Brooklyn Academy Music BAM Harvey Theatre

If you are in quest of grand theater, dance, music, opera or even some live comedy then forthwith come to Brooklyn Academy of Music, the city's most legendary yet modern arts institution, where several incredible shows have taken place in the past. With a graceful ambience and magnificently laid out seating, the audiences have always attended the most astounding performances at this venue. Brooklyn is credibly known for being a center of advanced and ultramodern performances. Originated in 1861, the building was designed by architect Leopold Eidlitz. Nevertheless after the burning down of the building, it was redesigned by renowned architect Herts & Tallant in 1908. This new building is in close proximity to downtown Brooklyn, close to the Flatbush Avenue Station of the Long Island Rail Road.

About Brooklyn Academy Music BAM Harvey Theatre

Brooklyn Academy Music is an edifying entertainment center that projects a superb blend of both the conventional and the avant-garde shows. The main facility features of the Brooklyn comprise of: BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, this huge opera house has a significant seating capacity of as large as 2,109 persons. Architect, Hugh Hardy, in order to enhance the outlook of the opera house added a chic canopy as counterpoint. Another commendable facility by Brooklyn Academy Music is that of BAM Harvey Lichtenstein Theater, previously known as the Majestic Theater, consists of 874 seats. The theatre has been wittingly given a traditional yet sleek outlook by leaving some parts of the interior decorated with stonework which further adds to the exclusivity of the overall ambience.

In 1997, a new cinema and café were also inaugurated by Brooklyn Academy of Music, with the purpose of projecting art films for the cinema buffs. BAM has exhibited impressive and diverse chain of events over the years. Some incredible artists who have performed on this platform include Philip Glass, Valery Gergiev, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Steve Reich, SealAlice in Chains, Ingmar Bergman and renowned bands like Nirvana. Also, on every Memorial Day weekend, BAM hosts an African dance event called DanceAfrica, where diverse dance groups of US perform to celebrate African culture and dance. On account of its central location, world-class architect and exclusive events Brooklyn Academy Music has earned excessive media hype and recognition worldwide. In 2006, Brooklyn Academy Music collaborated with Sundance Institute and collectively they have brought quite a lot of screenings and events to New York that have splendidly impressed the entertainment buffs. To view the forthcoming event at the Brooklyn Academy Music, without delay get your Brooklyn Academy Music ticket today.