The Caribbean Cultural Center focuses on the cultural activities of African descendants in the Americas, celebrating their rich traditions in music, dance, art, literature and belief systems. The center hosts art exhibitions, gallery talks and conferences, film screenings and an annual outdoor festival based on African celebrations.
Carnegie Hall presents close to 200 performances by the world's finest artists each season on its three great stages‚ the renowned Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, intimate Weill Recital Hall and innovative Zankel Hall.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is the largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world and the seat of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. On display throughout the cathedral is a remarkable collection of religious icons, tapestries and paintings from the 16th through 20th centuries.
The Cecilia Chorus of New York was founded in 1906 as the St. Cecilia Chorus. The Chorus has won recognition as a prominent performing arts organization in New York City and has left its mark on American musical history.
Center 548 is 35,000 square feet of clean, open space in the midst of galleries in the Chelsea Arts District. The event venue is for rentals and occupies the former DIA Center for the Arts and opened in September 2010.
The center presents new American opera and assists composers with their work by providing staged readings with full orchestra and cast. They also educate the public about contemporary opera through lectures, panel discussions, previews and its publication, Opera Today.
The center has presented over 750 concerts, festivals, concert tours and collaborations with artists, cultural activists and educational institutions from a variety of cultures. The center develops its programs based on ethnic musical and dance forms that are unique to New York‚ diverse communities.
This umbrella organization for musicians, venues and faith-based institutions promotes jazz performance in Brooklyn through fundraisers, a Web site and a monthlong festival—the CBJC Jazz Festival—which takes place each April at various Brooklyn venues.
The Central City Chorus is one of the premier mid-sized choruses in New York City. Currently in residence at the historic St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church in Manhattan, the Chorus performs music of all periods, from a cappella compositions to works for chorus and orchestra, from countries around the world.