By Andrea Caccese
New York City is home to the best underground clubs and the most high-end museums. Usually the two worlds don’t collide, but an interesting recent trend is proving naysayers who think electronica was nothing but a dancefloor fad wrong. Just like all great art, electronica is a diverse genre that captures many different styles and expressions, so it’s only natural that it’s creeping in some of the finest high-art establishments here in Gotham.
From the famous Moma Ps1 parties to the musical exhibits at the Guggenheim and the Whitney, New York City's most popular museums love electronica and they found a way to integrate it with visual arts, history and media; blurring the lines between culture and entertainment. Even the Brooklyn Museum and The Bronx Museum of The Arts are hosting DJ-sets and parties, more and more frequently.
Here’s some information about the best upcoming events, parties and showcases, check back often:
Here at The Foxgrove we also believe in taking down musical barriers: come try something new after work by taking one of ours classes.
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