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The Cathedral Church of St John the Divine, New York

PLANNING YOUR TRIP
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Solstice Celebrations
Paul Winter with Sun Gong (Photo © Jeff Day)
Paul Winter and the Sun Gong during the Winter Solstice Celebration. Photo © Jeff Day


The New York Premiere of THE WORLD TREE featuring Paul Winter and the Earth Band is on 11 January 2003 in the Cathedral.



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Cathedral of St John the Divine

Artist-in-Residence at New York's Cathedral of St.John the Divine, Paul Winter has frequently recorded within the magnificent acoustic space of this, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. His Summer (in June) and Winter (in December) Solstice Celebration, and his EARTH MASS on the first Sunday in October are perhaps the best-known of the several annual performances which Paul Winter gives in the Cathedral of St.John the Divine.

The Cathedral of St John the Divine is located at W.112th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, one block east of Broadway, at:
1047 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, New York 10025

How to reach the Cathedral
  • by PUBLIC TRANSPORT
    Mass Transit from Metropolitan Area Suburbs
    Mass Transit from within New York City
  • by CAR
    By car from New Jersey, and New York State West of the Hudson River
    By car from Connecticut, and New York State East of the Hudson River (including Long Island)
  • by TAXI

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    How to Reach the Cathedral

    BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
    1. Mass Transit from Metropolitan Area Suburbs:

    By MetroNorth Commuter Railroad:

    Hudson, Harlem or New Haven Lines to Grand Central Station. Check the online schedule or call (800)METRO-INFO or, in New York City, (212)532-4900 for more information.

    By Subway From Grand Central Station:
    S (Shuttle) train to Times Square, then 1 or 9 uptown to 110th Street .

    By Long Island Railroad:
    Any branch to Penn. Station, New York City. Check the online schedule or call (516)822-5477 for more information.

    By New Jersey Transit:
    Due to the variation of lines and terminuses, we suggest you visit the New Jersey Transit web site, or call (800)626-7433 for more information.

    By Subway From Penn Station:
    1 or 9 uptown to 110th Street.

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    2. Mass Transit from within New York City
    (See more information about New York City Transport)

    By subway - take the 1 or 9 train to the 110th Street / Cathedral Parkway station.
    See the New York City subway map

    By bus - take the 4 or 104 to Broadway and 112th Street or the 11 to Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street.
    See the Manhattan bus map


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    BY TAXI
    Cab Service to and from the Cathedral within Manhattan is easily available.

    DIRECTIONS BY CAR
    1. By car from New Jersey, and New York State West of the Hudson River:
    Take the George Washington Bridge (I-95 north), to the Henry Hudson Parkway south (Rt. 9A south, also known in Manhattan as the West Side Highway). Follow Henry Hudson Parkway south to 125th Street exit. Proceed a short distance along Hudson River to W.125th Street. Take a left on W.125th St. At third light, make a right (downtown) onto Amsterdam Ave. Continue uphill 13 blocks to the Cathedral, on the left (east) at W.112th and Amsterdam Ave.

    2. By car from Connecticut, and New York State East of the Hudson River (including Long Island):
    Take the Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 south) or the Saw Mill River Parkway(south) to the Henry Hudson Parkway south (Rt. 9A, also known in Manhattan as the West Side Highway). Follow Henry Hudson Parkway south to 125th Street exit. Proceed a short distance along Hudson River to W.125th Street. Take a left on W.125th St. At third light, make a right (downtown) onto Amsterdam Ave. Continue uphill 13 blocks to the Cathedral, on the left (east) at W.112th and Amsterdam Ave.

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    Parking

    There is no public parking on the grounds of the Cathedral. Street parking in the immediate neighborhood of the Cathedral at W.112th St. and Amsterdam Ave. is more easily available than in most of Manhattan, particularly for those who arrive well before show time. As an alternative, there is ample garage parking available at three nearby facilities, listed in order of their proximity. Please call to confirm details:

  • West 112th Street Garage Corp. 512 West 112th Street (between Broadway & Amsterdam) 212 865 1754. Cars & mini vans only
  • Parking Garage Corp. 234 West 108th St. (between Broadway & Amsterdam) 212 222 8800. Cars & mini vans only
  • Yorkshire Parking 108th St. (between Amsterdam & Columbus) 212 865 2314. Can accommodate full size vans. Open 24 hours.

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    Hotels
  • NewYork Hotels at
    New York Today, the New York Times' online guide
  • Database of hotels worldwide at
    TravelNow
  • HotelsTravel - worldwide database

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