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  • 1. Brooklyn Academy of Music

    Fort Greene | Arts Centers

    Founded in 1861 and operating at its current location since 1908, BAM is a multidisciplinary performing arts center that has grown to span three...Read More

  • 2. Carnegie Hall

    Midtown West | Music

    Internationally renowned Carnegie Hall has incomparable acoustics that make it one of the best venues in the world to hear classical music,...Read More

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  • 3. Kings Theatre

    Dance

    Dormant since 1977, this grand and opulent 1929 movie palace reopened as a 3,000-seat performing-arts venue in 2015, with an exciting schedule...Read More

  • 4. New York City Center

    Midtown West | Arts Centers

    Pause as you enter this neo-Moorish building, built in 1923 for the Shriners (cousins of the Freemasons), and admire the ornate decorative details...Read More

  • 5. Park Avenue Armory

    Upper East Side | Arts Centers

    Completed in 1881 and occupying an entire city block, this Gothic-style brick building now serves as a splendid arts center but was originally...Read More

  • 6. Radio City Music Hall

    Midtown West | Arts Centers

    This landmark was built shortly after the stock market crash of 1929; John D. Rockefeller wanted to create a symbol of hope in what was a sad...Read More

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  • 7. Apollo Theater

    Harlem | Music

    Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald, and James Brown are just a few of the world-class performers who have appeared on this equally famed stage...Read More

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  • 8. The Paris Theatre

    Midtown West | Film

    Across from the Plaza Hotel stands the Paris Theatre—a rare, stately remnant of the single-screen era. Opened in 1948, it retains its wide screen...Read More

  • 9. The Town Hall

    Midtown West | Arts Centers

    Founded by suffragists and built in 1921 by famed architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, the Town Hall has been part of NYC's cultural...Read More

  • 10. Sunshine Cinema

    Lower East Side | Film

    Talk about busy: according to a Village Voice article, this storied building, which reportedly dates back to 1844, has served as "a church...Read More

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