- Does Symphony Space have a resident orchestra?
- Does Symphony Space rent its theatres?
- What are the seating capacities of these theatres?
- How do I get to Peter Norton Symphony Space?
- How do I get presented by Symphony Space?
- How do I get on Symphony Space's mailing lists and e-mail list?
- How can I support Symphony Space?
- Whom do I contact regarding sponsoring Symphony Space events?
- How can I find out about job openings at Symphony Space?
- How can I volunteer for Symphony Space?
- Is there parking near the theatre?
- Is Peter Norton Symphony Space accessible for persons with disabilities?
- If I'm late for a show, when will I be admitted?
- Can I bring my children to a show?
- Is there a coat check?
Does Symphony Space have a resident orchestra?
Symphony Space does not have a resident orchestra, but many orchestras call Symphony Space home, such as Arturo O'Farrill's Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra and the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra. American Symphony Orchestra presents their Classics Declassified series at Symphony Space, and both the Mannes Orchestra and InterSchool Orchestras perform at Symphony Space multiple times a year.
Does Symphony Space rent its theatres?
Yes. The Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, Leonard Nimoy Thalia and Thalia Studio are available to rent for performances, rehearsals and more. Many artists self-produce. For more information, see our Theatre Rental section.
What are the seating capacities of these theatres?
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre seats 760 and Leonard Nimoy Thalia seats 172. All seating in the Leonard Nimoy Thalia is general admission. For a Peter Jay Sharp Theatre seating chart, please see our seating charts.
How do I get to Peter Norton Symphony Space?
Peter Norton Symphony Space is conveniently located at the corner of Broadway and 95th Street. Please refer to the directions page of our website for detailed travel instructions.
How do I get presented by Symphony Space?
If you wish to submit promotional materials of your work for consideration, please send an email to the attention of the artistic director at email@example.com stating your interest in being presented and a short description of the project you are proposing, with links to your web site. She will review and pass along to the appropriate program director for further consideration. Please note that most of our programming is set 9-12 months in advance.
Many artists self-present at Peter Norton Symphony Space or are presented by independent organizations. Please click here for information about renting out our theatres.
How do I get on Symphony Space's mailing lists and e-mail list?
In order to receive our brochures and/or our monthly e-mail newsletters, please fill out the form here.
How can I support Symphony Space?
Thank you for asking! There are many ways that you can help keep Symphony Space vital with annual, capital or planned gifts. Membership starts at $75, and the details of the donor levels and benefits are outlined on the Symphony Space website here.
Whom do I contact regarding sponsoring Symphony Space events?
Please call DJ Brumfield, Director of Development, at 212.864.1414 x230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I find out about job openings at Symphony Space?
Any current job openings at Symphony Space can be found on the Employment page of our website.
How can I volunteer for Symphony Space?
You can find out about volunteering at Symphony Space on our Volunteer page.
Is there parking near the theatre?
There are two parking garages located just east of our theatre on 95th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. These garages are open 24 hours and are reasonably priced.
Is Peter Norton Symphony Space accessible for persons with disabilities?
In the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, infrared hearing devices are available from the house manager. Patrons requiring wheelchair locations, or aisle seats to transfer to/from a wheelchair, should inform the box office when purchasing tickets. Restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
Whom do I contact regarding items left at Peter Norton Symphony Space during a show?
Lost and Found is handled by the Theatre Administrator. Inquiries can be made at 212.864.1414, x204 or email email@example.com. Weekend inquiries will generally not be answered until the following Tuesday. Weekend emergencies (lost wallet, keys, expensive jewelry etc.) can sometimes be attended to by calling the House Manager at 212.864.1414 x209 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Unclaimed items are disposed of after 30 days.