Entrance: Morningside Avenue, 116 Street, New York, NY
Morningside Park is located in the neighborhoods of Morningside Heights and Harlem in Upper Manhattan. One of four designated Historic Harlem Parks, it is bounded by West 110th to West 123rd Streets between Manhattan Avenue, Morningside Avenue and Morningside Drive.
The City received jurisdiction over the 30-acres property in 1870 and began constructing the park in 1883. The original plans for the park were drawn up by renowned park designers Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux who also designed Central Park.
Miller Theatre continues its popular and free Pop-Up Concerts with “Live from Columbia,” a new digital initiative offering a virtual front-row seat to performances filmed live in the Lantern.continue reading
Miller Theatre has thoughtfully reframed its programming with a focus on giving much-needed creative performance opportunities to musicians and ensembles, and to providing opportunities for the restorativecontinue reading