Tilles Center, Brookville, Long Island
A Season of Outstanding Musical, Dance and Comedy Performances at
Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, on the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University in Brookville, Long Island, NY. (516-299-3100)
Tanglewood will give your camp group an opportunity to hear some well-known classical artists and performances by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, as well as other types of music, including jazz and modern. 297 West St., Lenox, MA 01240. 617-638-9345. Cost: Fee.
Berrie Center for the Performing Arts
The Berrie Center includes The Sharp Theater, a 350-seat proscenium theater engineered without obstructions to visibility or sound; The Myron and Elaine Adler Theater, a blackbox theater which can seat up to 100 and The Kresge and Pascal Art Galleries, open Tuesdays through Fridays, 1 to 5 pm.
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Sharp Theater, Berrie Center @ Ramapo College, 505 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahwah, NJ (201-684-7844)
Kean University Stages, Elizabeth
Quality entertainment close to home. Artists not just from across the river but from around the globe perform at Kean Uiniversity. So make time to see a season of world-class performances and learn more about our campus and programs.
Kean University, Route 439 (North Ave) & Route 82 (Morris Avenue), Elizabeth, NJ (908-737-SHOW - 7469)
McCarter Theatre Center Princeton
McCarter Theatre Center is one of the most active cultural centers in the nation, offering over 200 performances of theater, dance, music and special events each year. Over 200,000 people come to McCarter each season from all twenty-one counties in New Jersey as well as Pennsylvania, New York and 23 additional states.
McCarter Theatre Center, 91 University Place, Princeton, NJ. (1-888-ARTSWEB)
Matthews Theatre [Tickets: $40, $50, $58]
Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall Princeton
As one of the most historic and recognizable structures on the Princeton campus, Alexander Hall was chosen by the U.S. Postal Service to appear on a postcard commemorating Princeton’s 250th anniversary in 1996.
Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall, 68 Nassau Street. Princeton, NJ (609-258-9220)
The David and Carol Lackland Center
Special events include everything from The New Jersey Ballet's Don Quixote to a Louis Armstrong Tribute and the Nai - Ni Chen Dance Company's family production, The First Chinese New Year. Whether its theatre, dance, music events or free wheeling jazz, there is something for every appetite and every pocketbook.
Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, NJ (908-979-0900) CLICK for show schedule
Aaron Davis Hall
An innovative two-theatre performing arts complex that presents an ambitious, year-round calendar of public performances and exhibitions by students as well as professional artists, and serves as the cultural hub of upper Manhattan and Harlem.
Aaron Davis Hall, 150 Convent Avenue, NYC. (212-650-5411) CLICK for DETAILS
Moored in Brooklyn just under the Brooklyn Bridge, Bargemusic presents great music up to five days a week, every week of the year. Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge into a “wonderfully intimate wood-paneled room with thrilling views of lower Manhattan and excellent acoustics.
Bargemusic, Fulton Ferry Landing near the Brooklyn Bridge., NYC. (718-624-2083) Saturdays at 3 pm. Admission FREE
Neighborhood Family Concerts — a one hour performance, including a Q & A session with the musicians (no intermission):
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25
The concerts begin at 3 pm. Doors open at 2:30 pm. The program is announced at the performance. NO reserved seating.
Brookfield Place @ World Financial Center
All kinds of free music and dance events and exhibitions can be seen at the World Financial Center's magnificent public atrium.
Brookfield Place, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, (212-417-7000)
Brooklyn Consevatory of Music
Serving the New York musical community for over a century, the Conservatory promotes individual and community growth through music, and is committed to making music accessible to people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. The Conservatory has the distinction of being one of the oldest and largest community music schools in the nation.
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, 58 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NYC (718-622-3300)
Carnegie Hall Zankel Hall
Located in NYC just below the Isaac Stern Auditorium in Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall is a new and smaller concert hall with only 599 Seats, excellent sight lines and the finest sound design. Zankel Hall, 7th Avenue just above 56th Street. NYC. (CarnegieCharge: 212-247-7800)
Carnegie Hall Isaac Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
The largest performance space at Carnegie Hall, the premier location for classical music performance in the United States since its opening in 1891, showcasing the world's greatest soloists, conductors, and ensembles.
Isaac Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall, 7th Avenue and 57th Street, NYC. (212-247-7800)
Carnegie Hall - Weill Recital Hall
The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall @ Carnegie Hall - an intimate auditorium presenting recitals, chamber music concerts, symposia, discussions, master classes, and more.
Weill Recital Hall, 57th Street and 7th Avenue, NYC. (212- 247-7800)
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
The largest Gothic Cathedral in the world and is still unfinished. Outstanding cultural programs scheduled throughout the year. CLICK for details....
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine,
1047 Amsterdam Avenue, NYC (212 316-7490)
Chamber Music Society
An annual series of concerts and educational events for listeners ranging from connoisseurs to chamber music newcomers of all ages. Performing repertoire from over three centuries, and numerous premieres by living composers. Through its performance, education, and recording/broadcast activities.
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, 65th St between Broadway & Amsterdam, NYC (212-875-5788)
Concerts at the Frick
A visit to The Frick Collection evokes the splendor and tranquility of a time gone by and at the same time testifies to the power of great art collections to inspire viewers today. Housed in the New York City mansion built by Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), one of America's most successful industrialists, are masterpieces of Western painting, sculpture, and decorative art, displayed in a serene and intimate setting. Each of the Collection's sixteen permanent galleries offers a unique presentation of artworks arranged for the most part without regard to period or national origin.
The Frick Collection, 1 East 70th Street, NYC (212-547-0641)
Cornelia Street Cafe
Cornelia Street now offers some 700 shows a year, two a night, ranging from science to songwriting, from Russian poetry to Latin jazz, from theatre to cabaret. In 1980 Stash Records released the award-winning album, Cornelia Street: The Songwriters Exchange, a collection of songs born at the café.
Cornelia Street Café, 29 Cornelia Street, NYC. (212-989=9319)
Family Programs at The New York Historical Society
The New-York Historical Society offers programs that make history come alive for the entire family. Little New-Yorkers Every Tuesday and Friday. Free with Museum admission. Ages 3-5. Each class includes time with historic toys, a special Little New-Yorkers hello song, story readings, and a related craft project.
New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, NYC. (212-817-8215) OPEN: Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday - 10am-6pm
Friday - 10am-8pm
Sunday - 11am-5pm
Henry Street Settlement
Dance, Music, Comedy and Theatrical performances scheduled throughout the year at the Henry Street Settlement, a social service agency, whose headquarters continue to occupy the original 1830s federal row houses on New York's Lower East Side, where the Settlement was founded.
Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand St (Lower East Side North side of Grand Street, NYC. (212-598-0400)
The leading U.S. organization committed to deepening mutual understanding between the United States and Japan in a global context. Now in its second century, the Society serves audiences across the United States and abroad through innovative programs in arts and culture, public policy, business, language and education.
Japan Society, 33 East 47th Street, NYC (212-832-1155)
Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village
A multimedia art cabaret founded by musicians on the site of the historic Village Gate. Dedicated to the fusion of popular and art cultures in music, film, theater, dance, and fine art, the venue’s mission is to revive the symbiotic relationship between art and revelry; to establish a creative asylum for both artists and audiences.
(Le) Poisson Rouge,158 Bleeker St. NYC (212-796-0741
Manhattan School of Music Concerts
Contributing to the vibrant culture of New York City for over 85 years, this is one of the premier private music conservatories in the nation, with nearly 275 faculty members dedicated to shaping over 800 students from 40 countries into world-class musicians. Manhattan School of Music, 122nd & Broadway, NYC. (917-493-4428)
Mannes Concert Hall
CLICK for listing of free Concerts, Shows and Lectures @ The Mannes Concert Hall - no tickets or reservations required; seating is first-come first-seated.
Mannes College, The New School,
55 West 13th Street, NYC (212-580-0210 x4817)
Merkin Concert Hall
One of the premier destinations for new and adventurous musical programs in a newly renovated space in the Lincoln Center Area. Presenting the artistic visions and talents of celebrated performers and composers.
Merkin Concert Hall, at Kaufman Center, 129 W. 67th Street, NYC. (212-501-3330)
The home of performing arts, literary, and film programs bringing artists and audiences together in an intimate atmosphere of exploration on New York's Upper West Side.
Symphony Space, Broadway @ 95th Street, NYC. (212-864-5400)
TOWN HALL Designed by renown architects, McKim, Mead & White, to reflect the democratic principles of the League. Box seats were eliminated and no seats had an obstructed view giving birth to the term "NOT A BAD SEAT IN THE HOUSE."
The Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street (bet. 6th & 7th), NYC. (212-840-2824)
Home of legendary live performances since 1869. This 944-seat theater is the oldest continuously operating showplace in New York state, one of the oldest in the country, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bardavon • 35 Market Street • Poughkeepsie, NY. (845-473-2072)
Emelin Theatre Mamaroneck
The oldest continuously operating performing arts theater in Westchester County. Its mission is to bring the best in live performing arts to Westchester and other nearby communities and to promote a cultural life that entertains, educates, and invigorates.
Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck, NY. (732-548-4670)
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Irvington Town Hall Theater
Built in 1902 in the Classic Revival Style and patterned after the Ford Theater in Washington, DC, the Theater is a multipurpose concert hall/music theater located on the entire third floor of Town Hall in downtown Irvington, New York. The 432-seat theater features an orchestra, mezzanine, balcony and six gold leafed boxes, and a proscenium stage.
Irvington Town Hall Theater, 85 Main Street, Irvington, New York (914-591-6602)
Merestead, Mt. Kisco
An exquisite 130-acre country estate tucked away in the hills overlooking the picturesque Byram Lake Reservoir and surrounding valley. Merestead features a 28-room Georgian mansion with beautiful gardens built during the early 20th century.
Merestead, 455 Old Byram Lake Road, Mt. Kisco, NY (914- 666-4258) open daily 8 am. to dusk.