Welcome to Bloomingdale

WHY CHOOSE BLOOMINGDALE SCHOOL OF MUSIC FOR YOUR ONLINE MUSIC LESSONS

We believe music has the power to change lives and our curriculum is designed to reflect this philosophy. We offer classes for a variety of instruments and for every type of student at all skill levels.

CONVENIENT

Taking online lessons means no traveling to our school and lessons when you want them. No more lugging instruments around the city and extremely flexible options for scheduling.

ACCESSIBLE

Our online lessons are available to anyone, anywhere. The only requirements are a reliable internet connection, your instrument and a video chat software such as Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts or FaceTime.

OPTIONS AND LEVELS

From beginner classes to ensembles for advanced students, we offers options for early childhood learners, K-12 students, and adults, in addition to opportunities for intergenerational learning and classes where no prior musical experience is necessary.

Early Childhood Music

BLOOMINGDALE EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC CLASS BENEFITS

Through the use of movement, active listening, singing,  and simple percussion instruments, every early childhood music lesson aims to teach the little ones important musical concepts. 

EXPERT INSTRUCTION

Instructors are trained and certified in music and more specifically, early childhood music education.

SOCIALIZATION

Small group classes encourage interaction amongst the students and parents creating powerful social and emotional learning.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT

We foster a community of acceptance where students of all skill levels and backgrounds can learn.

EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC CLASSES (INFANT-PRE-K)

We nurture little ones by offering a sensory learning experience for infants as young as 3 months.

Bloomingdale will offer five days of Early Childhood class options, including options for the whole family to join in on the activity. BSM will continue to offer classes based in Dalcroze Theory, Music and Movement and Orff Instrument classes. 

$280

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Private lessons

Lessons Offered

  • Bassoon
  • Cello
  • Chamber Music
  • Clarinet
  • Dalcroze
  • Double Bass
  • Early Childhood
  • Flute
  • French Horn
  • Guitar
  • Music Theory
  • Percussion
  • Piano
  • Recorder
  • Saxophone
  • Season Ticket
  • Sightsinging
  • Trial
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet
  • Ukulele
  • Viola
  • Violin
  • Voice

Insanely busy? How about lessons on your time?

Sensible, simple, and convenient, a Season Ticket gives busy people the flexibility they need and the lessons they want.

Our private lessons offer individual attention, customization, and a personalized curriculum. Students and teachers are strategically matched based on skill, schedules, and the student’s preferred teaching style. Our private lessons can be transformative for students as they discover their unique talents and interest.

 

For students taking our popular private lessons, we have also been able to continue workshops and masterclasses with guest musicians coming into zoom sessions to work with students, providing them critical feedback and serving as a community resource. 

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Click here for more information on registering for group classes and submitting a private lesson inquiry.

30-minute trial MUSIC LESSONS

JOIN US FOR A trial LESSON

Get started by scheduling a 30-minute trial music lesson. The lesson will offer a taste of the Bloomingdale School of Music atmosphere and a chance to experience what we are all about. 

Lectures & Ensembles

Classes from

Lectures

Bloomingdale offers lecture class series for students of all ages. These classes are great for students new to music education with no instrument or private lesson experience, and also for those with one or many years of practice behind them. 

Lecture Series

  • Music Appreciation Series
  • World Music Series
  • Musicianship Series

Many of these classes are for students aged 14 to adult and include mixed intergenerational groups. 

Ensembles

Ensembles are a fun, interactive way to get those instruments out and play with others. Our Instructors explore fun level-appropriate repertoire tailored to participants’ skill and experience levels. Each ensemble culminates in a virtual performance opportunity to put those newly acquired skills to the test. 

Bloomingdale is excited to be hosting its

  • Trumpet Ensemble
  • Flute Choir
  • Broadway Ensemble 
  • Guitar Orchestras 

Chamber Music will return to BSM’s offerings as well with a digital landscape where students will both be able to interact with each other while also exploring important repertoire for their instruments. 

Theory

Bloomingdale is excited to have three complete year long levels of theory to explore for students between the ages of 8 and 18. For adults, we will continue with our popular Intro to Theory. 

If you want to learn about the inner workings of music – get your hands dirty with notes, chords, key signatures and rhythms – we have theory classes for students of all ages including adults. Students who have been studying an instrument for one year or more have experienced theory in their lessons but taking a theory class will help them to focus on it entirely and use that time in instrument lessons to focus on building their abilities at the instrument and through performance. 

Events

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17
Jun

June 2019 Sharing Hours

Sharing Hours

Bloomingdale School of Music Sharing Hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and levels of ability. Please contact your teacher about signing up!

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14
Sep

Instrument Discovery Day

Open House

During this FREE open house event, people of all ages will have the opportunity to hear, hold, and play over 14 different instruments with the guidance of BSM's experienced faculty.

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12
Oct

A Companion Guide to Sound

Concert

Chartreuse String Trio, featuring faculty Carrie Frey, presents a program of works by Amy Brandon, Andrew Norman, and Anna Thorvaldsdottir.

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01
Nov

The Music of Brazil

Concert

Faculty artist Jocelyn Medina presents a program of the music of Brazil, tracing the cultural origins of the country’s national identity through the musical styles of choro, forró, bossa nova, samba

November 1, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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08
Nov

The Legend of Bebop

Concert

In celebration of Bloomingdale's 55th Birthday, this concert will feature the masters of Bebop performed by faculty members Eli Asher and Zach Lapidus.

November 8, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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15
Nov

Voice of the Violin: In the World of Lili Boulanger

Concert

Violin faculty artist Claudia Schaer presents a concert featuring the imaginative musical worlds of Lili and Nadia Boulanger as well as their compatriots Vincent D’Indy and Gabriel Fauré.

November 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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16
Nov

A Tribute to Wayne Shorter

Concert

This concert is a tribute to the great jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter, featuring BSM Faculty Members Michael Cochrane and Brandon Vazquez.

November 16, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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18
Nov

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

November 18, 2019, 7:00p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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22
Nov

Music by Russian Composers

Concert

Piano faculty artist Olga Gurevich performs great Russian music for piano of the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring the brilliant masterpiece “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky.

November 22, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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05
Dec

Adult Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

December 5, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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06
Dec

Jazz Heroes of the Upper West Side

Concert

This concert by faculty member Douglas Marriner celebrates our distinguished Upper West Side jazz composers neighbors including Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and George Gershwin.

December 6, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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08
Dec

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

December 8, 2019, 3:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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13
Dec

Carribbean Music for Two Guitar

Concert

This program explores the rich and diverse music of the Caribbean for two guitars including original compositions and arrangements of music from Puerto Rico, Curaçao, and Cuba.

December 13, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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14
Dec

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

December 14, 2019, 2:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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12
Jan

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

January 12, 2020, 2:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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12
Jan

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

January 12, 2020, 3:30 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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16
Jan

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

January 16, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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17
Jan

MAP Student Recital

Recital

Music Access Project students present an end of semester recital

January 17, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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18
Jan

BTP- Classical Guitar History Master Class | Jordan Dodson

Master Class

Classical guitarist Jordan Dodson will explain and illustrate the rich and diverse history of the classical guitar. This lecture will include performances by Mr. Dodson, featuring music from the renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, and modern era.

January 18, 2020, 2:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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20
Jan

Sing Play Learn – FREE OPEN HOUSE

Open House

Parents and children ages 3 months – 8 years are welcome to join us at Bloomingdale on Monday, January 20, 2020, from 10 AM to 12:30 PM for a morning of musical adventure led by the school’s early education faculty. There also will be Instrument Discovery Classes for children ages 6-8 years.

January 20, 2020, 10:00 a.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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24
Jan

Love and Life in Many Languages

Recital

Faculty member Christine Browning presents a recital of High Voices singing of love in many forms and languages.

 

 

January 24, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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25
Jan

Chamber Groups Recital

Recital

Recital by BSM chamber music students lead by faculty member Carrie Frey

January 25, 2020, 5:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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27
Jan

Bloomingdale Sharing Hour

Sharing Hours

Sharing hours are informal recitals that are open to students of all ages and level of ability

January 27, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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09
Feb

Flutes of The World with Tereasa Payne

Concert

Musician and Author, Tereasa Payne, invites audiences to explore how flutes are used around the world to communicate, connect and create a sense of belonging.

In this dynamic interactive program, you can see your world through fresh ears.

February 9, 2020, 2:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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28
Feb

Electronic Voices

Concert

Faculty member Amber Evans presents works by contemporary women composers for voice and electronics.

February 28, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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29
Feb

Vocal Festival

Festival

Join us for our annual Vocal Festival

February 29, 2020, 3:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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06
Mar

Flute Rarities

Concert

Flute faculty Rie Schmidt presents a program of rarities for solo and duo flutes, including original and transcribed music from the Baroque period to the 21st century.

March 6, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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Free Faculty Concert Series Flute Rarities
13
Mar

Triptych: Clara, Johannes, and Robert (POSTPONED -TDB)

Concert

This concert features a set of variations by Clara Schumann and Brahms as well as short pieces by Robert Schumann performed by faculty pianist Lynn Rice-See.

With the COVID-19 threat escalating across New York City at an alarming pace, we have decided to temporarily close Bloomingdale School of Music building and postpone all scheduled events at least through March 29, 2020. As circumstances change, we will update you periodically as to rescheduling of events.

March 13, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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20
Mar

Piano Project Prelude (POSTPONED -TDB)

Concert

This prelude recital will offer a preview of the day-long Piano Project event on March 28. The Prelude recital will feature Beethoven's music performed by faculty members Tim McCullough, Anna Khanina, Monica Verona, and Roberto Hildago.

With the COVID-19 threat escalating across New York City at an alarming pace, we have decided to temporarily close Bloomingdale School of Music building and postpone all scheduled events at least through March 29, 2020. As circumstances change, we will update you periodically as to the rescheduling of events.

March 20, 2020, 7:00 p.m. Bloomingdale School of Music
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27
Mar

The World Through The American Lens (POSTPONED -TDB)

Traveling from America to Africa to Europe, this concert will feature chamber music inspired and influenced by folk music, performed by faculty members Naho Parrini, Marc Peloquin, and guest artist Alberto Parrini.

With the COVID-19 threat escalating across New York City at an alarming pace, we have decided to temporarily close Bloomingdale School of Music building and postpone all scheduled events at least through March 29, 2020. As circumstances change, we will update you periodically as to the rescheduling of events.

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15
May

A Musical World Tour | Virtual Faculty Concert Series

Our second virtual concert will be a musical journey from Puerto Rico to Paris.  Music for solo guitar, as well as violin and cello duo, will be performed by BSM faculty artists Jose Moldonado and Naho Parrini and special guest artist Alberto Parrini.  Get your passports ready and see you Friday night at 7:00 p.m.

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29
May

Bravo Beethoven! | Virtual Faculty Concert Series

Concert

BSM piano faculty artists Roberto Hidalgo and Monica Verona perform two of Beethoven's great piano sonatas, No. 7 (Op. 10 No.3) dating from 1798 and  No. 30 (Op. 109) from 1820.  Join us as BSM celebrates Beethoven's 250th anniversary with these great treasures from the piano repertoire.

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12
Jun

The Hungarian Spirit: Piano Miniatures

Judith Olson and her students perform solos and duets by prominent Hungarian composers, including Liszt, Kodaly, Bartok and Ligeti, plus works written by non-Hungarian composers in “style hongrois”, which evokes the music and performance style of Hungarian gypsies.

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18
Jun

Guitar Lecture Recital: Astor Piazzolla, his influences, and his music

Guest Artist: Federico Díaz | Program Coordinator: José Maldonado

Argentine composer and bandoneonist Astor Piazzolla revolutionized tango music forever. He created his own style in which elements of classical music, tango, and jazz are blended. His life experiences, his education, and his performance career shaped his music. Through a selection of pieces and stories, the world of Astor Piazzolla will be presented in this concert.

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10
Jul

Summer Strings: Music for Two

Concert

The first concert of our first-ever summer series features folk, rock, jazz, and disco music as well as a world premiere by Michael J. Vince. Join BSM faculty members Mark Mollica and Molly Anderson along with guest Christopher Bush in this not - to- be missed program!

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07
Aug

Musical Romance: Daniel Lamas & Roberto Hidalgo

Our third summer concert will feature romantic music with its expressions of love and passion. Piano faculty member Roberto Hidalgo will be joined by his daughter Luisa in a program of romantic songs. Faculty member Daniel Lamas will perform great nineteenth-century romantic works for the viola.

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21
Aug

Musical Identity: Tahira Clayton & Weiwei Zhai

Concert

Our fourth concert will feature music that expresses and celebrates identity. BSM voice faculty member Tahira Clayton will present music of self-discovery and acceptance for blackness. Piano faculty member Weiwei Zhai will perform dances and blues from around the world, including from her native China.

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11
Sep

MAP Orientation

Join MAP Directors and Faculty to learn more about the expectations for the school year, hear more about the classes and opportunities available for students at BSM, and get to know your MAP classmates.
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09
Oct

Faculty Concert Series | South American Sounds

Virtual Concert

Join us for our opening concert featuring music from Argentina, Brazil and beyond.  Voice faculty member Jocelyn Medina will perform songs by Brazilian singer/songwriter Djavan in music that fuses bossa nova, samba and jazz.  Cello faculty member Maria Figueroa joins Paloma Ferante in a program of music for two cellos which will include Astor Piazolla’s Oblivion and a rarely heard set of variations on Mozart’s La ci darem la mano from Don Giovanni by J.J. Friederich Dotzauer.

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22
Oct

#JustForFun | Family Trivia Night

Do you know the year Bloomingdale was founded?
How about the name of Ursula's pets from the Little Mermaid?
Come test your knowledge with us at the #JustForFun Trivia Game Night! Families will have the chance to compete with their friends, neighbors, and cohorts in three rounds of speed trivia, covering topics such as Halloween facts, Pop culture, Bloomingdale history and more!
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23
Oct

Faculty Concert Series | Music with a voice

Virtual Concert

Music with a Voice

Our second concert highlights the melodic element of music.  Piano faculty member Nuno Marques performs Beethoven’s lyrical Piano Sonata Op. 110 whose first movement is marked espressivo cantabile molto which translates “in a singing style, very expressively”.  Voice faculty member Rachel Querreveld performs her own original songs with such titles as Just Say the Word and Can You Keep a Secret.

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30
Oct

Faculty Concert Series | Musical Imageries

Virtual Concert

Musical Imageries

This concert features the combination of violin and piano in repertoire from around the world.  Piano faculty member Mina Kusomoto and guest Everhard Paredes will perform transcriptions of such composers as Chopin, Rameau and Liszt.  Resident Teaching Artists Naho Parrini and Marc Peloquin will present William Grant Still’s Suite for Violin and Piano, a work that was inspired by three sculptures including Richmond Barthe’s African Dancer and Sargent Johnson’s Mother and Child.

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06
Nov

Faculty Concert Series | Happy Birthday BSM

Virtual Concert

Happy Birthday, BSM!

Join us as we celebrate BSM’s 56th birthday with two of our piano faculty members in an exciting evening of music from Beethoven to Paquito D’Rivera.  Allison Lander will perform one of Beethoven’s most famous and emotionally powerful works, the “Appassionata”  Piano Sonata No. 23.  Marianela Torres will join clarinetist Hila Zamir in music by George Gershwin, Claude Debussy and D’Rivera.  Come and be a part of this special celebration!

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13
Nov

Faculty Concert Series | Music in Solitude

Virtual Concert

Music in Solitude

This program will feature two BSM faculty members in solo works for the clarinet and violin.   Clarinetist Alicia Bennett will perform Stravinsky’s jazzy Three Pieces for Clarinet Alone as well as works by Jacob T.V. and Arvo Part.  Claudia Schaer will perform one of J.S. Bach’s most poignant and inventive works, the Sonata for Solo Violin in A minor.

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20
Nov

Faculty Concert Series | Evening Fantasies

Virtual Concert

Evening Fantasies

Our final program in the fall series will explore the world of fantasies and memories.  Piano faculty member Judith Olson will join guest Rolf Schulte in a program which will include Nikolai Medtner’s Night Song as well as Debussy’s evocative Sonata for Violin and Piano.  Bassoon faculty member Gili Sharett leads an ensemble of faculty and guests in a program of traditional and original music from Colombia that will include works by BSM theory faculty member Sebastian Cruz and Rafi Malkiel as well as Duke Ellington’s Black and Tan Fantasy

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17
Dec

#JustForFun | Holiday Trivia Night

#JustForFun

Don your most festive attire, from ugly sweaters to light up socks, and join us for an evening of holiday trivia on December 17th at 6:00pm! Families will have the chance to compete in three rounds of speed trivia with a special holiday twist where gift card prizes are up for grabs for trivia masters and most festive attire. Join us 30 minutes before the event for a special paper snowflake craft time!

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18
Dec

BSM’s Holiday Concert

Virtual Concert

BSM celebrates the holiday season with a concert featuring faculty and students in the music of the season.  Join us for a festive treat to spice up your December!

Featuring: Jose Maldonado, Tereasa Payne, Naho Parrini & Alberto Parrini, Celeste and Dashiell Kwan, Roberto Hidalgo, Marc Peloquin, Erika Atkins, Brandon Vazquez and Eli Asher.

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09
Jan

#JustForFun | Yoga For Musicians

#JustForFun

Join guest yoga teacher and violinist, Brian Ford, for a yoga class designed for musicians and musicians at heart! Students will have the chance to engage in a gentle yoga practice to help counteract daily activities such as practicing an instrument and working at a desk that can cause bodily tension and stress. By cultivating mindfulness and body awareness through physical techniques, students can support their music-making and create more relaxation and creativity. Although this class is geared toward musicians, all are welcome regardless of vocation or yoga experience (beginners are especially welcome). Stay to the end for a chance to share thoughts and ask questions!

 

 

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28
Jan

#JustForFun | Vision Board Party

#JustForFun
Kick-off 2021 by creating your very own vision board and bring positivity to your new year! Grab some magazines and construction paper, or anything you have around the house and join BSM staff for a fun night of crafting and mindful goal-setting!
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03
Feb

A Rough Guide to World Percussion | 1 Day Lecture Series

Lecture Class
A Rough Guide to World Percussion - Wednesday, February 3. 6:30-8:00 pm. (Presented by Douglas Marriner) Go on a guided tour of world rhythm through the lens of percussion. This workshop will explore the colorful universe of percussion instruments and their musical origins—from West Africa, India, the Middle East, Asia, Brazil, Cuba, and Europe. Experience a wide palette of percussive flavors and broaden your rhythmic horizons, knowledge and imagination!
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11
Feb

Performance Class | 1 Day Lecture Series

Lecture Class
Performance Class - Thursday, February 11. 6:30-8:00 pm. (Presented by Tereasa Payne) In this interactive workshop, discover valuable performance techniques through demonstrations, conversation, and fun exercises designed to increase your performance skills and lessen stage fright. Students with any level of prior experience on their instrument or voice are welcome!
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12
Feb

Transcendental Sounds

Our opening concert of the spring season explores great works of transcendental beauty for the guitar and the piano. Nora Spielma will perform music for solo guitar by Brazilian composers including Villa-Lobos and Clarice Assad. Pianist Tim McCullough will present two composers whose music transcends both time and place. Beethoven with his famous Hammerklavier Sonata and the Concord Sonata of Charles Ives, a piece whose movements are named after the great American Transcendentalists.
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26
Feb

Narrative Music

Concert
This concert will explore the fascinating relationship between music and narration. Cellist Molly Aronson will perform a multidisciplinary program that combines works for solo cello with texts by such writers as Shakespeare and J.R.R. Tolkein as well as nature imagery by Marcia Scott. Pianist Olga Gurevich will perform Schubert”s virtuosic masterpiece The Wanderer Fantasy, a deeply evocative work based on one of his own songs in which a wanderer expresses the conviction of being a stranger everywhere.
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26
Feb

IX Guitar Festival ft João Luiz

Festival
Join us to celebrate Bloomingdale's annual Guitar Festival with 2 days of guitar events of student performances, faculty concert, and guest artist João Luiz in concert and masterclass.
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07
Mar

A4TY – An Afternoon of World Premieres

Recital
For 17 years Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) has maintained a special focus on introducing students (ages 7-17) to composition through their A4TY (Album for the Young) Student Composing Program. The March 7th online concert will feature 29 student compositions for solo instruments, all miniature works, 100 notes or less. The concert will also feature the premiere of a newly commissioned work for solo guitar by composer, Jacinta Clusellas.
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12
Mar

Moonlight Rhythms

Concert
This concert will feature music that expresses both rhythmic energy and melodic beauty. Percussionist Mark Katsaounis will perform on a variety of percussion instruments from the Middle East, the Meditarranean, and North Africa. Pianist Nuno Marques will perform Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, a work of haunting lyricism and exciting rhythmic drive, as well as Chopin’s famous Nocturne in E flat major.
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20
Mar

Piano Project 2021

In recognition of the 250th anniversary of his birth, we are thrilled to present our 13th season of the Piano Project in recognition of Beethoven whose influence is widely regarded as seminal to the history of Western music. He became the fountainhead for all that succeeded him proving Mozart’s prediction that “he would make himself a name in the world.” Join us as we explore the richness of this remarkable composer’s vision and legacy.
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26
Mar

Dance of the Winds

Join us for a concert of scintillating folk dances and exciting orchestral excerpts from some of the great composers of our time. Bassoonist joins cellist Margalit Cantor in a program that will include Gili’s arrangement of Maurice Ravel’s hypnotic Bolero. Flutist Tereasa Payne will perform a program of international dances including from Africa, China, and Peru.
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22
Apr

#JustForFun | Trivia Night: Music of the World

#JustForFun
Pack your bag, grab your passport, and prepare to embark on an international music-themed trivia event covering topics such as world music, pop culture, and more! Prizes will be awarded for the top three trivia buffs as well as a special Best Dressed prize for the best location-themed costume.
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Our goal is to make music education accessible and to remove the financial barrier that may prevent students from participating. Therefore, we offer need-based financial aid to as many students as possible.

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