El Museo del Barrio

New York City’s museum of Latin American, Caribbean, and especially Puerto Rican art

Met Cloisters

Reassembled French monasteries and abbeys house a famed collection of medieval European art.

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Ballet Hispánico is America’s leading Latino dance company

Contemporary dance with Mexican, Colombian, and Spanish influences at The Joyce Theater in Chelsea, Tue-Sat, Apr 18-22, 2017

Jazz at Lincoln Center is the world’s premiere Jazz institution

The world center of Jazz performance & education is the home of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Rose Theater, Appel Room, and Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.

92nd Street Y is a community center for all communities

A Jewish cultural and community center in the Upper East Side that hosts world-class performances and talks with occasional Latin artists.

Oscar de la Renta pure elegance

The Dominican-American fashion house shows its Fall 2017 collection Mon, Feb 13

Carolina Herrera dresses the world’s most elegant people

The Venezuelan-American designer shows her Fall/Winter 2017 collection on Mon, Feb 13

Chanel New York

Iconic French fashion house known for the little black dress, Chanel suit, and Chanel No. 5

Hermès Madison Avenue

Hermès is the fashion house of the French establishment. Hermès Madison Avenue is the brand’s New York flagship store.

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A Bronx Tale

Chazz Palminteri’s Italian-American coming-of-age gangster story at the Longacre Theatre has choreography by Tony-nominated Colombian dancer Sergio Trujillo.

On Your Feet! is an inspiring musical (Review)

Emilio and Gloria Estefan’s Cuban-American success story, with Colombian choreographer Sergio Trujillo, plays the Marquis Theatre in Times Square through Jan 14, 2018

Hamilton is the most influential Broadway show of our generation

The show, written by Puerto Rican New Yorker Lin-Manuel Miranda, is at Richard Rodgers Theatre in Times Square

Carnegie Hall is NYC’s classic concert hall

The legendary concert hall in Midtown occasionally hosts Latin artists and music

Marlborough Gallery represents major international artists

This international modern and contemporary art dealer based in London with galleries in Madrid, Barcelona, and two in New York City represents major artists

Christie’s is the world’s leading art business

Latin American Art auctions in May and November are pillars of NYC’s Latin art scene

New York City Center brings Performing Arts to the People

NYC’s original performing arts center is now one of NYC’s leading theaters for dance and Broadway musical revivals

MoMA Museum of Modern Art

Major gift from the Cisneros Collection and founding of the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute transform MoMA into the center of Latin American art

Desigual for Bold Women on the March

Spring’s global traveler at the Spanish fashion house gets darker and more edgy for Fall

BB King Blues Club

The Blues master’s namesake club in Midtown hosts rock, blues, soul, tribute bands and occasional Latin artists

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York’s iconic church

There is a music mass in Spanish on Sundays at 4pm. Holy Week is April 9-15, 2017

Chanel New York

Iconic French fashion house known for the little black dress, Chanel suit, and Chanel No. 5

Louis Vuitton 5th Avenue

Get the handbag you covet, or transform yourself into a fashion forward world traveler at Louis Vuitton’s New York flagship store in Midtown East.

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Sikkema Jenkins & Co contemporary art gallery

Contemporary art gallery in Chelsea that represents established artists such as Vik Muniz and Arturo Herrera

Galerie Lelong

NYC gallery of Parisian contemporary art dealer Daniel Lelong represents several important Latin artists including Alfredo Jaar and Hélio Oiticica

La Nacional

The Spanish Benevolent Society in Chelsea is a Spanish social club founded in 1868. It is the home of Tango La Nacional on Thursday nights.

Jazz Standard

An upscale Jazz supper club in the basement of the Blue Smoke barbecue restaurant in Manhattan’s Flatiron District

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Subrosa hits a May groove with Latin Jazz, Cuban Rumba, and Cuban Salsa

Latin bands most nights with live music for dancing Salsa Tuesdays and Saturdays

Zero + Maria Cornejo keeps it simple

The Chilean minimalist shows her Fall collection Mon Feb 13, 2017

Le Poisson Rouge

A historic Music & Art cabaret in Greenwich Village that occasionally hosts Latin bands.

Nublu is the East Village home of the “Nublu Sound”

East Village world Jazz nightclub and music collective with its own Nublu sound

DROM

World music night club with a Turkish Gypsy theme in New York City’s East Village

Public Theater

An Off-Broadway theater that produces Shakespeare, classics, musicals, contemporary, and experimental theater.

= Houston St =

Desigual for Bold Women on the March

Spring’s global traveler at the Spanish fashion house gets darker and more edgy for Fall

Chanel New York

Iconic French fashion house known for the little black dress, Chanel suit, and Chanel No. 5

Drawing Center

A museum of historical and contemporary drawings that has expressed a commitment to exhibit the work of Latin American artists.

New Museum of Contemporary Art

Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum

Lehmann Maupin

An established contemporary art dealer with several Latin artists that projects an international presence from Chelsea, Lower East Side, and Hong Kong galleries

Teatro SEA

NYC’s Latino Children’s Theatre. Productions are bilingual and very well done. Teatro SEA is our favorite Latin theatre!

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The Django retro cellar Jazz bar

Charming Jazz bar in the Roxy Hotel with live music Wednesday-Saturday

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Schimmel Center brings international performers downtown

A performing arts center with a focus on international artists at Pace University in New York City’s Financial District