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Anderson Center for the Performing Arts

4400 Vestal Parkway East
607-777-6802

Our Mission:

The Anderson Center for the Arts is a facility as well as a program.

The Anderson Center as a program consists of all presentations by its varied users, one of which is the Centers own administration which books outside music/theater/dance performances as part of a major world class concert series for the region. This series has, in the main, an international profile underscoring the University's emphasis on diversity - therefore, global concerns.



Reviews

Pete Lenox

Rating:
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
A special venue for the Southern Tier of NY. Only 22 rows of seats makes for a very intimate setting. Some of the most respected artists in the world have played here. The acoustics are phenomenal! One of the best sounding venues in the USA in my opinion (I've been to theaters and amphitheatres across the country). Wonderful venue with a friendly volunteer staff. Re-entry is permitted. Open year round. This theater opens up for lawn seating during the summer months.

Scott Wilkins

Rating:
Sunday, April 29, 2018
Good parking right next door to the Anderson Center. Too bad there was no signage to know exactly where to go in the building. We went around the center, only to find the entrance we needed was right next to where we parked. The ushers tried to give directions, but we still got lost. Otherwise, a nice place to host theatre works.

Vicki Grosso

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Thursday, June 14, 2018
Nice venue ..purse size alert It must fit into 1 gallon zip lock or you can not bring it in the venue...no advance warning...so kind of a bummer Umbrellas ok to bring

James Pakutka

Rating:
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Not so great...Old volunteers didnt know difference between Puctures and Video. Ruined the Concert for me

James Herrera

Rating:
Thursday, June 7, 2018
AMAZING acoustics and there is an outdoor component to the theater...more outdoor concerts please!

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