The Low Down
The Extras: You don't need to leave the building to grab a bite--just head for the cafe.
The Extras: Not far from BAM is Mark Morris' new performance/rehearsal space.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
The hub of performing arts in Brooklyn since it opened for business in 1861.
by Contributor at Citysearch
The Opera House is the largest of BAM's various venues--a renovated 2,086-seat auditorium with excellent acoustics and high, steeply-raked balconies that are best avoided by the acrophobic. The long-time home of theâ¦
Eat Drink and Be Literary
By wisebrain at Citysearch
This is a great series. The food is really great and the people are all genuinely nice. Some authors have been better than others, but otherwise ... Read More
More than Music
By Susan S. at Judy's Book
BAM is about more than music -- it is a performing arts mecca. Film, theater, dance AND music all have homes here (and if you can ever rehearse in... Read More
BAM--one of the institutions that defines Brooklyn
By Norman O. at Judy's Book
The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) is more than an orchestral hall--it's a hydra-headed entity with a hall for music/opera/theater productions, an... Read More