Founded in 1969, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents annual series of concerts and educational events for listeners ranging from connoisseurs to chamber music newcomers of all ages.
Chamber Orchestra of New York was founded in honor of Ottorino Respighi - the preeminent early twentieth century Italian composer whose compositions bridge the classical and modern traditions. The orchestra’s programming presents great works of the 20th and 21st centuries, including film scores and rarely performed gems, alongside ancient music.
An ensemble of nationally and internationally recognized talent, Chamber Players International present 30 to 35 concerts per year in Westchester County, on Long Island and at various venues in New York City. During its International Series, the group welcomes top soloists from around the world to perform with them.
Chelsea Opera, a professional company presenting fully staged operas with chamber orchestra, was formed in 2004 by Lynne Hayden-Findlay and Leonarda Priore and has produced operas from among the standard rep and new works. It often performs at St. Peter's Church on 346 West 20th Street.
Nestled on the corner of Commerce Street in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre is a cultural landmark founded by Edna St. Vincent Millay in 1924 and continues to produce shows.
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.
St. Paul’s was built 1876-1884, by architect: Jeremiah O’Rourke. The outer facade is 13th-century old Gothic; the interior contains features of Byzantine style architecture.
Circuit Productions presents the uniquely American art forms of jazz and tap dance. Performances are for the most part by senior performing artists of color between the ages of 60 and 80.
For more than 30 years, New York Grand Opera has been producing free, fully staged and costumed operas with full orchestra in Central Park. Over the years, more than a million people have attended these performances, many of whom may never have had a chance to see a live opera if this free opportunity did not exist.