An icon of New York City’s cultural scene, the 1,100-seat Alice Tully Hall is a cornerstone of Manhattan’s major performing arts complex. Built in 1969, its recent renovation is part of a large-scale rethinking of the entire Lincoln Center campus, with the design work led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro architects. The opening week of festivities began on Sunday, February 22 and the music critics are happy with the new acoustics, and acoustician Mark Holden of JaffeHolden is floating on air. ...
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