NY Phil collaborates with New York City organizations to forge connections with the communities they serve.

Arts and Education Partners

Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education
Headquartered in the South Bronx, was established in 1934 as the first charitable organization to serve Latinos in New York City

Bloomingdale School of Music
A music-driven community center where all are welcome to join and learn about music from top faculty

Fiorello LaGuardia High School for Music & Art and Performing Arts
Internationally recognized public high school serving exceptional young artists from NYC’s five boroughs

Macaulay Honors College
The honors college of the City University of New York

Noel Pointer Foundation
Founded in 1995, the Noel Pointer Foundation (NPF) enriches the lives of children through string music education programs.

Susan E. Wagner High School
NYC Chancellor's Arts Designated High School for Staten Island

Talent Unlimited
Public High School serving aspiring artists and performers from across NYC

The All-City High School Music Program
NYCDOE public school students from all five boroughs perform in citywide ensembles including Concert Band and Orchestra.

The City University of New York
The nation’s largest urban public university is made up of 25 colleges. NY Phil currently partners with Guttman College, John Jay College, Medgar Evers College and Queens College

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Among the nation’s oldest and most distinguished institutions of higher education

UpBeat NYC
Provides children in the South Bronx with music instruction and ensemble performance opportunities since 2009

Community Activation Partners

El Puente
A community human rights institution that promotes leadership for peace and justice

Mother AME Zion Church
The oldest African American Church in the State of New York and a stalwart supporter of the community

National Black Theatre
Longest-running Black theater in NYC and one of the oldest founded and consistently operated by a woman of color in the nation

Weeksville Heritage Center
A leading authority for the history of Weeksville and other 19th- and early-20th-century free Black communities

Interested in being a partner? Contact education@nyphil.org.