Now in its second century of service, the School provides instruction in music and dance to more than 5,000 students of all ages at its school on East 11th Street and through 28 partnerships with schools and community centers primarily on Manhattan's Lower East Side as well as Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
Topaz Arts provides public programs in contemporary dance and visual arts.
Town Hall was once a meeting place to rally around early 20th-century causes. It is the hall where African-American contralto Marian Anderson debuted when discrimination reigned elsewhere. Town Hall's vibrant progressive history lives on through its diverse programming in music, stand-up comedy and dance.
The company begins each performance with a workshop in which the performers teach the audience parts of the dance they will view. Treehouse Shakers is unique in its offering young audiences a guided look at modern dance through meaningful and fun storytelling.
Trinayan Dance Theater's mission is to perform and celebrate Indian Odissi, invoking the imagination, exploring the sacred, and dancing through the primordial rhythms of nature and humanity.
The Trisha Brown Dance Company was founded in 1970. A MacArthur genius grant recipient, Brown is considered one of America's foremost modern dance choreographers.
The founders of Triskelion Arts, members of the dance collective KICK STAND DANCE, opened the doors to Triskelion Arts in October of 2000, which soon became company quarters and an affordable rehearsal and performance space for hundreds of other working artists from Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs.
This Latin dance studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn is dedicated to helping young people ages four and up have fun while learning to dance.
United Palace Cathedral is a Spiritual and multicultural community of Light and Love guided by the Ancient Wisdom Principles and Universal Laws. As a global community, we manifest the magnetic and creative Power of God and express the Beloved community by honoring and celebrating the many expressions of God represented in the many faith and cultural traditions.
Founded by artistic director Daniel Catanach in order to make traditional dance accessible to a contemporary urban audience, Urban Ballet Theater uses dancers who have grown up in Catanach's inner-city, after-school programs.