Home Of Jazz At Lincoln Center
Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, is the world’s first performing arts facility designed for jazz. The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra enlivens audiences throughout the year with their top quality musicianship and innovative collaborations. Their educational programs bring the sound and feeling of jazz into the lives of thousands of kids and adults. Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center is not only an outstanding destination for the best in live jazz performance and interpretation, but also a stunning venue, perfect for events of all sizes and styles.
Classrooms and rehearsal studio spaces are available for breakout sessions and green rooms as necessary.
Standing: 1233 max., Seated: 1109 max.
Rose Theater utilizes ambitious elements such as a retractable concert shell ceiling and a sophisticated acoustical curtain and banner system to help tailor the sound quality of the hall for individual performances. The space can accommodate 1100 theater style.
The Appel Room
Standing: 600 max., Seated: 420 max.
One glance at the dramatic 50’ × 90’ wall of glass confirms that The Appel Room possesses one of New York City’s greatest backdrops—Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. The space can accommodate up to 600 guests for a cocktail reception, 420 for a banquet, and about 310 for cabaret style seating.
Standing: 500 max., Seated: 250 max.
Intended to serve as the facility’s main public lobby, the Ertegun Atrium is also finely suited to handle a comprehensive assortment of events. The space can accommodate 500 for a cocktail reception or 250 guests for a seated function.
AMENITIES + STYLES
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UPPER WEST SIDE
20 West 60th Street
New York, New York 10019