Ballet Tech encompasses a professional dance company and a tuition-free school. This diverse, urban company performs a repertoire of Eliot Feld's extensive range of ballets at the Joyce Theater every 12-36 months. The school provides a continuum of training – beginner to advanced – entirely tuition-free for talented public school kids. Each year 30,000 kids audition and 550 enroll.
BalletCollective brings together artists, poets, composers, choreographers, and designers to collaborate as equals, exchanging ideas to absorb each others’ influence throughout the creation of distinctive works of art. Founded by Troy Schumacher in 2010, BalletCollective has produced the collaborative work of over 30 artists.
BAMkids offers year-round arts events for kids ages 1 to 13 years—performances, workshops, and films that inspire creative thinking, engage personal responsibility, and get kids up and learning on their feet.
BAC serves as a creative laboratory, meeting place and performance space for artists from around the world. BAC also presents contemporary, innovative work at low or no cost to to the public.
Every year, Batoto Yetu provides more than 300 hours of free dance instruction to underprivileged youth from the five boroughs of New York. Classes are held in Harlem every Saturday.
Battery Dance Company is dedicated to the pursuit of artistic excellence and the availability of the Arts to everyone. An integral part of the fabric of New York City for 35 years, Battery supports the creative process; educates children in the New York City schools; enriches the general public through local programs and performances, national and international tours, and international arts exchange programs.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a nurturing, year-round, performance, rehearsal and educational venue in Brooklyn that encourages artistic risk-taking and stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
On the 43-acre campus of Bronx Community College and overlooking the Harlem River, the consortium provides access to free art exhibitions and music and dance programs to Bronx residents of all ages.
This 2,894 seat, three-tiered theater opened in 1929 to present motion pictures and vaudeville entertainment. The ornately decorated, neo-Grecian venue is most famous, however, as a music hall, which has been its primary offering since the 1970s.