92nd Street Y is where inspiration lives and exploration begins—with a diverse range of classes and programs that let everyone pursue what they love. With innovative, top-notch programs, events and concerts, plus over 4,000 classes taught by today’s most talented professionals, 92Y has it all—for all ages and interests.
Events range from literary readings, concerts, lectures, single mixers, events, films, and many more.
From people who inspire a world of ideas to entertainers known the world over, find the best minds, brightest stars and most compelling issues at 92Y!
Where the written word comes to life, giving New Yorkers a literary forum unlike any other.
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Music that puts you on the edge of your seat.
Celebrate dance through electrifying performances featuring today’s masters as well as emerging new talent.
Take your passion for the performing arts even further.
Learn about the Art Center
Learn about the School of Music
Learn about the Harkness Dance Center
Learn about the Unterberg Poetry Center
Our state-of-the-art complex is where New Yorkers find healthy inspiration. With our 25-yard lap pool, 100 weekly classes, plus expert training and services, we make fitness fun, flexible and fresh.
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One of the most widely acclaimed Jewish programs in the nation. You’ll find a wealth of programs designed to inform and inspire a meaningful connection to Jewish beliefs, teachings, traditions and celebrations.
Learn more about the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life
A welcoming and well-rounded resource, providing Jewish education and shared family experiences that engage children of all ages.
92Y is a special place to celebrate Jewish holidays and days of remembrance.
Offering a broad range of services and outreach programs to facilitate personal development, and to help Jewish adults build community connections.
Where parents and children come to learn, explore, discover and celebrate through programs and shared experiences that embrace every age, and every life stage.
Ripped from the pages of his award-eligible Funny: The Book—Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Comedy, David Misch presents a some-holds-barred survey of absolutely everything funny that’s ever happened, in an hour.
Abdominal pain, cramping, gas, diarrhea and constipation … Irritable Bowel Syndrome affects 15% of the population, but you don’t have to suffer in silence.
A “kumzits” is a gathering with songs and stories.
Ted Williams was the best hitter in baseball history.
What becomes a legend most? An event at 92Y, of course. We're keeping it classy with Will Ferrell (star/co-writer) and Adam McKay (co-writer/director) of the upcoming film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
So ... what are you doing tonight? At Late Night on Lex, we’ve got ridiculous comedy, new music, fascinating people and, OF COURSE, drinks.
Why is pairing wine like falling in love? How do beautiful mountainside gentiana flowers result in pungent blue cheese?
He was the founding father of psychoanalysis and the basis for all talk therapies. But what about the mind of the man himself? Who was Sigmund Freud?
Paul Liebrandt is a superstar of the culinary world, having received two Michelin and three New York Times stars at age 24, the youngest chef to do so.
Gain an understanding of the latest research on diagnostic imaging technology that is helping to detect lung cancer earlier.
Tommy Tune, Steve Tyrell and guests perform songs by the composer who rocked the world.
Are you baffled by how younger people live in a digital world? Are you living in that world and don’t see what the fuss is about? Either way, you’ll want to hear from Harvard professor Howard Gardner and Katie Davis.
Allan Sherman was the Larry David, Adam Sandler and Sacha Baron Cohen of 1963.
What’s the difference between chronic headaches and migraines?
As the boundaries between photography and art grow ever more blurred, a new generation of photography curators discusses the role of photography today.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a highly prevalent condition.
The leading American designer, humanitarian and the chairman of amfAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research) is also the executive producer of a riveting new HBO documentary, The Battle of amfAR.
Spain’s great Jewish architectural heritage is the inspiration for synagogue and temple design in America, and for prominent Jewish architects—like Frank Gehry—building in Spain today.
Once upon a time, Republicans and Democrats got along in Congress, worked with Presidents of both parties and got things done.
To commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of the journal called “a key barometer of the literary climate” by The New York Times, The Best of McSweeney’s, edited by Dave Eggers, is a comprehensive collection of the most remarkable work from a remarkable magazine.
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Groups of 10 or more receive a 15% discount. Please note that certain events may not qualify for a group rate. To make group arrangements or need further assistance, you may contact Customer Service at 212.415.5500 during our Hours of Operation.
Individuals who have participated in 92nd Street Y programs over the past year in selected program areas, participants in certain memberships, and those who have made contributions of $500 or more to 92Y, are eligible to register for programs before they become available to the general public.
Patrons that qualify for Priority Registration will receive packets in the mail explaining how to purchase online. Priority registration is normally mailed 2-3 weeks before a catalog is available. Registration information includes your Patron ID#. You can use this ID# to setup your login information online. This will allow you to register early for a course or event. Please note: if you receive a packet, you are only eligible to priority register for the programs covered in your packet.
To find out if you are eligible for priority registration, don't have your Patron ID#, or having difficulty ordering online, please call 212.415.5500 or email.