Since its inception in 1981, the Blue Note has become a jazz destination in Greenwich Village, a place where audiences can see top musicians perform in a close, comfortable setting. Over the years, artists such as Sarah Vaughn, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Stanley Turrentine, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, and Tito Puente have graced the club's stage.
An intimate take on Hammerstein ballroom for circus stars, human oddities, and avant-garde thespians from France, Russia, and even Brighton Beach.
A new club from the owners of Webster Hall.
Best known for its TKTS Discount Booths that offer tickets to theater and dance in New York City, TDF is a nonprofit organization that aims to make the theater experience available to all.
For 70 years, The Village Vanguard has been the center of the known jazz universe to an international circle of musicians and music fans.
A not for profit arts organization whose 25-year-old mission is to sponsor cultural events at Westbeth Artists Housing/Center for the Arts, WARC provides free programming of dance and music festivals, exhibitons, readings, screenings and performances.