Venue Details

220 Star Starred
Avery Fisher Hall
at Lincoln Center 10 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023
212-875-5030
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Dine before you go
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The Smith
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Richard S. Goldberg
As you are comfortable.
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I prefer tp be a little dressed up and comfortable
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Parking is horrendously expensive - be prepared
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Had coffee and a pastry only
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I prefer to wear a tie & Jacket for an event such as this but its certainly not required
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Reviews & Ratings

73 ratings
4.6 average rating
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32 events
11 reviews
11 stars
attended Nov 25 2012

The Messiah was tired. I kept waiting for the "refreshed" part, but decided I must be at the wrong show. Yes, I know it's a long choral piece, and that the famous Chorus... continued

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Andrea G Red Velvet
8 events
4 reviews
11 stars
attended Nov 25 2012

It was a full concert, with a classical orchestra and accompanied singers. There were soloist as well as a choir of about 100 people.

I enjoyed the event.

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32 events
18 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 25 2012

This was one of the best interpretations of The Messiah that we have seen. The chorus was in very fine voice, and the musicians and featured singers were terrific.

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Website

http://lc.lincolncenter.org/shows/204893?show_date=2012-11-25%2014:...

Quotes & Highlights

“It has become an annual tradition for the Distinguished Concerts International organization to present a version of Handel’s _Messiah _ far outside the historically informed mainstream. As usual Jonathan Griffith will conduct a huge group of players and singers in the delicious symphony-orchestra arrangement that Eugene Goossens prepared for Thomas Beecham’s 1959 RCA recording of the work, which has about the same relationship to other _Messiah_s that chocolate layer cake has to a Ritz Cracker.” —The New York Times