S.E.M. Ensemble has established itself as one of the distinguished ensembles for new music in the U.S., maintaining a continuous schedule of concerts in New York, touring annually in Europe and also performing in South America and Japan.
The Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company seeks to bridge Japanese culture both past and present with western dance forms. In New York the company has performed at Japan Society, Asia Society, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and the World Trade Center. It has offered arts-in-education programs since 1978.
The Shrine Church, located in the SoHo (Greenwich Village) section of Manhattan, in New York City, on the corner of West Houston and Sullivan Streets, is staffed by the Franciscan Friars (Order of Friars Minor), Province of the Immaculate Conception. Established in 1866, it is the oldest existing parish founded for ministry to Italian immigrants in the United States.
This Lutheran church was erected as a bold architectural statement in the 1970s. Its flexible interior allows for worship services as well as art events and exhibitions.
This church on Fifth Avenue presents a highly acclaimed concert series sung by the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, conducted by John Scott. It is best known for its annual performance of Handel's Messiah.
The Amabassador Concierge Center of Saks Fifth Avenue helps visitors to navigate their shopping experience at Saks, as well as the rest of their trip to New York.
This artists club offers free visual art exhibitions that are open to the public, as well as lectures, demonstrations and drop-in art classes by members.
A gallery space built within the family home of Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, Salon 94 offers an alternative to conventional white box galleries and an opportunity for visitors to experience artworks and performances in a furnished, inhabited space. The gallery represents artists such as Marilyn Minter, Lorna Simpson and Aida Ruilova.