grand tier

grand tier

The tier immediately above the parterre in an opera house, theater, etc.
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It's Box Five, you know, the box on the grand tier, next to the stage-box, on the left.
The circle at the Town Hall and upper circle and grand tier of Symphony Hall will be off limits for the new season in September - unless there is demand.
The grand tier view is better and the sound is fantastic and, because of osteoarthritis, I need leg room and an aisle seat.
The Grand Tier at 1930 Broadway, a luxury rental developed and managed by Glenwood, has topped a new list of New York's most expensive rental buildings.
Price includes: - A Grand Tier seat with a face value of pounds 41 for an evening performance of The Phantom of the Opera at the Palace Theatre, Manchester on Saturday 28 April 2012.
We build with reasonable leverage and a smart cash flow; if we had put a lot of equity into a condo that was distressed right now, that would have been a problem," said Gary Jacob, Glenwood's executive vice president, during an interview last month with The Real Deal at the firm's Grand Tier at 1930 Broadway, a 232-unit luxury building across the street from Lincoln Center.
Afterwards, a cocktail reception on the grand tier of the theater lasted until well after 1 A.
Rolf was certainly toying with danger booking Girls Aloud to sing Jump - if I'd been in the Grand Tier I'd certainly have taken their advice.
Seats in the orchestra center or grand tier cost $15; in the orchestra far sides or the gallery, $12.
On the East Coast its portfolio features New York City's world-famous Rockefeller Center Ice Rink, Rock Center Cafe, The Sea Grill, Brasserie, Brasserie 8 u, Naples 45 and The Grand Tier Restaurant at the Metropolitan Opera .
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By placing the CBSO Youth and Children's choruses up in the grand tier their lusty singing acquired a vibrant immediacy far removed from the conventional sound of angelic young voices.