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Metropolitan New York has a rich cultural life, from world-renowned art museums and an extensive array of galleries to famous auction houses and the incomparable wonders of Broadway


Broadway.com Info: A great resource for theater buffs, Broadway Online offers instant access to comprehensive information on all Broadway performances and online ticket purchasing for the shows of your choice

Apollo Theater Info: The Apollo is one of the nation's most popular arenas for emerging and established black and Latino performers. The Apollo helped launch the careers of stars such as Ella Fitzgerald and James Brown

Horse Trade, a New York Theater Group Info: Horse Trade - voted Best Performance Venue of 2001 - is a theater company offering up engaging Off-Off-Broadway productions and provocative live entertainment

Jewish Museum, NYC Info: The Jewish Museum celebrates and preserves Jewish history, art and culture through their permanent collection which spans 4,000 years, short-term exhibits and special events

MCNY: Musuem of the City of New York Info: Founded in 1923, the Museum houses cultural artifacts and works of art that represent the history of New York and its people

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Info: Endearingly termed 'The Met', the New York's Metropolitan Museum holds a world-class permanent exhibition of more than two million works of art

Museum of Modern Art Info: MoMA, established in 1929 as an educational institution, has built a reputation as one of the world's foremost modern art museums, with a uniquely impressive collection of modern master artworks

New York City Opera Info: New York City Opera was established in 1943, its christening act being a well-received performance of Puccini's Tosca in 1944. The Opera has continued to be an influential force in American Opera

New York's Philharmonic Orchestra Info: Founded in 1842, the New York Philharmonic is one of the oldest symphony orchestras in the world. The Orchestra currently plays in the region of 180 concerts a year.

Socrates Sculpture Park Info: Socrates Sculpture Park is the only site in Metropolitan New York specifically dedicated to large-scale artistic works. The park holds exhibitions, special events and outdoor cinema in the summer

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