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Baby Got Bach

Curated by the pianist Orli Shaham, Baby Got Bach begins with BackStage Up Front, where kids ages 3-6 have a chance to play with real instruments under the guidance of professional musicians. Then it is on to the stage to enjoy a listening tour of great live chamber music.

Bang on a Can

Since its inception in 1987, the organization has presented more than 150 musical events in New York and it has served as an alternative to mainstream classical music institutions.

Barbes

Barbès is a bar and performance space located in the South Slope part of Brooklyn.

Barclays Center

In the heart of Brooklyn, at the crossroads of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues, Barclays Center is setting a new standard as the showcase venue for the world’s most thrilling entertainment and sports events.

Bargemusic

Bargemusic is a 102-foot coffee barge that has been converted into a floating concert hall for chamber music. It offers concerts every week, 52 weeks a year in an acoustically rich room with 130 seats.

Barnard College

Enter Barnard‚ gates at 117th and Broadway and the experience is unique. Immediately obvious is how picturesque and green their four-acre campus is, and how intimate it feels in the midst of New York City.

Baryshnikov Arts Center

BAC serves as a creative laboratory, meeting place and performance space for artists from around the world. BAC also presents contemporary, innovative work at low or no cost to to the public.

Batoto Yetu

Every year, Batoto Yetu provides more than 300 hours of free dance instruction to underprivileged youth from the five boroughs of New York. Classes are held in Harlem every Saturday.

BCC Music, Art and Dance Consortium

On the 43-acre campus of Bronx Community College and overlooking the Harlem River, the consortium provides access to free art exhibitions and music and dance programs to Bronx residents of all ages.

Beacon Theatre

This 2,894 seat, three-tiered theater opened in 1929 to present motion pictures and vaudeville entertainment. The ornately decorated, neo-Grecian venue is most famous, however, as a music hall, which has been its primary offering since the 1970s.