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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Fine Art & Design Program
Learn about the School of Music
Learn about the Harkness Dance 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.
Where parents and children come to learn, explore, discover and celebrate through programs and shared experiences that embrace every age, and every life stage.
Having served as both President and Chairman of the 92nd Street Y Board of Directors, Matthew has made many lasting contributions to the institution, especially as Chair of the Campaign for the 92nd Street Y and of the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life. With Stacey, he co-chaired 2006's 20th Anniversary Spring Gala, our most successful fundraiser to date. Thanks to their guidance, the Y is better able to serve our patrons.
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