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Baruch Performing Arts Center

17 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10010

Mason Hall is Baruch College’s 1,100-seat auditorium with 600 seats in the orchestra and 500 seats in the balcony. Sound and lighting packages and a 44’ x 21’ stage. THe Skylight Rooom (holds 74) can be used as a VIP reception area or green room: small reception area. Situated in Manhattan’s Gramercy Park neighborhood, the hall is close to all major public transportation at 17 Lexington Ave. between E. 23rd and 22nd Streets. The cost includes full front-of-house staffing (house manager, ushers, Box Office - OvationTIx small fee and a venue supervisor to serve as liaison for your crew. At an additional cost, a crew can be hired through the center or we can provide you with an over-hire list. $2 million in damage and liability insurance must start 2 days prior to event and run thru event.

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55 Lexington Ave., B1-104, New York, NY, 10010

The Engelman Recital Hall is a beautiful, intimate and classic recital hall with 175 seats and raked seating. The hall houses a Class D Steinway Concert Grand piano, which is available for rentals. The stage is 21' x 21' downstage (21' x 14' upstage) with a blond hardwood floor. A Strand mini-board offers eight preset cues, and recording within the space is possible. With near-perfect acoustics, it is a true gem. The NY Times chief classical music critic Anthony Tommasini called the Engelman Recital Hall "a perfect hall for chamber music (4/29/06)."

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55 Lexingtn Avenue, B1-104, New York, NY, 10010

The Rose Nagelberg Theatre is a state-of-the-art "warehouse" black box theatre at 48' in width, 27' in length, and 21' in height. The seating is somewhat flexible but must stay as an end stage set-up. The maximum seating capacity is 220, which includes the galary level. The floor is oak hardwood, finished in satin black paint. The theatre is equipped with a wire-tension lighting grid that allows for ease of focusing and movement of instruments and an advanced audio system. The Nagelberg Theater is usually booked 6 months to 1 year in advance, and is used primarily for 1 week to 3 month runs of theater and modern dance.

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