New York City is a microcosm of the United States of America. Nearly every facet of the US is represented here: different races, cultures, traditions, arts, musical styles, politics, and architectural designs, all blended together into this great melting pot. The “Big Apple,” as the city is commonly and lovingly referred to, is an iconic destination for student performance tours.

Theater district in New York City

Broadway, the iconic heart of professional theatre in America, will amaze those with theatrical dreams and/or appreciation of the arts.

Concert opportunities are quite common since the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra, and the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra all call New York City home.

A tour of Carnegie Hall followed by a live performance, if the timing is right, will generate memories that will last a lifetime for your New York City student performance tours.

Carnegie Hall Music Performance Tour

Other popular educational attractions include: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the 911 Memorial, Wall Street, the Rockefeller Center, and Radio City Music Hall, just to name a few.

There are enough activities and attractions in New York City to keep you busy for as long as your stay will allow.


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Destination Highlights

Rockefeller center

Rockefeller Center

Times Square


Statue of Liberty

Educational Discovery Tours group on rooftop of building with New York city and the sunset in the background

Performance Opportunities

  • Parades
  • Music Clinic with Broadway Professional
  • Music Exchange with Local School
  • Various Festival opportunities and Parades
  • Public Performances, examples:
    • Battery Park
    • Cathedral of St. John the Divine
    • Lincoln Center for Performing Arts
    • Riverside Church
    • Intrepid Carrier

Musical Attractions

  • Broadway Shows
  • Carnegie Hall
  • New York Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Jazz Club Performances

Carnegie Hall Performance New York City

Activities and Sightseeing

  • NBC Studios tour
  • Carnegie Hall tour
  • Museums:
    • Natural History
    • Met Museum of Art
    • Sea Air Space
    • Guggenheim
  • Central Park
  • “Neighborhoods” tour
  • United Nations
  • Rockefeller Center
  • NBC Studios Tour
  • Metropolitan Opera House
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Wall Street
  • Dinner/Dance cruise

Sample Itineraries

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