(February – March) The Tully Scope is a new late-winter festival (premiering in 2011), presenting a varied and eclectic cross-section of musicians, in one of New York’s best concert venues, Alice Tully Hall. The programming is not beholden to one genre or audience type: it includes more traditional classical concerts by the likes of pianist Emanuel Ax and early music master Jordi Savall as well as progressive contemporary music from composer Tyondai Braxton, string quartet Brooklyn Rider, and the International Contemporary Ensemble.
Tully Scope Festival Information
- Public Transportation: Excellent (convenient to subway lines 1 at 66th Street/Lincoln Center; A, B, C, and D, at 59th Street/Columbus Circle; and buses M5, M7, M10, M11, M66, and M104)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: 14 concerts
- Ticket Prices: Depending on the event, full-price tickets range from $25 – $75; after the purchase of one full-price ticket, all additional tickets are $20.