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Part of New York City’s famed Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall) has been home to the New York Philharmonic Orchestra since 1962. The space has been host to famed greats as varied as Latin percussionist Tito Puente, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, and country singer Alison Krauss. The excellent acoustics of the rectangular performance are showcased in regular performances with the orchestra, the "Great Performer" series, and the center’s "Mostly Mozart" festival. Tours of the venue are offered as part of the Lincoln Center full tour package. To book a private event at Lincoln Center, visit www.lincolncenter.org/yourevent.