Founded in 1983, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana is a performance group dedicated to fostering the art of flamenco. The company performs in New York and tours internationally and conducts extensive arts education and community programs.
The Flea Theater, under the leadership of artistic director Jim Simpson and producing director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York's leading Off Off Broadway companies. Established in 1996, the Flea is the winner of numerous Obie Awards, an Otto Award and a special Drama Desk Award for outstanding achievement.
Dharma Swara offers education in and performances of traditional, contemporary and experimental works for Balinese gamelan (dance, music and theater) ensemble.
Harbor Conservatory helps young people gain a deeper appreciation of music, dance and theater through individual and group instruction, special ensembles, public performances, master classes, and faculty and guest artist recitals.
The High Line is a public park built on an historic railroad viaduct elevated above the streets on the West Side of Manhattan.
I Giullari di Piazza presents southern Italian folk music, ritual dance and theater works as well as new works. The company is in residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
The Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC) supports artistic disciplines in classical, fusion, folk and innovative forms influenced by the arts of India. The organization works with colleagues around the United States to broaden audiences and to create a network for shared information, resources and funding.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in September of 2004, relocating to the Lower East Side in January 2011. The gallery presents solo and group exhibitions of emerging artists from around the world.
Dance, music and theater are presented in this 2,300-seat concert hall at Lehman College in the Bronx.
A world of entertainment awaits audiences at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, located on the Lehman College campus, part of the City University of New York, near Van Cortlandt Park. Since 1980, the Lehman Center has been presenting performances from around the world in its 2,300-seat concert hall.