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.
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Studio Art Program
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.
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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.
Have you been yearning to learn about Shakespeare, but never had the nerve or patience to read his works on your own?
Explore and discuss The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger, Postcards by Annie Proulx, All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, The Art of Mending by Elizabeth Berg and Zeitoun by Dave Eggers.
Delight in Alcott’s feisty heroines who transcend expectations for 19th century women, just as she did.
In A Modern Comedy and End of the Chapter, we’ll continue to follow the fortunes of the Forsyte family in the 20th century.
“The quality of mercy is not strained ...” Really? Here’s a fairy tale that packs a wallop.
Lorraine Hansberry's classic play, A Raisin in the Sun, premiered on Broadway in 1959 and is enjoying a revival this spring at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre starring Denzel Washington.
Shakespeare’s gorgeously cryptic title hints at catastrophe.
Shakespeare's gorgeously cryptic title hints at catastrophe. Just what can happen if we load the dice to achieve the unattainable?
Bob Smith writes: “To celebrate twenty years at 92Y I’ll start 2014 with my favorite Shakespeare play."
Enjoy the stunning work of these authors from around the world.
The French gastronomist Brillat-Savarin wrote, "Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are."
Study the dense, highly original and thrilling verse of Emily Dickinson.
“Once more unto the breach!” Who said history was dull?
This unique blend of literature and cultural anthropology shines new light on four different countries: Pakistan, Colombia, Armenia and Japan.
The operative word here is “arguably.” Read the books, discuss their meaning, their message, and, of course, argue their merits (or demerits).
Venice. A love story. Two very different worlds join, separate, then collide in.
Dostoyevsky declared it to be “flawless as a work of art;” Faulkner described it as “the best ever written.”
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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.