This edifice opened in March of 1833 and resembles the simplicity of that period. With excellent acoustics, the church has continued high quality music programs, with various choruses and chorales performing frequently. Its own adult vested choir sings the classic Catholic repertoire each Sunday at the 11:30 am mass.
Circle in the Square Theatre School uses traditional and experimental approaches to train actors and singers for work in professional theater, film and television.
Compton Hall and its adjoining Goethals Hall, which used to house the School of Technology, now house offices, classrooms, studios and a gallery space for the college’s Art and Theatre Departments.
Mon & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Tues & Wed: 1 pm-6 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The City Island Branch of the New York Public Library is located in the center of a mile-long island off the coast of the Bronx in the Long Island Sound. It has served City Island since 1911, opening at its current location in 1970. The branch has separate reference and children's sections, and a backyard reading garden for summertime children's story hours. A new community room can accommodate 45 people for programs and meetings. The branch is fully accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. ...
City Lights offers after-school and weekend theater classes to children in an effort to develop teamwork, confidence, responsibility and a greater sense of self.
CITYarts brings people together through the creation of public art that improves the quality of life in their communities.
Citywide Youth Opera offers young singers in-depth musical, dramatic and interpretive training, culminating in a public performance of operatic works by the great composers from the Baroque through contemporary periods. The program is open to students ages 14 to 21.
Art Adventures is a unique professional artist and medium-based art program which is educational AND engaging! Each child develops confidence and skill by facing art challenges, exploring myriad materials, art language (even French!) & critical thinking skills. Whether building art portfolios or simply enjoying a freedom of expression in the arts, we go beyond school curricula, include visiting artists and museum trips, and provide ample supplies for unique hands-on learning experiences.
Claire’s Creative Adventures are unique professional artist or theme-based art projects and museum tours that are educational AND engaging! In a classroom, museum or party environment children ages 2-12 (and adults!) are introduced to modern and contemporary artists and diverse cultures based on current exhibits from the myriad of NYC museums and galleries.
The Clarion Music Society is unique in its commitment to performing lost or neglected works from the 18th and 19th centuries as well as well-known masterworks from these periods that are rarely heard on authentic instruments.