Concerts and music classes take place in this venue of the Greenwich House organization.
Harlem Stage is Harlem's principal performing arts center. Its two venues, the Gatehouse and the three-theater Aaron Davis Hall complex, serve ethnically diverse audiences with performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings and performance art.
THE HIGH BRIDGE BRANCH IS CLOSED FOR RENOVATION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE In 1975, the original Highbridge branch was demolished and rebuilt, and the library reopened to the public on October 25, 1976. Fully accessible to persons who use wheelchairs, the branch houses adult, young adult and children's collections. A meeting room near the front of the library is available for community group meetings as well as library programs. For more information on the branch, click here.
Housed among Jazz at Lincoln Center's three performing spaces, the organization's educational facility is comprised of acoustically treated multi-functional classrooms, rehearsal and small reception areas. The largest room functions as a full service recording facility, one of the largest recording studios in New York City. This room features a sprung wooden dance floor, an intimate observation balcony and enough capacity for an entire symphony orchestra. The studio is wired to all of the Jazz at Lincoln Center performance spaces in order to facilitate of professional recording.
The academy hosts events, such as films, lectures and concerts.
The Jazz Gallery offers multiple programs, including performances, commissions and composers workshops.
In addition to its radio and online programming, New York Public Radio engages audiences in person at The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the station’s street-level, state-of-the-art broadcast studio and performance venue.
Mon: 12 pm - 8 pm Tues - Thurs: 11 am-6 pm Fri: 1 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The Hunt's Point Branch of the New York Public Library, designed by CarrÃ¨re and Hastings and built in the architectural style of 14th-century Florence, features spacious windows and large arches of warm red brick. It was completed in 1929 as the last of the 39 branches built with the gift from Andrew Carnegie. Located on the first floor are the adult collection, an extensive reference collection and a separate area for teenagers. The second floor houses the Children's Room as well as ...
Opened in 1998, Joe's Pub at the Public Theater offers a classy, hip cabaret environment.
Particularly during the pastorates of Bob Spike (1949-55) and Howard Moody (1956-92), Judson Church became known as a venue for avant-garde arts and a foe of art censorship. These activities continue today, as Judson makes its facilities available to a wide variety of artists in dance, theater, music, and visual arts of diverse styles.