How do I know where to sit/Where is the best place to sit?

Verizon Hall: Check your tickets for the seating section, door, and row. Ask the ushers if you are uncertain of where to go. View seating chart.

Field Concert Hall: Seating for alumni, student, family, and faculty recitals is general admission (unreserved) and first come, first served. Doors usually open approximately 30 minutes before the performance, and then you may sit wherever you wish. Field Concert Hall holds 240 seats, and there are no bad seats in the house. When a piano is featured, the best seats are generally considered just left of center, towards the front, so you can see the piano keyboard. For wheelchair seating, enter Curtis through the door to the left of the main entrance, and take the lift up to the ground-floor level. The majority of the seats are on the ground floor level. You may call the guard at (215) 893-5252 to meet you at the door and operate the lift. 

Curtis Opera Studio: This black-box space holds approximately 110 seats and is configured differently for each performance. The Curtis Opera Studio is not wheelchair-accessible. While there is an elevator to the third floor, there are five steps down and then four steps back up to get to the venue from the elevator.

Prince Theater: The Prince Theater will offer reserved seating; no general admission tickets will be availale for these performances. Check your tickets for the seating section, row, and seat number. Ask the ushers if you are uncertain of where to go. Doors usually open approximately 30 minutes before the performance.