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92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Av at 92 St, Manhattan
Concert series features orchestral and chamber music, jazz piano, string quartets, young concert artists. Poetry Center organizes readings by some of the world's greatest poets and writers.
Aaron Davis Hall
CCNY, W 135th St at Convent Av, Manhattan
Performance home for over 35 arts organizations.
Arts at St. Ann's
38 Water St, Brooklyn
Musical performance space: blues, jazz, musical theater, rock and chamber music.
Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn
Chamber music performed on renovated Erie Lackawanna Railroad barge at foot of Brooklyn Bridge. Spectacular views.
near Times Sq and Duffy Sq, Manhattan
Theater district is located north of Times Square. Half price tickets are available to many shows on the day of performance at the TKTS booth, in Duffy Square.
Brooklyn Academy of Music
30 Lafayette Av, Brooklyn
Opened in 1861, America's oldest performing arts center, features internationally known artists performing contemporary music, dance, theater and opera.
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn
154 West 57 St, Manhattan
The renovated music hall continues to attract the world's best symphony orchestras and individual performers. Tours are available.
175 Eighth Av at 19 St, Manhattan
One of NYC's leading venues for visiting contemporary dance companies.
Hunter College, 695 Park Av Manhattan
Each season The Kaye Playhouse, named after entertainers Danny and Sylvia Kaye, hosts over 200 events, bringing an eclectic mix of live performances.
Kupferberg Center for the Arts
65-30 Kissena Blvd, Queens
Home of Queens Symphony Orchestra and Queens Philharmonic. Venues for pop and classical music, jazz, dance, comedy and children's programs.
74A East 4 St, Manhattan
Presents the works of new playwrights, directors, designers and performers; showcases the international avant-garde.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Columbus Av btw 62 and 66th Sts, Manhattan
The pre-eminent performing arts center in the United States.
Merkin Concert Hall
129 West 67 St, Manhattan
Concert hall, venue for chamber music concerts and recitals.
New York Shakespeare Festival (Public Theater)
425 Lafayette St, Manhattan
Since 1962, annual free summer series of Shakespearean plays at the outdoor Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
The People's Improv Theatre
123 East 24th Street, Manhattan
This theatre and school is dedicated to the instruction, performance, and development of original comedy/comedic arts.
Radio City Music Hall
Sixth Av at 50 St, Manhattan
This art-deco landmark theater, home of the Rockettes, is the site of year-round entertainment as well as the famous Christmas and Easter shows.
2537 Broadway at 95 St, Manhattan
Music, dance, drama, literature, film and children's programs.
Thalia Spanish Theatre
41-17 Greenpoint Av, Queens
Classic and contemporary plays and zarzuelas are presented year-round.
123 West 43 St, Manhattan
This concert hall, a National Historic Site, hosts contemporary and classical performances.
Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers St, Manhattan
Home to "Kids Arts Tribeca" and venue for international theater, dance and music performances.
Vivian Beaumont Theater (Lincoln Center)
Lincoln Center, Manhattan
Home of Lincoln Center Theater Company.
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