Brooklyn Academy of Music 30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Brooklyn Academy of Music, founded in 1861, is Brooklyn's preeminent cultural institution. BAM features four movie…More theaters that show a mix of mainstream and independent films. The academy also houses the Howard Gilman Opera House, and hosts a wide variety of cultural events. BAM has earned a reputation as a high-profile venue for avant-garde performers.
Berlyn 25 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Berlyn is a large, higher-end restuarant on Lafayette Avenue directly across from the Brooklyn Academy of Music. As the…More name suggests, this is the place to come for German cuisine. Dinner options include liptauer, wiener schnitzel and beef short ribs and there is also an extensive wine and cocktail list to choose from. An immaculate, yet fun interior space completes the dining experience.
BAM Harvey Theater 651 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY11217 Formerly the Majestic, this theater was abandoned in 1968 and purchased by Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in 1987.…More Originally a playhouse then a movie theater, BAM renovated it, retaining much of the well-worn interior, lending it an atmosphere that harks back to the theaters of old. Theater productions are held here in the 874-seat auditorium, and the space is available for rental.
BAM Fisher 321 Ashland Pl, Brooklyn, NY11217 The BAM Fisher is a community performing arts facility offered by BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). The BAM Fisher…More includes the Fishman Space, a 250 seat theater, as well as rehearsal and performance studios, classroom space, a rooftop terrace and the Sharp Lobby, an exhibition space. This is one of several BAM facilities in the neighborhood. It is used for theater, dance, music, talks and educational and family programming, as well as for professional development. Information regarding bookings, performances and tickets can be found on the BAM website.