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Instead of Bingo, Senior Housing Brings Opera Singers and Broadway Insiders to Residents

Category: Museums and Aging

New York senior communities take advantage of the city's cultural institutions by inviting artists and experts to their facilities. Enrichment classes are a dime a dozen in retirement facilities, but a crop of high-end senior living communities in New York City is offering next-level workshops, taught by local artists and experts from local museums and cultural institutions.

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