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  • Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano

    Carnegie Hall

    Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano
    Hear “expert musicianship, razor-sharp ensemble, deep musical feeling, and a palpable commitment to communication” (Chicago Tribune) when the Dover Quartet performs music by Britten and Brahms. Emanuel Ax then joins the ensemble to showcase his “fleet fingerwork” (The Guardian) in the challenging solo part of Schumann’s Piano Quintet, an exuberant and inventive work from its opening measures to its thrilling conclusion.  Part of: Chamber Sessions II 

  • The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Carnegie Hall

    The Philadelphia Orchestra
    Take a vividly orchestrated musical journey through the Alps and experience a majestic sunrise, a violent storm, awe-inspiring views from the peaks, and more. With nearly 130 instruments on stage—including wind and thunder machines—Strauss’s vivid portrait of nature’s beauty has visceral power. While Strauss scales the heights, Bartók’s concerto looks inward with gentle folk melodies, chorale-like themes, and episodes of bird song, as well as moments of dazzling bravura.

  • Sphinx Virtuosi

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Sphinx Virtuosi

    Carnegie Hall

    Sphinx Virtuosi
    For Justice and Peace Socially conscious and musically excellent, the musicians of the Detroit-based Sphinx Organization perform a timely program that promotes justice and peace. Michael Abels’s Global Warming speaks to the environmental crisis while celebrating diverse cultures, and Philip Herbert’s moving string piece memorializes a teenage victim of racial violence. There’s also a new work by Xavier Foley co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall, and classics by Schubert and Bartók.

  • Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra

    Carnegie Hall

    Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra
    There’s no better way to start your musical year than with the stunning musicianship and glamour of Carnegie's Hall Opening Night Gala. The Beethoven anniversary season gets off to a rousing start when an all-star trio joins The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Franz Welser-Möst, for the master’s Triple Concerto. The Cleveland Orchestra is also performing October 4, the concert begins at 7:00 PM.

  • Central Park Bicycle Tour

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Bicycle Tour

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Bicycle Tour
    Led in partnership with BikeRent.NYC, this fun and casual bike ride takes visitors around the 843 acres of Central Park. Visit major sites such as Bethesda Terrace, Cleopatra's Needle, Strawberry Fields, and other picturesque landscapes. Hear stories about Central Park's origins and design and about the social philosophy and influences that have shaped the park since its construction.

  • In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met
    Dutch paintings of the seventeenth century--the Golden Age of Rembrandt, Hals, and Vermeer--have been a highlight of The Met collection since the Museum's founding purchase in 1871. This exhibition will bring together some of the Museum's greatest paintings to represent this remarkable chapter of art history in a new light.

  • Art of Native America

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Art of Native America

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Art of Native America
    This landmark exhibition in the Museum's American Wing showcases 116 masterworks representing the achievements of artists from more than fifty cultures across North America. Ranging in date from the second to the early twentieth century, the diverse works are promised gifts, donations, and loans to The Met from the pioneering collectors Charles and Valerie Diker.

  • Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial
    Co-organized with Cube Design Museum in the Netherlands, the exhibition features more than 60 groundbreaking works from designers across all disciplines who are collaborating with scientists, engineers, farmers, environmentalists, and nature itself to design a more harmonious and regenerative future. Free with museum admission.

  • Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection
    Nature by Design presents a rotating selection of extraordinary design drawn from Cooper Hewitt’s collection of over 210,000 objects, inviting visitors to discover how nature and design have intersected in the past and continue to converge in the world. Free with museum admission.

  • Street of Ships

    Today

    11:00 AM EST

    South Street Seaport Museum

    Street of Ships

    South Street Seaport Museum

    Street of Ships
    Join for an overview of the South Street Seaport District and its history as a port; including the 133 year-old Wavertree, cargo ship and flagship of the Seaport Museum’s fleet, the Historic National Landmark 1907 lightship Ambrose; schooners Pioneer and Lettie G. Howard, both award-winning sail training vessels; and W.O. Decker - one of the last steam-powered, wooden tugs built in New York.

  • The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging

    Today

    11:00 AM EST

    Museum of Chinese in America

    The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging

    Museum of Chinese in America

    The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging
    This groundbreaking exhibition will focus on the transformative power of music identity in immigrant Chinese communities from the 1850s to the present. During this period, disparate music genres converged with historic milestones, including changes in U.S. immigration legislation and China’s soft power emergence. “Putting together this show was like making a mixtape. It's full of echoes, resonances, connections across time and space, proud defiance and soft-neon sappiness." - Hua Hsu

  • Central Park Walking Tour

    Today

    12:00 PM EST

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Walking Tour

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Walking Tour
    Embark on a journey of discovery through this iconic New York City landmark on this walking tour. Hear about Central Park's origins, witness its design, experience the cultural influences, and feel the peace that comes from being in a natural environment.

  • Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott

    Today

    7:00 PM EST

    Smoke Jazz and Supper Club

    Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott

    Smoke Jazz and Supper Club

    Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott
    For three decades, the vocal artistry of the multi-talented Arkansas-born vocalist Cynthia Scott has encompassed the swing of jazz, the soul of blues, R&B, and the sacred stirrings of gospel music. Discovered by Ray Charles, she is loved by audiences from New York to Africa, Europe, and Asia. 7:00pm & 9pm $20 music charge (dinner set) $42 3-Course Dinner Prix-Fixe 10:30pm $20 music charge $20 minimum Dinner optional $42 3-Course Dinner Prix-Fixe

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About The Area

Immortalized in film, musicals, and more, New York City is the place to go for excitement and fun. There are so many ways to see the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and Central Park, from bus tours to cruises t...MORE

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  • Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano

    Carnegie Hall

    Dover Quartet | Emanuel Ax, Piano
    Hear “expert musicianship, razor-sharp ensemble, deep musical feeling, and a palpable commitment to communication” (Chicago Tribune) when the Dover Quartet performs music by Britten and Brahms. Emanuel Ax then joins the ensemble to showcase his “fleet fingerwork” (The Guardian) in the challenging solo part of Schumann’s Piano Quintet, an exuberant and inventive work from its opening measures to its thrilling conclusion.  Part of: Chamber Sessions II 

  • The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Carnegie Hall

    The Philadelphia Orchestra
    Take a vividly orchestrated musical journey through the Alps and experience a majestic sunrise, a violent storm, awe-inspiring views from the peaks, and more. With nearly 130 instruments on stage—including wind and thunder machines—Strauss’s vivid portrait of nature’s beauty has visceral power. While Strauss scales the heights, Bartók’s concerto looks inward with gentle folk melodies, chorale-like themes, and episodes of bird song, as well as moments of dazzling bravura.

  • Sphinx Virtuosi

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Sphinx Virtuosi

    Carnegie Hall

    Sphinx Virtuosi
    For Justice and Peace Socially conscious and musically excellent, the musicians of the Detroit-based Sphinx Organization perform a timely program that promotes justice and peace. Michael Abels’s Global Warming speaks to the environmental crisis while celebrating diverse cultures, and Philip Herbert’s moving string piece memorializes a teenage victim of racial violence. There’s also a new work by Xavier Foley co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall, and classics by Schubert and Bartók.

  • Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra

    Today

    8:00 AM EST

    Carnegie Hall

    Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra

    Carnegie Hall

    Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala The Cleveland Orchestra
    There’s no better way to start your musical year than with the stunning musicianship and glamour of Carnegie's Hall Opening Night Gala. The Beethoven anniversary season gets off to a rousing start when an all-star trio joins The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Franz Welser-Möst, for the master’s Triple Concerto. The Cleveland Orchestra is also performing October 4, the concert begins at 7:00 PM.

  • Central Park Bicycle Tour

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Bicycle Tour

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Bicycle Tour
    Led in partnership with BikeRent.NYC, this fun and casual bike ride takes visitors around the 843 acres of Central Park. Visit major sites such as Bethesda Terrace, Cleopatra's Needle, Strawberry Fields, and other picturesque landscapes. Hear stories about Central Park's origins and design and about the social philosophy and influences that have shaped the park since its construction.

  • In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at The Met
    Dutch paintings of the seventeenth century--the Golden Age of Rembrandt, Hals, and Vermeer--have been a highlight of The Met collection since the Museum's founding purchase in 1871. This exhibition will bring together some of the Museum's greatest paintings to represent this remarkable chapter of art history in a new light.

  • Art of Native America

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Art of Native America

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Art of Native America
    This landmark exhibition in the Museum's American Wing showcases 116 masterworks representing the achievements of artists from more than fifty cultures across North America. Ranging in date from the second to the early twentieth century, the diverse works are promised gifts, donations, and loans to The Met from the pioneering collectors Charles and Valerie Diker.

  • Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial
    Co-organized with Cube Design Museum in the Netherlands, the exhibition features more than 60 groundbreaking works from designers across all disciplines who are collaborating with scientists, engineers, farmers, environmentalists, and nature itself to design a more harmonious and regenerative future. Free with museum admission.

  • Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection

    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Nature by Design: Selections from the Permanent Collection
    Nature by Design presents a rotating selection of extraordinary design drawn from Cooper Hewitt’s collection of over 210,000 objects, inviting visitors to discover how nature and design have intersected in the past and continue to converge in the world. Free with museum admission.

  • Street of Ships

    Today

    11:00 AM EST

    South Street Seaport Museum

    Street of Ships

    South Street Seaport Museum

    Street of Ships
    Join for an overview of the South Street Seaport District and its history as a port; including the 133 year-old Wavertree, cargo ship and flagship of the Seaport Museum’s fleet, the Historic National Landmark 1907 lightship Ambrose; schooners Pioneer and Lettie G. Howard, both award-winning sail training vessels; and W.O. Decker - one of the last steam-powered, wooden tugs built in New York.

  • The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging

    Today

    11:00 AM EST

    Museum of Chinese in America

    The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging

    Museum of Chinese in America

    The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging
    This groundbreaking exhibition will focus on the transformative power of music identity in immigrant Chinese communities from the 1850s to the present. During this period, disparate music genres converged with historic milestones, including changes in U.S. immigration legislation and China’s soft power emergence. “Putting together this show was like making a mixtape. It's full of echoes, resonances, connections across time and space, proud defiance and soft-neon sappiness." - Hua Hsu

  • Central Park Walking Tour

    Today

    12:00 PM EST

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Walking Tour

    Manhattan and Beyond Tours

    Central Park Walking Tour
    Embark on a journey of discovery through this iconic New York City landmark on this walking tour. Hear about Central Park's origins, witness its design, experience the cultural influences, and feel the peace that comes from being in a natural environment.

  • Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott

    Today

    7:00 PM EST

    Smoke Jazz and Supper Club

    Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott

    Smoke Jazz and Supper Club

    Sunday Supper with Cynthia Scott
    For three decades, the vocal artistry of the multi-talented Arkansas-born vocalist Cynthia Scott has encompassed the swing of jazz, the soul of blues, R&B, and the sacred stirrings of gospel music. Discovered by Ray Charles, she is loved by audiences from New York to Africa, Europe, and Asia. 7:00pm & 9pm $20 music charge (dinner set) $42 3-Course Dinner Prix-Fixe 10:30pm $20 music charge $20 minimum Dinner optional $42 3-Course Dinner Prix-Fixe

Show more

About The Area

Immortalized in film, musicals, and more, New York City is the place to go for excitement and fun. There are so many ways to see the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and Central Park, from bus tours to cruises to helicopter rides. For a more romantic view of the city, consider a horse-drawn carriage ride for two.

New York City is a cultural hub, where actors, artists, and musicians come for inspiration and to make it big. Visit the Brooklyn Academy of Music or the Museum of Modern Art. No trip to NYC is complete without a Broadway show, and there’s no shortage of classic plays and new performances to discover.

There’s no end to the restaurants and shopping experiences in NYC. Satisfy the sweet tooth at Dillon’s Candy Bar or Hershey’s Chocolate World in Times Square. Experience the nightlife of New York City with the assortment of nightclubs, bars, and shows. For a truly wild and eclectic experience, pay a visit to the House of Yes, a performance-fueled nightclub. For a late-night snack, take advantage of the 24-hour diners serving burgers, shakes, and more.

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