Across the street from City Hall, this 659-seat venue is the site of a range of performances, from jazz to Chinese drama, from baroque dance to chamber music. It's perhaps best known for its modern dance offerings and Highlights in Jazz series. It is also home to the Bravo television show Inside the Actors Studio with James Lipton.
SAB, located at New York City's Lincoln Center, is today the premier ballet academy in the United States, training more students who go on to become professional dancers than any other school. SAB's former students fill the ranks of the New York City Ballet and other leading U.S. and international ballet companies.
Shen Wei Dance Arts is internationally recognized for its interdisciplinary cross-cultural performances, which have been described as breathtaking, powerful, and riveting. Each work unveils an original movement vocabulary combined with elements of film, theater, new media, and visual art.
Located in a series of old warehouses in the Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO, Smack Mellon Studios was founded by a musician and an artist to create a meeting ground for divergent art forms. Smack Mellon Studios holds an exhibition space, an artists studio program and a performance space for theater, music and dance groups.
Solar One is NYC's first green energy, arts and education center, including a sustainably-managed park and a solar-powered class room and event space that hosts outdoor cultural and sustainability events during the summer months. Solar One’s mission is to empower people with the knowledge and resources to unleash and build sustainability in their communities.
Art, film, fashion, gastronomy, literature, music, performing arts...your source of Spanish culture by The Consulate General of Spain in New York City.
Founded in 2009, Spark Movement Collective (Spark) has quickly become a fixture on New York City’s independent, contemporary dance scene. Established with a mission to create accessible dance experiences, Spark is focused on developing innovative pieces that connect with the everyday lives of its audience members and community.
A staple of the Park Slope community since 1979, Spoke the Hub offers performance series, dance classes, a film series and more.
The unofficial cultural center for the East Village and still an active Episcopal parish, the church hosts dance programs through the Danspace Project, and poetry readings through the Poetry Project.
This international troupe performs classical and original ballet works and provides dance training and performances through its professional school at its Staten Island facility, and offers ballet programs in New York City public schools.