The New York Times

National Subscriber events are uniquely curated to offer a window into the newsroom, no matter where you live. These unique conversations, panels, and live experiences put you in direct dialogue with journalists from the New York Times.


A once loved Luncheonette in Greenpoint, this now-defunct, artfully preserved diner is the local for our monthly Sunview Revue - part jazz, part cabaret, part burlesque. Everyone month we bring you a new lineup of the city's best.

Lincoln Center

The Mostly Mozart Festival's A Little Night Music, high above the city in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse. Enjoy complimentary wine, candlelight, and a glittering skyline in these intimate, hour-long performances from some of the world's top musicians.


"The closest thing New York has to an elegant nightclub for classical music…enticing city views through floor-to-ceiling windows." —New York Times

Carnegie Hall

NYO Jazz gives young musicians the opportunity to perform as cultural ambassadors on an international stage and share a uniquely American musical genre with cultures around the world through an international tour each summer. NYO Jazz faculty includes drummer Obed Calvaire, trumpeter Etienne Charles, pianist Gerald Clayton, trombonist Wycliffe Gordon, bassist Mimi Jones, saxophonist Erica von Kleist, guitarist Matthew Stevens, and ensemble coach Reggie Thomas.