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St. Luke‚ currently performs approximately 75 orchestral, chamber and educational concerts each year in addition to being artist-in-residence at the Caramoor International Music Festival every summer.
The Peoples' Voice Cafe has its roots in a time-honored tradition combining culture with political activity. The cafe is dedicated to creating, supporting, promoting and performing progressive music and culture.
Performance Space 122 is a not-for-profit arts center in New York City, serving the dance and performance community. Over the past 30 years what was once an abandoned school has become a presenter of experimental and alternative performance and a home to countless emerging artists.
The Phoenix Concerts advocates contemporary concert music of the broadest stylistic range, presenting programs that reflect the evolving nature of music in our time.
A broad range of performing arts disciplines‚ drama, dance, music, performance art, troupe comedy, children's events‚ from a host of multicultural companies are presented in either the 476-seat Main Stage Theatre or the 100-seat cabaret/black box studio.
To the left of the quadrangle in the center of campus, you will see stairs going up. Climb the stairs to the top of the hill and proceed to the right of the art gallery to the Student Union Lounge directly in front of you -- 50 yards away. It is an orange brick building.
The Queensborough Performing Arts Center presents world-class entertainment in a wide variety of genres including theatre, popular music, dance and opera.
Internationally known Quintet of the Americas is Queens’ own premiere woodwind quintet. They specialize in music from the Western hemisphere. Members are Karla Moe, flute, Matt Sullivan, oboe, Nicholas Gallas, clarinet, Barbara Oldham, horn and Gina Cuffari, bassoon. They are currently in residence in The Department of Music and Performing Arts in The Steinhardt School at New York University.