NEXT STAGE: A rendering shows the reimagined David Geffen Hall. (Courtesy Lincoln Center and the New York Philharmonic) David Geffen Hall and The Perelman chart fresh paths for New York City performing arts New York City has no shortage of iconic theaters and performing arts centers. But not all of them are on the cutting-edge of design and technology — which helps explain a recent spate of renovated and brand-new facilities for the Big Apple’s swankiest programming. Uptown, Lincoln Center and the New York Philharmonic are reimagining David Geffen Hall, the performance space that has hosted the symphony orchestra and other acts since 1962. In December, the venue shared plans for its first substantial renovation since 1992, following years of delays and nixed projects. “Renovations for this space have been talked about since – if you can believe this – 1996,” said Deborah Borda, president and chief executive of the… Continue Reading New York State of the Art

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