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A New Alice Tully Hall: Paul Goldberger's Tour

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Pollux writes:

If you’re interested in buildings or New York City or music, this is the post for you. Paul Goldberger, the architecture critic for The New Yorker, takes a tour of the newly renovated Alice Tully Hall, part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. We got the skinny from Unbeige, and I’m digging the building’s new prow-like lobby that juts out like a bocal on a bassoon. Apparently, the new Tully’s sounds will be richer and more alive than they used to be. But what will New York City pigeons think of the new building? Only time will tell.

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