Carnegie Hall’s mission is to present extraordinary music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall, to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, to provide visionary education programs, and to foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists and audiences.
The Fire Department Theatre Co.
Our 501 (c) 3 fiscal sponsor produces work that merges the rigor and structure of great narrative storytelling with the daring of formal experimentation and challenge of interdisciplinary exploration.
NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò was founded with the specific intent of spreading Italian culture outside of its national boundaries, with the belief that Italian culture belongs not only to the Italians but to whomever has the desire to get to know more about it.
Founded in 1961, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York is an office of the Italian government, dedicated to the promotion of Italian language and culture in the United States through the organization of cultural events.
For more than 60 years, Brotherhood Synagogue has sought to meet the spiritual and cultural needs of our members in a welcoming, progressive community while working to make religious brotherhood a living reality.
The Players Club
The Players was the first American club of its kind, founded for "the promotion of social intercourse between members of the dramatic profession and the kindred professions of literature, painting, architecture, sculpture and music, law and medicine, and the patrons of the arts . . ."
Co-sponsor and co-presenter of From Ghetto to Palazzo, The Museum for Jewish Heritage features acclaimed public programs, including discussions, films, plays, and concerts, which highlight the richness of Jewish culture and ideas.
L'Eglise Française du Saint Esprit
Host of our December concert of French sacred music, L'Eglise Française serves a diverse Francophone and Francophile community united by Christian fellowship and the spiritual values of tolerance, freedom, and liberty.
The Fraunces Tavern Museum
Built in 1719, Fraunces Tavern is the oldest structure in Manhattan, the first location of the departments of War, Treasury, and Foreign Affairs, and the site where Washington bade farewell to his troops.
The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium of the Mt. Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden
The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium is the headquarters of The Colonial Dames of America, and part of the complex that includes the Mt. Hotel Museum and Garden, built in 1799 for the daughter of John Adams.
The Church of The Epiphany
The intimate, Romanesque-style sanctuary of Epiphany has been host to many of our concerts of Christian sacred music.
The creator of our beautiful website header also designs for stage, print, interiors and film.