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New York City Performance Tours: New York City on Stage

New York, NY
New York City: On Stage

New York City Performance Tours: New York City on Stage

New York, NY

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Destination: New York, NYType: Theater / Performance, Music, DanceSubject: Choir, Orchestra, Concert Band, Theater, Clinics / Workshops

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New York City has been a meeting place for performers since the 19th century, when playhouses provided rowdy entertainment, ensembles like the New York Philharmonic were formed and conservatories like Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera House were established. As the birthplace of so many artistic movements, the Big Apple’s performing arts scene is as vivacious as its streets. Discover it with performance tours.

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  • Performance Clinics With Top Professionals
  • Broadway Shows
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Tour of Radio City Music Hall

Day 1

Arrive in New York

Tour the Radio City Music Hall

Located in Rockefeller Center, this famous art-deco theatre is home to the Rockettes and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Learn about its history, groundbreaking architecture and performers during a backstage tour.

Enjoy Lunch

Enjoy the View from the Empire State Building Observatory

With decks on the 86th and 102nd floor, this iconic building offers uncompromised views and a rich history.

Check into Your Hotel

Enjoy Dinner

Attend a Jazz Performance

radio city music hall

Day 2

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel

Participate in a Morning Music Clinic

Enjoy Lunch

Tour the Sights of the City by Coach

Enjoy Dinner

Experience a Broadway Performance

Generally considered to be the highest level of commercial theatre in the Western World, Broadway shows attract up to 13.3 million theatre-goers a year

student broadway workshop

Day 3

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel

Visit the Empire State Building Observatory

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Enjoy Dinner

Attend a Performance at Lincoln Center

broadway street in NYC

Day 4

Enjoy breakfast your hotel

Check out of hotel

Visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty

When immigrants sailed into New York, the Statue of Liberty greeted them and became a signal for freedom in the United States. Donated to the U.S. by the people of France in 1886, it is located near Ellis Island, an immigrant inspection station through which millions of immigrants have passed.

Enjoy Lunch

Depart for Home

broadway performance


  • Choir Students On Stage Review

    Thank you for making it possible for me to send my daughter to New York with her high school orchestra.

    - Tanya P., Illinois
    New York City: On Stage Review 1

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