Geffen Hall Theater

  • 2,732 max. capacity

Features

  • Largest concert hall on Lincoln Center's campus
  • Mid-century modern design
  • Two in-house projectors
  • Five star dressing rooms, two green rooms, and one chorus room
  • Furnished artist lounge
  • Multiple stage configurations
  • Built-in risers

Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

  • 300 reception capacity
  • 180 dinner capacity
  • 250 performance capacity
2,400 ft2

Features

  • In-house theatrical lighting and sound systems
  • Drop-down projection screen and projector
  • In-house Steinway piano
  • Built-in solar & blackout shades
  • Built-in coat room
  • Wraparound balcony with stunning views of the Hudson River and New York skyline
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows with South and West exposures

David Rubenstein Atrium

  • 250 reception capacity
  • 150 dinner capacity
5,700 ft2

Features

  • Two 21-foot vertical gardens
  • 26-foot high ceilings
  • 42-foot dynamic media wall
  • 16 customizable LED oculi
  • In-house theatrical lighting, sound, and projection systems
  • LEED Gold Certified space
  • Multiple points of street-level access

Josie Robertson Plaza

  • 6,000 reception capacity
  • 2,200 dinner capacity
28,000 ft2

Features

  • Home to Lincoln Center public programming including Met Summer HD Festival and Young Music Makers
  • Surrounded by The Metropolitan Opera House, David Geffen Hall, and David H. Koch Theater
  • Iconic Revson Fountain designed by Philip Johnson
  • WiFi equipped
  • 170-foot-wide grand staircase with customizable LED scrolling text
  • Classic New York landmark
  • Open to the public

Hearst Plaza

38,100 ft2

Features

  • High traffic plaza located at the intersection of The Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center Theater, and Lincoln Ristorante
  • Home to Lincoln Center public programming including Out of Doors and Young Music Makers
  • WiFi equipped
  • Seasonal seating in Barclays Capital Grove can be repurposed for private events
  • Henry Moore's Reclining Figure serves as the focal point of the Paul Milstein Pool & Terrace
  • Barclays Capital Grove and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Lawn provide surrounding green space
  • English Plane trees provide ample shade in Barclays Capital Grove
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