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Dixon Place to Celebrate International Women's Day with SALON SYMPHONY

Dixon Place to Celebrate International Women's Day with SALON SYMPHONY

Dixon Place presents a celebration of international women artists from history and the here and now on International Women's Day.

Dozens of New York-based women artists share the work of a notable woman artist from their chosen homeland, representing more than 25 nations in tribute to women's artistry across the globe on Tuesday, March 8th at 7:30pm.

A multi-disciplinary event, Salon sYmphoNY will feature monologues, songs, dance & even visual art commentaries. Celebrating the legacy of cultural riches created by women around the world & sustained today by the women & the city of New York, the event promises to be a one-of-a-kind observance of International Women's Day

Working with The OPTimistiks theatre collective, the International Women Artists' Salon looks forward to its fifth collaboration with the League of Professional Theatre Women and their International Committee as well as dozens of other independent artists, from all disciplines.

Salon sYmphoNY first found its voice in the Lounge at Dixon Place in 2012. Five years on, the chorus of women's artistry from around the World has graduated to the Mainstage, inviting more people than ever to join the celebration.

International Women Artists' Salon is a cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural organization of women making art in the world today.

Dixon Place, an artistic incubator since 1986, is a Bessie and Obie Award-winning non-profit institution committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of theater, dance, music, puppetry, circus arts, literature & visual art at all stages of development. Dixon Place is the only non-profit theatre of its size to operate a full service cocktail lounge where all profits support its artists and mission.

After spawning a salon in her Paris apartment in '85, Artistic Director Ellie Covan pioneered the institution in her NYC living room for 23 years. Now celebrating its 30th anniversary year, Dixon Place has organically developed and expanded into a leading professional, state-of-the-art facility for artistic expression.

Dixon Place is located at 161A Chrystie Street (btwn Rivington & Delancey) in Manhattan's Lower East Side.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and $12 for students & seniors.For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

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