Mon & Wed: 12 pm-8 pm Tues & Thurs: 10 am-6 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe Yorkville Branch of the New York Public Library is considered one of New York's most elegant turn of the century adaptations of Palladian-inspired architecture. Designed by architect James Brown Lord, the branch officially opened on December 13, 1902. The building is a designated New York City Landmark and is listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. The library's interior was extensively renovated in 1986-87. The branch's adult, young adult, and reference collections are located on the first floor. The children's ...
You Should Be Dancing…..! is a social dance studio. We are dedicated to having fun and helping people meet their dancing goals. We believe that in order to achieve the rewards of dancing, it should be a pleasant learning experience in a modern, friendly atmosphere. We not only teach dancing, but show you how to practice on your own. You proceed at your own pace and have the option of learning in private or group settings.Class sizes are limited for best results. Each student will be given pers
Young Audiences New York is one of New York City’s oldest and most well-respected arts education organizations. Our programs connect highly skilled teaching artists with schools and communities throughout the country. We take pride in understanding a partner’s objectives and needs and fulfilling those goals with our diverse program offerings.
The Young Choreographer's Festival presents the work of up-and-coming young choreographers, ages 18-25.
Young Concert Artists was founded in 1961 to discover and launch the careers of brilliant but unknown young classical musicians from all over the world.
Young Dancers In Repertory provides classes in creative movement, modern dance, ballet and ethnic dance for children of all ages. Its teenage touring ensemble has staged performances since 1985 in a variety of venues, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Henry Street Settlement.
Young People’s Chorus of New York City provides children of all cultural and economic backgrounds with a program of music education and choral performance that seeks to fulfill each child’s potential, while creating a model of artistic excellence and diversity that enriches the community.
Young Playwrights introduces young people to writing for the theater and for themselves. Founded by Stephen Sondheim in 1981, Young Playwrights offers many celebrated programs for young people and teachers, and is a model for playwright development programs across the U.S. and Canada.
This nonprofit organization sponsors a variety of cultural events in the New York City area to support worthy charitable institutions.