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  • 1. Carnegie Hall

    Midtown West

    Internationally renowned Carnegie Hall has incomparable acoustics that make it one of the world's best venues for music—classical as well as jazz, pop, cabaret, and...Read More

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  • 2. David Geffen Hall

    Upper West Side

    Formerly known as Philharmonic Hall and Avery Fisher Hall, David Geffen Hall is the residence of the New York Philharmonic (; the orchestra's...Read More

  • 3. Jazz at Lincoln Center

    Upper West Side

    A few blocks south of Lincoln Center itself, this Columbus Circle venue is almost completely devoted to jazz, with a sprinkling of other genres mixed...Read More

  • 4. Alice Tully Hall

    Upper West Side

    Home to the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center ( since it opened in 1969, Alice Tully Hall has top-notch acoustics. A three-story...Read More

  • 5. Bargemusic

    Brooklyn Heights

    Founded in 1977, this classical music series on a barge floating on the East River hosts small audiences of about 130 for intimate chamber-music concerts....Read More

  • 6. Great Music in a Great Space

    Upper West Side

    This aptly named series of public concerts is inspired by a wide range of musical traditions and performed in St. John the Divine's massive, atmospheric,...Read More

  • 7. Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center

    Upper West Side

    A destination for both old-school and cutting-edge musical performances, this concert hall around the corner from Lincoln Center is a lovely, acoustically advanced, 450-seater that...Read More

  • 8. Miller Theatre

    Upper West Side

    Adventurous jazz, classical, early and modern music, and dance programming makes up the calendar at this Columbia University theater, founded in 1988. A well-designed 688-seater,...Read More

  • 9. The Greene Space


    New York City's local public radio stations WNYC and WQXR invite the public into their intimate (125 seats) studio for live shows featuring classical, rock,...Read More

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