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The 92nd Street Y
The 92nd Street Y started almost 130 years ago as the Young Men's Hebrew Association, and has been an integral part of the cultural and historical life of New York City ever since.
Brooklyn Academy of Music
BAM presents concerts, modern and classical dance and theater for young people, and is home to the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
One of the oldest conservatories in the nation, the Brooklyn Conservatory has been serving the New York area for over a century.
Carnegie Hall
One of the most famous music halls in the world, Carnegie Hall hosts scores of concerts and special events.
CityParks Concerts
Each summer the City Parks Foundation provides a new season of SummerStage and CityParks Concerts, with a diverse schedule of acts, from gospel singers, to bachateros, to rappers, to experimental musicians.
Lincoln Center
The world's largest cultural complex hosts classical ballet, opera, modern dance, film, and jazz.
Metropolitan Opera
Since its opening in 1883, the Metropolitan Opera has been one of the world's leading opera companies.
New York City Opera
The City Opera was founded in 1943 to provide affordable opera to a wide audience.
New York Collegium
Founded in 1998, The New York Collegium is a professional ensemble of musicians and singers who use authentic instruments and performing techniques from the Baroque era.
New York Philharmonic
The oldest symphony in the US, The New York Philharmonic provides music to the world through live performances, recordings, broadcasts, and free concerts in City parks.
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