During the week of October 15-22, 2013, the creativity of Brazil will take over New York in a hub on West Broadway, and in simultaneous activities happening at exclusive satellites throughout the city.
This community development program fosters a number of programs in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood.
The storied jazz club named for Charlie Parker features jazz greats, Broadway performers and its own house band.
Established in 1961, The Bitter End is the oldest rock-and-roll club in New York City. The classic red brick stage backdrop and intimate vibe make this historic venue almost as iconic as its headliners.
The Bloomingdale School of Music has been a standard bearer of music education since 1946. At its Upper West Side campus the school hosts classes for infants, children and adults that range from Suzuki method training to jazz performance. The school also hosts frequent performances by its students, faculty and alumni.
Blue Man Group is a creative organization dedicated to creating excitement-generating experiences for their audience and themselves. Blue Man Group performs throughout the US and internationally.
Blue Note Entertainment Group was founded in 1981 by Danny Bensusan with the opening of the legendary Blue Note jazz club in New York's Greenwich Village.
Bond Street Theatre creates non-verbal, physical, visual and musical performances that cross cultural borders. It initiates theater-based projects for education, healing and empowerment in conflict zones and other critical areas worldwide. Current focus areas are Afghanistan, India and Myanmar. Projects feature creative collaboration with local artists, teacher training and workshops for children, women and disadvantaged communities.
Boricua College has two galleries, one in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn, that focus on Puerto Rican art and artists. The college chorus emphasizes Puerto Rican and Hispanic music and composers, and its Puerto Rican Folk Art Festival is celebrated every November as part of Puerto Rican Heritage Month.
Around the corner from its namesame street, this venue offers excellent sight lines and sound to as many as 550 rock music fans, both from the main floor and from the balcony above. Both these floors, as well as the basement below, have full, low-lit bars.