The interior of David Geffen Hall (2007) Known as Avery Fisher Hall (2005) The Hall underwent extensive renovations in 1976, to address acoustical problems that had been present since its opening.  Another, smaller renovation attempted to address still-unresolved problems in 1992.
Avery Fisher Hall. Avery Fisher Hall is a concert hall in New York with a capacity of 2,738 seats. Home to the New York Philharmonic you can experience a range of fantastic classical performance in a world class venue. Click here for a listing of the upcoming concerts at Avery Fisher Hall.
Avery Fisher was an amateur violinist, a pioneer in high fidelity sound reproduction, and a philanthropist who donated millions of dollars to arts organizations and universities. He also founded the Philharmonic Radio Company and Fisher Electronics, and built Avery Fisher Hall at New York University.
Las instalaciones, diseñadas por Max Abramovitz, se llamaban originalmente Philharmonic Hall y fueron rebautizadas Avery Fisher Hall en honor del filántropo Avery Fisher, que donó 10,5 millones de dólares (69 millones de dólares actuales) a la orquesta en 1973.
Avery Fisher Hall‚ Lincoln Center. 132 West 65th Street (at Columbus Avenue) New York, N.Y. 10023. 2128755456. Visit website. Directions: Subway: 1 to 66th Street - Lincoln Center
Welcome to your new David Geffen Hall, the home of the New York Philharmonic and the new cultural home for New York. The reimagining of the Hall is centered around a deep focus on welcoming visitors and audiences to Lincoln Center and expanding the possibilities of a concert hall.