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Lincoln Center's New Alice Tully Hall Revealed

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When the more glassy and user-friendly Alice Tully Hall reopens at Lincoln Center in February, among the major changes to the 1,087-seat performance venue will be a completely revamped interior with custom-made seats and a mechanized stage extension, among other bells and whistles. Progress on the 22-month renovation, designed by High Line masterminds Diller Scofidio & Renfro, has been kept largely under wraps save for some older construction photos and videos on Lincoln Center's website, but pictured above?courtesy of a Curbed tipster?is what we believe to be the first look inside the new-and-improved Alice Tully Hall. Classy to the max, obvi. Here's the old gal as seen in April 2007, days before the renovation began:


[Photo: Mark Bussell]
· Construction Watch: New Lincoln Center Shapes Up [Curbed]
· Alice Tully Hall Cleans Up All Pretty [Curbed]
· Tully Hall to Reopen in 2009 With Eclectic Music Festival [NYT]