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The new NYStateArts.org is a resource for New Yorkers and visitors alike who are interested in exploring the state's myriad cultural opportunities. Click on "Arts Groups A to Z", type a keyword in the search box above or explore the map to begin your cultural journey across New York State.
Art Groups A-Z
For more than a century, New York City's Carnegie Hall has set the international standard for excellence in performance.
Chez Bushwick, an artist-run organization based in Brooklyn, is dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new choreography.
A performance art space for those with decidedly non-mainstream tastes, Dixon Place is an artists' haven, nurturing the delicate creative processes in a stable of emerging artists and collabo
This community-based arts and education institution on Manhattan's Upper West Side has a 30-year history of providing a forum for artists and musicians from around the city (and around the world) t
Founded in 2004 by conductor Yoon Jae Lee, Ensemble 212 is a New York-based orchestra comprised of young professionals.
Ensemble du Monde (Ensemble of the World) is a New York-based chamber orchestra named for its representation of international musicians, currently representing over 13 countries.
Founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1977, Harvestworks has helped a generation of artists create new works using technology.
A small, Obie Award-winning collaborative arts center and one of the busiest arts presenters in Lower Manhattan, HERE operates two theaters, a high-tech media center, a gallery and café.
Ico Gallery is a cultural center and commercial gallery located in Chelsea.
Kaufman Center is the creative community for listeners, learners and performers—people who want music in their lives.