The Bloomingdale School of Music has been a standard bearer of music education since 1946. At its Upper West Side campus the school hosts classes for infants, children and adults that range from Suzuki method training to jazz performance. The school also hosts frequent performances by its students, faculty and alumni.
Around the corner from its namesame street, this venue offers excellent sight lines and sound to as many as 550 rock music fans, both from the main floor and from the balcony above. Both these floors, as well as the basement below, have full, low-lit bars.
C4 is a chorus that is directed and operated collectively by its singing members. It is one of the few choral groups in the nation to focus exclusively on the music of our time, performing only music written in the last 25 years, with particular emphasis on works by composer members of the chorus.
The Central City Chorus is one of the premier mid-sized choruses in New York City. Currently in residence at the historic St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church in Manhattan, the Chorus performs music of all periods, from a cappella compositions to works for chorus and orchestra, from countries around the world.
Chez Bushwick, an artist-run organization, is dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new choreography. The organization offers New York City's only $5 subsidy for rehearsal space. Chez Bushwick also produces monthly performance programs.
Through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs, the museum aims to inspire children and families to learn about themselves and a culturally diverse world.
The Composers Now Festival celebrates living composers, the diversity of their voices and the significance of their musical contributions to our society. During the month of February, Composers Now presents dozens of concerts in venues throughout the city. Get to know the creators behind the music—from jazz to indie to classical to electronic.
The Czech Center New York (CCNY) is a meeting place for Czech and local culture, a place where artists and professionals, Czech and non-Czech alike, can get to know each other and talk about their work, and produce work together, when the chance presents itself.
Dixon Place, an incubator for performing and literary artists since 1986, is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of dance, theater, music, puppetry, literature, performance, and visual art at all stages of development. Presenting over 700 artists each year, this local haven inspires and encourages diverse artists of all stripes and callings to take risks and push personal and professional limits.
DAC is a non-profit organization and our mission is to promote public appreciation for historical, contemporary and progressive arts. Currently, DAC does this through its singular program, KHORIKOS, an a cappella ensemble that enlists musicians from the New York City area who are professionally and passionately dedicated to cultivating distinctive interpretations of musical works ranging from medieval polyphony to contemporary sound sculpture.