About CMS

Alice Tully Hall Seating Chart

CMS uses a three-tiered price breakdown in Alice Tully Hall - prime, standard, and rear (the rear seats are not used for subscription). In order to create a more intimate experience, we use a stage extension for most of our concerts. The first row in Alice Tully Hall is Row G unless otherwise specified.

Alice Tully Hall

Alice Tully Hall

Alice Tully Hall
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One of the prized features of the new Alice Tully Hall is the flexibility it affords. Three different stage configurations are available. CMS will use the third stage extension, which means that the first six rows of the hall are removed, and the stage area extends out into the hall. The first available row when the third extension is used is Row G. Under this configuration, the capacity of the hall is 920.

  • The box office is located at the north end of the lobby, and is open Monday – Saturday, 10 AM – 6 PM and Sunday, 12 PM – 6 PM. Additionally the box office will remain open half an hour after a performance begins.
  • Alice Tully Hall is now fully accessible. Seating that is wheelchair-accessible is now available throughout the hall, and all areas of the hall (from row A in the Orchestra to the upper-level Green Room) can be accessed.

Accessibility
Chamber music concerts at Alice Tully Hall are fully accessible, and CMS welcomes music lovers of all abilities to its concerts.

  • at65 is a new on-site cafe, which is open to the public for drinks and pre-concert meals. It is in the grand foyer of the new Alice Tully Hall.