Venues

The Appel Room

With down-to-earth intimacy, sky-high production values, and sweeping views of Central Park and Columbus Circle, The Appel Room (formerly known as The Allen Room) is one of New York’s premier venues for live music.

Venue Accessibility Accessible through the primary entrance on Broadway at West 60th Street. Box office is on the ground floor; elevators go to the fifth and sixth floors where The Appel Room is located.

Accessible Seating The Appel Room offers wheelchair-accessible locations, designated transfer-arm seats, and companion seating options. Please specify your seating preference when purchasing. Wheelchair loans are available for people who require assistance to go to and from their seats. To arrange a loan, please call the House Manager at 212.258.9501 the day before the concert.

Assistance for Guests Who Are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss Infrared assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available for the Rose Theater and The Appel Room at the coat check. A valid photo ID is needed to ensure return.

Assistance for Guests who are Blind or Have Low Vision Braille and large print programs are available for American Songbook concerts in The Appel Room. The programs may be obtained at an Information Table on the fifth floor.

Venue Amenities

Restrooms Accessible men’s and women’s restrooms on the orchestra and mezzanine levels.

Water Fountains Accessible on the orchestra and mezzanine levels.

Directions

The Appel Room can be accessed using the JAZZ elevators on the ground floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center (across from Hugo Boss). The box office, where you may pick up your tickets, is on the ground floor of The Shops. To reach The Appel Room by subway, take the uptown A, B, C, D, or 1 services to 59th Street–Columbus Circle. The M5, M7, M10, M11, and M104 bus lines also stop within one block of the venue.

Address

The Appel Room 10 Columbus Circle, Broadway at 60th Street New York, NY 10023

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Alice Tully Hall

Since it opened in 1969, Alice Tully Hall has been home to the New York Film Festival and The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Performances take place on the Adrienne Arsht Stage, within the warm wood veneers of the Starr Theater. In addition to world-class chamber music, Alice Tully Hall hosts numerous virtuoso concerts on its cathedral-sized, Swiss-made pipe organ. Following a highly anticipated renovation and expansion in 2009, the hall now has a three-story glass lobby which features a café and bar, and a cantilevered extension juts out over a sunken plaza at the corner of Broadway and 65th Street, now a meeting place for Lincoln Center visitors and the general public.

Venue Accessibility Accessible through automated doors at the box office entrance on Broadway, south of 66th Street.

Accessible Seating There are wheelchair locations throughout the theater. Seats must be removed to accommodate a wheelchair. Please call one day prior to arrange for seat to be removed: 212.875.5050.

Wheelchair Loans Available for people who require a wheelchair to go to and from their seats. To arrange a loan, call Central Security at 212.875.5520.

Assistance for Guests Who Are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss Assistive listening devices available for hard-of-hearing patrons at the head usher’s desk. For headsets and loops, a major credit card or driver’s license is needed as a security deposit.

Assistance for Guests who are Blind or Have Low Vision Braille and large print programs available for all Chamber Music Society, Great Performers, and American Songbook concerts. The programs may be obtained at the PSPD Resource Information Tables located on street level in the Morgan Stanley Lobby.

Venue Amenities

Restrooms Accessible men’s and women’s restrooms on lower level orchestra right. Accessible unisex restrooms on lobby/street level, on the ramp to the left of the box office windows.

Water Fountains Lower level orchestra right.

Directions

Alice Tully Hall can be found at the corner of West 65th Street and Broadway. The box office and accessible entrance is located on West 66th Street and Broadway. To reach Alice Tully Hall by subway, take the 1 train to 66th Street—Lincoln Center. The M5, M7, M10, M11, M66, and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of the venue.

Address

Alice Tully Hall 1941 Broadway, on 65th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam New York, NY 10023

David Rubenstein Atrium

The David Rubenstein Atrium is Lincoln Center’s vibrant visitor center by day and transforms into a spectacular high-technology performance and event space by night. Its amenities include a staffed information desk, guided tours of Lincoln Center, discount tickets, free Wi-Fi, a café, and more.

Venue Accessibility Entrances on Broadway and Columbus Avenue are accessible through automatic doors.

Accessible Seating The Atrium is wheelchair accessible. General seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis, including accessible seating. There are designated wheelchair and companion seats for performances. Guests attending performances who are unable to stand in line due to a disability are welcomed to contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375 to arrange for accommodations.

Assistance for Guests Who Are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss The Information Desk is looped and t-coil accessible. FM assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available for performances and Lincoln Center guided tours. See staff member at the Information Desk. A valid photo ID is needed to ensure return. Real-time captioning and ASL-interpretation for performances are available upon request with at least two weeks advance notice. To request these or other accommodations, please call 212.875.5375 or e-mail [email protected]

Assistance for Guests who are Blind or Have Low Vision Select Lincoln Center material is available in Braille and large print. A tactile map of Lincoln Center’s campus is available to use by request. 

Restrooms Accessible unisex restrooms on first and second floors.

Directions

Located on the west side of Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd Streets, the Atrium is easily accessible via the A, B, C, and D train services at 59th Street–Columbus Circle or the 1 service at 66th Street–Lincoln Center. The M5, M7, M10, M11, M66 and M104 bus lines also stop within one block of Lincoln Center.

Address

David Rubenstein Atrium 61 West 62 Street, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets New York, NY 10023

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