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BAM Fisher
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321 Ashland Pl Brooklyn, NY 11217
321 Ashland PlaceUSNew York11217
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Multi-venue Brooklyn destination for contemporary, cutting-edge theater, opera, dance, music & film.- Google
"Visit out BAMcafe for dinner or happy hour drinks."
"The interior is beautiful and I liked the acoustics."
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Alex Thomas
4 months ago
The people here are nice! ... Well depending if you do anything stupid. But still nice service nice snacks and drinks and i saw selma here it was 👍👍👍👍
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Alexandra White
4 months ago
Entering the opera house is like taking a step back in time. The architecture is beautiful and well maintained. There's a definite feel of history, of those coming to see a performance many years ago (except for the fact that on a Thursday night for the opera, many people were dressed in jeans). Sitting in the obstructed seats definitely impacted my view of The Turn of the Screw. Although, that's what one gets for purchasing the cheap seats. 80% of the show was unobstructed.
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Sparkle Anthony
2 years ago
Sheer Excellence ! A Place of Art & Positive Ambition. Recently visited in January in honor of Martin Luther King's Bday. Also President Obama's Inauguration was watched live threw Video Stream. Kindred Soul & Family was the musical guest alongside local Brooklyn Choir. Amazing experience. Even got interviewed from local Brooklyn broadcaster. Epic. Bringing my tribe to the next one. Don't forget your camera!
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Traci Cappiello
2 years ago
The Brooklyn Academy of Music is a gorgeous performance and event space. From the first floor where you enter to the second floor where the bar and restrooms are, to the third floor to get to the "nosebleeds", it's beautifully designed. Let me tell you, seeing Anthony Bourdain from the third mezzanine wasn't a problem at all. It was as if he were way closer given the sound system and overall acoustics. The theater is not too big, it's not too small, it's just right. :) I'm looking forward to return and hang out in the second floor bar area, beautifully lit with pretty windows and decor making it the perfect location to take a new profile photo. If you can, step back before entering to enjoy the gorgeous lines and details of theaters past.
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John Choe
6 months ago
The Fisher Building at 321 Ashland Place is part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and a unique venue for cultural events and parties. BAM is a multi-arts center located in Brooklyn, New York, known as a center for progressive and avant garde performance. The Fisher Building is visually appealing and has interesting architectural features, including modern skyline and ceiling designs on its second-floor performance space. BAM Fisher is a new facility designed for LEED Gold certification and located at 321 Ashland Place. BAM Fisher's second-floor also features a bar and cafe-style seating for intimate performances and cultural events. Would recommend BAM Fisher for large corporate events and parties.
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Brian McDonald
a year ago
Got to see a multi-faceted dance/music/film collective that made great use of the small but intimate space. The audio/video system worked well with the live performances that were mixed with recorded audio, and while smaller than the larger spaces, the room was not stuffy. Staff was helpful and friendly in guiding us to where we needed to be as well.
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ross norton
a year ago
The venue seems like such a grand space, even more so at times than the Barclays Center. Even the people seem so refreshing and interesting it is fun to just people watch. The show I can to see was grand and the space showcasing it made it that much more fantastic. If you have time I recommend grabbing a bite to eat on the second floor before going to your show.
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Esther Brown
2 years ago
I love living near BAM -- so many interesting cultural happenings, from theater to opera to dance to music. Lots of inexpensive options and a diversity of offerings. Plus, the space is nice, and is surrounded by some great neighborhood restaurants like Olea, etc. Love going here for a movie, too -- always feels a bit fancy, which is fun.


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