Tarrytown Music Hall

Tarrytown Music Hall


Tarrytown Music Hall

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Tarrytown Music Hall, located in Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York, is one of the oldest surviving theatres in Westchester County and has served as a venue for great musicians such as Dave Brubeck, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis and many others. In 1885, William L. Wallace, a local chocolate manufacturer had the idea to build a theater in the heart of Tarrytown.

It was built in 1885 and is a -story, seven-bays-wide and three-bays-deep Queen Anne–style building. It is built of brick on a limestone foundation and has a slate-covered gable roof. Parts of the building are of stucco and half-timber on a brick foundation and hipped roof with a narrow, cast-iron parapet railing. The building included commercial space, as well as an entertainment area altered to accommodate motion pictures in 1901 and later remodeled in 1922. See also:

Designed by distinguished architects Theodore DeLemos & August Cordes, who also built New York City’s Grand Central Palace and the Macy’s building at Herald Square, the Music Hall’s facade is considered to be one of the finest examples of Queen Anne decorative brick work in the county. Its interior is a combination of Victorian and Art Deco design. At the time of its opening, the “Millionaire’s Colony” was flourishing in the Hudson Valley and the Music Hall offered wealthy and middle class residents a venue for cultural...
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