Symphony Space, the acclaimed performing arts center located on Broadway at 95th Street, presents and produces literature, music, film, dance and theatre events year round. Founded in 1978, Symphony Space consists of two performance spaces – the 800-seat Peter Jay Sharp Theatre and 170-seat Leonard Nimoy Thalia – a rehearsal studio and café/bar. Symphony Space also conducts an extensive arts-in-education program in the NYC and metro area schools. For more information about Symphony Space, visit our website at www.symphonyspace.org.
Symphony Space is a multi-disciplinary performing arts center where bold programming, presented in a uniquely warm and welcoming environment, forges indelible relationships between artists and audiences. Our fundamental mission is to connect art, ideas, and community through our programs and our commitment to literacy and education through the arts. On our New York City stages, through our national broadcasts, and in the classrooms and communities we serve throughout the country, we foster access to the arts through all the disciplines. Our embrace of the audience and the arts is wide, and the experience of our audience is deep and enriched.