The National Arts Club in NYC: Cocktails and Dinner for 2
You and a guest will join New York Pops Board Member June Freemanzon for cocktails and dinner at The National Arts Club.
Housed at the historic Samuel Tilden Mansion in Gramercy Park, The National Arts Club is an exclusive members-only hub for artists and art enthusiasts, founded in 1898 to promote public interest in the arts. Built in 1845, the mansion is a U.S. National Historic Landmark in the heart of Manhattan and the former home of Samuel Tilden, Governor of New York and founder of the New York Public Library. You’ll admire the extensive American art collection and will swoon over every detail of grandeur.
About your host: June Freemanzon has been on the board of The New York Pops since it was founded in 1983. Steeped in and passionate about New York City arts and culture, June has a wealth of fascinating stories to share with you over a fabulous dinner at this exclusive club.
Please note: Club closed weekends and July/August.
The New York Pops is the largest independent pops orchestra in the United States and the only professional symphonic orchestra in New York City specializing in popular music.
Led by Music Director Steven Reineke, the orchestra performs throughout New York City with an annual subscription series at Carnegie Hall and a summer residency at Forest Hills Stadium.
The New York Pops hosts fundraisers throughout the year in support of the orchestra and its PopsEd education programs, which reach more than 5,000 New York students each year.