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The Dessoff Choirs

Founded in 1924 by Margarete Dessoff, The Dessoff Choirs is known for pioneering performances of choral works from the pre-Baroque era through the 21st century. As one of New York City’s leading choruses, Dessoff presents its own concerts and frequently collaborates with other ensembles.

The Drawing Room

A rehearsal/performance space ideal for jazz, classical, and all acoustic music, conveniently located in downtown Brooklyn and easily accessible by 9 different train lines, The Drawing Room features a mint-condition Steinway model C (7'4"), an excellent jazz drum kit complete with all hardware and even a great set of cymbals, guitar and bass amps, and a PA speaker and microphone. The room is welcoming and intimate.

The Greenpoint Gallery

The Greenpoint Gallery is a non-profit gallery that exists to facilitate creativity in all disciplines by providing the perfect solution for New York City artists seeking an affordable and flexible performance, exhibition, and music rehearsal space in which to fulfill their visions. Along with two floors of spacious galleries and rehearsal space, several studios spaces are available for rotating artists in residence.

The Interchurch Center

Located on the Upper West Side of New York City, The Interchurch Center is a 19-story building which houses offices and agencies of various religions, and of ecumenical and interreligious organizations. The Interchurch Center offers a full schedule of exciting cultural art events throughout the calendar year. Programs take place on the main floor of the building in our professional Treasure Room and Corridor Galleries, or in our newly renovated Chapel.

The Jazz Gallery

The Jazz Gallery offers multiple programs, including performances, commissions and composers workshops. Its performance evenings feature both established and emerging jazz musicians.

The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College

The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College is one of New York City’s leading performing arts institutions and continues to honor its exceptional artistic heritage in hosting internationally-acclaimed artists and music, dance and theatre companies for New York audiences, as well as serving as the centerpiece for the performing arts at Hunter College.

The Kitchen

Home to some of the nation's finest experimental work, The Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance, Film and Literature is a performance laboratory where works by artists and companies are commissioned, developed and executed.

The Little Orchestra Society

Since 1947, The Little Orchestra Society has been challenging and inspiring the imaginations of audiences of all ages. With more than 40 concerts each year, LOS provides concert programs ranging from classical favorites to rarely performed works through the Vivaldi's Venice and Sound Discoveries series, as well as the popular Lolli-Pops and Happy Concerts series.

The Living Room

This intimate venue hosts heartfelt, acoustical performances seven nights a week to a mixed downtown crowd.

The National Opera America Center

OPERA America draws on resources and expertise from within and beyond the opera field to advance a mutually beneficial agenda that serves and strengthens the field through programs in the following categories: Creation, presentation and enjoyment.