Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus is a block away from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. This world renowned performing arts complex is home to The Metropolitan Opera House, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and The New York City Ballet.
The Metropolitan Opera (The Met) is the largest classical music organization in North America. It presents about 27 different operas each year in a season which lasts from late September through May. Fordham students can take advantage of The Met's student ticket program. The Met offers offers full-time undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to purchase student tickets to select performances at a discount. Students need to fill out an online form and present a valid student ID.You'll be the first to know about other student discounts and special offers. Visit the Met's website to find the student form and to learn more.
New York Philharmonic
Founded in 1842, The New York Philharmonic orchestra is one of the oldest musical institutions in the United States and the oldest of the "Big Five" orchestras. Its record-setting 14,000th concert was given in December 2004. Students can purchase $18.00 rush tickets for select concerts up to 10 days before the concert. Rush tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis, are subject to availability. Students must present a valid Student ID at the David Geffen Hall Box Office to purchase or pick up tickets. Two tickets maximum can be purchased under each valid ID. Visit their website to learn more.
New York City Ballet
New York City Ballet is one of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of spectacular dancers and an unparalleled repertory. New York City Ballet offers full-time undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to purchase day of $20 Student Rush tickets for select fall, winter, and spring repertory performances. A maximum of two $20 Student Rush tickets per qualified student are available for purchase on the day of performance at the Box Office Window only. Availability will be posted online each Monday during performance weeks, for that week of performances only. To view a list of performances, please visit the NYCB's website.
Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
Each week the Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center offers free performances for the public. Located just steps away from the Lincoln Center Campus, the Rubenstein Atrium allows Fordham students to experience art, culture, and performances from national and international touring artists, in addition to local talent. Local performers come from organizations including The Juilliard School, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and the Chamber Music Society. A diverse cross-section of musical genres including hip-hop, pop, Latin, rock, soul, country, spoken word, jazz, world music, as well as classical and new music is offered. Select performances also feature live music for social dancing including swing dance, salsa, and tango. To learn about upcoming performances, please visit the events website.
TKTS at the Rubenstein Atrium
Also located in the Rubenstein Atrium is a TKTS discount booth were students could get discounted play and musical performance tickets on Broadway as well as throughout New York. Fordham has this local opportunity that students do not have to travel far from their midtown dorms in order to get great tickets at reasonable rates. Find out more information here.
Theatre Development Fund
Fordham students may be eligible for take part in the Theatre Development Fund. This great opportunity seeks to involve its more than 100,000 theatre loving members in getting the best ticket deals. Members get special access to deeply discounted tickets available online and in advance for hundreds of Broadway, Off Broadway and off-Off Broadway theatre shows, dance performances and music concerts. Discover eligibility.
Jazz At Lincoln Center
Situated in Columbus Circle, Jazz at Lincoln center is an entertaining and enriching experience for Fordham Students. Through various jazz performances that take place, students can be a part of the global community that seeks to perform, educate, and advocate for the creation of jazz music. Check out the schedule of events for upcoming performances.