NYC’s most versatile and spacious venue for jazz, the performing arts, and corporate events.
The theater features eleven movable on-stage seating towers, allowing for a variety of seating configurations. These towers can be linked in a gentle curve on stage to create a "theater-in-the-round", or they can be stored against the back wall, making way for a traditional proscenium stage. For additional versatility, Rose Theater features an orchestra pit on an adjustable lift that rises to two additional levels, either providing extra audience seating or extending the stage itself.
Able to accommodate live performances such as jazz concerts, opera, theater, symphonies and dance, Rose Theater is ideal for a virtually endless variety of events, from performances to presentations, from film screenings to award ceremonies. It was designed with the audience in mind—with three tiers, the furthest seat is no more than 90 feet from the stage. Each level features beautiful wood veneer boxes for seating that offers a special experience. The theater is topped by attractive lit diamonds with adjustable colors, which can be used to create a specific atmosphere or ambience. For receptions and seated dinners, catering is provided by Great Performances, one of New York's finest caterers and Frederick P. Rose Hall's exclusive catering partner.More Information
The Appel Room
Based on the design of a Greek amphitheater, The Appel Room merges luxuriant splendor with functional accessibility. One glance at the dramatic 50' × 83' wall of glass confirms that The Appel Room possesses one of New York City's greatest backdrops—Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.
Several mechanical tiers make up the fluid inner structure of the amphitheater, offering a strikingly adaptable layout. This ingenious design allows for a smooth transformation from supper-club or event mode (four wide tiers) to theater mode (seven incremental levels). For additional capability, The Appel Room features a removable stage on its bottom level. The Appel Room provides an ideal location for a variety of diverse needs. For receptions and seated dinners, catering is provided by Great Performances, one of New York's finest caterers and Frederick P. Rose Hall's exclusive catering partner.
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
Offering amazing views similar to those of The Appel Room and the Atrium, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola presents the best in live jazz performance seven nights a week.
An intimate room designed specifically to accommodate live jazz, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola is accessed through an inviting hallway lined with murals. The club welcomes patrons with its seductively-curved bamboo walls, offering exquisite sound and views of the Manhattan skyline. The full-service dining menu delivers soulful, down-home flavor with New York flair, provided by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s exclusive caterer, Great Performances, in consultation with Spoonbread Inc., New York’s largest African-American owned full-service caterer. Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola is available for daytime rentals (8am–3pm), and offers a perfect locale for smaller breakfasts, luncheons and meetings.More Information
Irene Diamond Education Center
The Irene Diamond Education Center
Located at the “House of Swing” along with Frederick P. Rose Hall’s three world-class performance venues, the Irene Diamond Educational Center is a strategic and unprecedented pooling of educational, rehearsal and recording resources. The Louis Armstrong Classroom is the smallest of the three spaces within the Irene Diamond Education Center, and can be utilized for a range of educational and other activities. Twice the size, but similar in décor and function, the Edward John Noble Foundation Studio provides room for larger groups.
The Agnes Varis and Karl Leichtman Studio
The Agnes Varis and Karl Leichtman Studio is a full-service, state-of-the-art 96-track digital recording and post-production facility operated by XM Productions/Effanel Music. One of the largest recording studios in New York City, this room features a sprung wooden dance floor, an observation balcony, and enough capacity for an entire symphony orchestra. Designed as an integrated component of the Frederick P. Rose Hall facility, the Varis and Leichtman Studio is wired to all of the performance spaces in order to facilitate ease of professional recording.
Thanks to the east-facing windows, patrons are afforded sweeping views of the city that are bathed in a healthy measure of natural light. Ideal for receptions and cocktail events, the Ertegun Atrium can be rented independently or in conjunction with other Frederick P. Rose Hall venues. Catering is provided by Great Performances, one of New York's finest caterers, and Frederick P. Rose Hall's exclusive catering partner.More Information
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