Merkin Hall

Abrahman Goodman House

127 West 67th St

New York, NY 10023
(212) 501-3303
Known for its acoustic excellence and intimate scale, Merkin Concert Hall has long been treasured as a unique venue in the New York concert community. The Hall has developed a reputation for keen programming, driven by an imaginative mixture of traditional and innovative performances. Most recently, Merkin Hall was saluted by ASCAP for the 2001 co-presentation of A Great Day in New York directed by Fred Sherry.
Merkin Concert Hall is a division of the Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center, which also includes the Lucy Moses School for Music and Dance and the Special Music School of America. A not-for-profit organization founded in 1952, the  Kaufman Center occupies its own facility, the award-winning Abraham Goodman House, located in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Through its three divisions, the center is an unsurpassed cultural resource where people of all ages experience the joy of artistic creation, expression and appreciation.
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