Overview and History
The BAM Howard Gilman Opera House makes a stunning first impression on any audience. Designed and built at the turn of the 20th century by architects Herts and Tallant (who were also responsible for the Lyceum and New Amsterdam Theatres), this elegant performance venue has hosted rentals by some of the world's most prestigious artists, including Adele, Rufus Wainwright, Sarah Silverman, New York City Opera, American Ballet Theatre, and Feist.
Blending classic Beaux Arts style with a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system—and an expert production staff—the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House is the perfect setting to make your event a memorable one.
The BAM Howard Gilman Opera House is appropriate for these and
other major productions:
• Live broadcast, film, or televsion shoot • awards show • benefit • concert • record release • performance • product launch • conference • seminar • training sessions
Key Rental Points
The BAM Howard Gilman Opera House is available for rental by commercial and nonprofit groups, as well as community organizations. This space is not open to rental by individuals. Rental rates start at $40,000-$60,000 for one day.
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