The New York Society for Ethical Culture is located on the corner of Central Park West and West 64th Street in Manhattan. If you are taking public transportation to get to the show you might want to get off on 69th St. Lincoln Center or 59th Street Columbus Circle. From the Lincoln Center station walk south on Broadway to 64th, turn left on 64th. If you#25;re coming from 59th Street, you should walk north on Central Park West to the corner of 64th.
There is limited street parking around the Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, so it is recommended that you take public transportation. Pay parking can be found nearby, either on Broadway at 62nd, or a couple of blocks north at West 66th Street and Central Park West. If you attempt to park in Central Pak, make sure you are aware of all of the parking rules and regulations.
The Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture was recently renovated in 2003, and is often cited as one of the best places in New York City to hear piano, organ and other chamber music. It contains a Rogers digital organ and a Steinway B Grand Piano. The phone number for the New York Society for Ethical Culture is 212-874-5210. Fax number is 212-595-7258.
The Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture is the largest venue in the Society for Ethical Culture. The other SEC venues include the Social Hall, the Ceremonial Hall, the Elliot Library and the Alder Study, which are available for rent and hold various events throughout the year. The Concert Hall has room for about 812 people in orchestra, mezzanine and balcony seating sections.