New Musica nightclub opens in Hell’s Kitchen in New York

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New York’s newest nightclub brings a little slice of Italy to Manhattan’s West Side. Musica, a new entertainment venue opening in Hell’s Kitchen, is coming to New York straight from Riccione, Italy’s nightlife capital.

The club consists of three parts. The Whisper Room is an opulent ground floor lounge with private booths, a stage and a bar. The ground floor includes two bars, three spaces, a VIP lounge and much more. And there’s also an open-air rooftop with a view of the Hudson River.

The 25,000 square foot venue is a collaboration between Giuseppe Cipriani and Italian entrepreneur Tito Pinton. It occupies the space of the former Prince Club.

“Musica started as an ambitious project between Giuseppe Cipriani and me in early 2020. After a successful debut in our original location in Riccione, which is widely known as the nightlife capital of Italy, we knew that ‘it was time to bring the concept to New York,” Tito Pinton said in a press release. “With the support and partnership of nightlife powerhouses like Susanne Bartsch, Lady Fag, Rocco Ancarola and Francesco Belcaro, Musica offers New Yorkers a nightlife experience like never before, including premium hospitality and service, unique immersive experiences, and top-tier entertainment. .”

Musica is open Thursday through Sunday from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. at 637 West 50th Street in Manhattan.

Check out some photos of the new location below:

Jerry C. Greiner