Arts and Entertainment

Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Great Music in a Great Space: In celebration of the restored Great Organ, the Cathedral presents a free concert most every Sunday at 5PM.  Music programs at the Cathedral also include choral works and ensembles.

Miller Theater
Miller Theatre at Columbia University is located on the Morningside Heights campus of Columbia University. It is a performing arts producer dedicated to developing and presenting new music

New York Festival of Song
In 1988, Manhattan-based pianists Michael Barrett and Steven Blier presented the very first concert season of New York Festival of Song, a series of intimate, original ensemble song programs consisting almost exclusively of rarely-heard songs of all kinds, “from Debussy to doo-wop, lieder to Latin jazz, Josquin to just-written.”  Each show was unified by a theme, constructed with a dramatic arc, and cast with superb vocal artists whose committed performances brought the songs to vivid life, with the directors as accompanists and animated narrators. This same dynamic model for seeking out unusual songs and sharing them audiences continues to shape NYFOS’s concerts today, in ways that continue to delight and surprise listeners. NYFOS’s motto since that first season has been “No song is safe from us!”  Newsday has called NYFOS “the most reliably excellent musical organization in New York.” Steven Blier, Artistic Director of NYFOS, lives on our block as does Jeff Miller, a member of the NYFOS Board.  Check for NYFOS upcoming events in our newsletter under Calendar of Events.

Nicholas Roerich Museum Concert Series
The Roerich Museum maintains a regular schedule of concerts and poetry readings. Information about these events can be obtained by visiting the Museum Calendar or by calling the museum during working hours at 212-864–7752. Admission to the cultural events is free, though donations are welcome.

Symphony Space
Our very own world-class cultural center at the corner of 95th St. and Broadway offers programsw in music, literature, film, and dance.