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Trinity Wall Street

Trinity Church was designed by Richard Upjohn and completed in 1846. It is a classic example of Gothic Revival architecture. Permanent exhibits in its museum trace church history from the 1600s to the present. Free, weekly chamber and contemporary classical music recitals are performed every Thursday at 1 pm from September to May.

Turtle Bay Music School

Turtle Bay Music School was founded in 1925 to provide high-quality musical instruction and related musical experiences to motivated students of all ages and levels of ability. The school offers affordable private and group instruction for toddlers through adults, as well as public concerts and recitals by faculty and advanced students.

Ukrainian Institute of America (UIA)

Headquartered within a French Gothic-Style mansion on Museum Mile (Fifth Avenue) since 1955, the UIA promotes Ukrainian art, culture, music and literature.

Underworld Productions Opera Company

Under the Artistic Direction of Gina Crusco, Underworld Productions Opera was created in 2004 to produce operas that are outside the box of mainstream repertoire, including premieres of new works, under-represented works of past centuries, and updated stagings.

Uproar Art

Uproar Art is an all-purpose nonprofit art program for kids and teens in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Village Vanguard

For 70 years, The Village Vanguard has been the center of the known jazz universe to an international circle of musicians and music fans.

VisionIntoArt

From new music to politics, VIA challenges audiences to see and hear differently. A diverse, multidisciplinary collective, inhabiting sound and sharing process, VIA embraces the role of the artist as public intellectual and political commentator.

Voices of Ascension

Voices of Ascension Chorus and Orchestra, founded and directed by conductor Dennis Keene, is one of the world's premier professional choral ensembles.

Wagner Society of New York

This society furthers the appreciation and performance of the works of the great composer, Robert Wagner (1813-1883). Monthly programs include lectures, films, interviews, receptions, book signings, concerts, a major annual symposium and more.

Washington Heights Musical Society

Washington Heights Musical Society, based in upper Manhattan, is a series of concerts and educational workshops inspired by music in history. The society’s mission is to promote professional musicians of Washington Heights and to enrich the musical offerings of the neighborhood.