Spark: Your Sense of Hearing
August 16, 2012 2:43 pm ET
We hope you’ve enjoyed our celebration of the spunky Chevy Spark with a look at New York City through your sense of touch, taste and smell. Today GM Northeast celebrates your sense of “hearing” with a look at 3 great music venues that are sure to get your ears tingling. We hope this really “sparks” your sense of hearing!
-Alice Tully Hall- With all the joie de vivre of Broadway and the grand grandiose nature of Madison Square Garden it’s easy to forget the soulfully elegant sounds of the symphony. Visit Lincoln Center and choose the road less traveled; instead of the grand ballroom try the Alice Tully Hall. This small venue within Lincoln Center will offer for the most intimate setting where the sweet sounds of the orchestra will envelop you.
-Blue Note- After you’re finished listening to some of the world’s greatest scored masterpieces, take a trip to Blue Note, one of the jazz capitals of the world where improvisation is king. With nightly appearances by jazz legends from around the world, Blue Note has solidified itself as the jazz Mecca of New York City. Let the cool horns soothe you as the low and slow bass carries you away.
-Bowery Ballroom- For a more upbeat tempo in a comparably elegant space, make the trip to the Bowery Ballroom for live music 7 nights a week. Built right before the stock market crash in 1929, the Bowery Ballroom has a rich history in entertainment including appearances in Coyote Ugly and Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. With a diverse list of bands simply visit their website and pick the music that speaks to you.
Enjoy these experiences and make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the Chevy Spark.