Lesson fees will now be a standard rate of $250/semester for all students.
The New Opera Workshop will be performing The Marriage of Figaro this Friday April 7th and Saturday April 8th in the Lerner Black Box Theater, at 8pmeach evening. Featuring an exceptional cast of student singers and musicians, the show promises to be an exciting and imaginative take on Mozart's operatic masterpiece. Tickets, which are free with CUID, are available through this link: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/970453. We hope to see you there!
DALIT WARSHAW, composer and JOSEPH MORAG, violinist in SPEAKmusic Event! Join on March 28th at Cornelia St. Cafe!
The Asian American Arts Alliance is pleased to administer, with support from the New York Community Trust, the 2017 Van Lier Fellowships. This year, in its second iteration of a three-part cycle of fellowships, the Alliance will recognize music artists in the categories of Music Performance and Music Composition.
The NYU Summer Strings Audition Workshop is open to today’s most talented and promising young musicians, offering intensive training for entrance auditions, orchestral auditions and competitions.
The Maine Chamber Music Seminar is a two-week summer intensive for college and graduate-level musicians passionate about pursuing leadership and service through music.
STEPHANIE CHOU, a singer, saxophonist, and composer from NY, combines classical and Chinese influences with jazz and pop harmony and rhythm. She released an album, Asymptote, which features fresh arrangements of Chinese classics including "Kangding Love Song," "The Moon Represents My Heart," a tongue-twister about Eating Grapes, and a setting of one of LiBai's most famous poems.
Heart of the MPP, Cindy Liu (CC '18), bares her soul in our latest installment of Meet Our Students.
Upcoming New Opera Workshop performances of "The Contest Between Phoebus and Pan" and "The Impresario". Get your tickets now!
Magdalena Stern-Baczewska (Director, MPP) has recently given performances in Chicago and Charleston, and on November 16 at Columbia's Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America.
Grand Harmonie, a period music ensemble who is performing two concerts in NYC November 3 & 4. The concert on November 3 is a free preview concert as part of the Mt. Sinai Concerts for Patients series, and the full program on November 4 at St. Ignatius of Antioch offers discounted students tickets for $15.
The all-Mozart program will be performed with violinist Cynthia Roberts as concertmaster and leader. Cynthia is concertmaster of the New York Collegium, Apollo's Fire, Concert Royal, and Les Arts Florissants. Together with Grand Harmonie they will perform:
Mozart: Violin Concerto in A K. 219
Mozart: Serenata Notturna K. 239
Mozart: Symphony No. 41 Jupiter