21st CENTURY PERFORMANCE TECHNOLOGY IN TWO HISTORICAL VENUES.

Timberlake. Aerosmith. Bon Jovi. Sting. The Dresden Dolls. Dylan. The New York Philharmonic and many hundreds more have taken the stage at Manhattan Center.

And whether they perform beneath the 75-foot hand-painted ceiling of The Hammerstein Ballroom, or surrounded by the world’s best natural acoustics in The Grand Ballroom, the high level of logistical and technological support exclusive to the Manhattan Center helps these stars shine.

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Manhattan Center hosts nearly 150 live performances a year in The Hammerstein Ballroom and The Grand Ballroom. While ranging from intimate performances by solo artists to hard-core heavy metal, they all have one important thing in common: Manhattan Center’s full-time staff of talented sound, recording and production engineers help make every show a smash hit.

And, whether the performance is in The Hammerstein Ballroom or The Grand Ballroom, these artists can take advantage of an entertainment production system that seamlessly combines lives events with in-house TV/audio recording studios and state-of-the-art productions suites. It truly is 21st century production technology delivered in two historical venues.

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THE HAMMERSTEIN

THE HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM

Since 1906, The Hammerstein Ballroom has been a premier destination for musicians from around the globe.

Today, this magnificent former opera house provides contemporary performers with 21st entertainment production technology that seamlessly combines live events with in-house TV/audio recording studios and state-of-the-art post-production suites.

This 12,000 square foot space features a 75-foot ceiling with rigging points for lighting, sound and set design.

THE GRAND BALLROOM

Artists from around the world looking for off-the-chart acoustics and a more intimate setting for their music, look to The Grand Ballroom to provide both.

This 10,000 square-foot space with 40-foot high vaulted ceilings, has hosted performers including Bowie, Bon Jovi, Timberlake and Crow.

And, like The Hammerstein, The Grand Ballroom provides contemporary performers with 21st century entertainment production technology that seamlessly combines live events with in-house TV/audio recording studios and state-of-the-art post-production suites.

THE GRAND

THE GRAND BALLROOM

Artists from around the world looking for off-the-chart acoustics and a more intimate setting for their music, look to The Grand Ballroom to provide both.

This 10,000 square-foot space with 40-foot high vaulted ceilings, has hosted performers including Bowie, Bon Jovi, Timberlake and Crow.

And, like The Hammerstein Ballroom, The Grand Ballroom provides contemporary performers with 21st century entertainment production technology that seamlessly combines live events with in-house TV/audio recording studios and state-of-the-art post-production suites.

THE GRAND







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