Symphony Space presents a full calendar of inexpensive‚ often free‚ programs. It presents over 200 music, dance, drama, literature, film and children's programs every year, including the annual Wall to Wall music marathons and Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story.
This cavernous venue in Hell's Kitchen hosts up to 3,000 revelers. The 40-foot ceilings allow for two lofty mezzanines, each equipped with full bars, excellent sight lines and assorted, tattered couches and tables for lounging.
Thalia Spanish Theatre, the only Hispanic theater in the borough of Queens, produces American and world premieres of bilingual plays by Spanish, Latin-American and Hispanic-American authors performed alternately in English and Spanish, and both traditional and new music and dance pieces.
The Jazz Gallery offers multiple programs, including performances, commissions and composers workshops. Its performance evenings feature both established and emerging jazz musicians.
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.
Town Hall was once a meeting place to rally around early 20th-century causes. It is the hall where African-American contralto Marian Anderson debuted when discrimination reigned elsewhere. Town Hall's vibrant progressive history lives on through its diverse programming in music, stand-up comedy and dance.
Headquartered within a French Gothic-Style mansion on Museum Mile (Fifth Avenue) since 1955, the UIA promotes Ukrainian art, culture, music and literature.
The gallery is part of the Westbeth Artists residential complex in the West Village. Monthly gallery exhibits feature both residents' work and those of invited artists and are usually curated by a resident artist. Literary readings and performance art take place in the community room.
World Concert Series presents World Music every other month in the Blessed Sacrament Church on the Upper West Side. All ticket proceeds go to local children's charities.