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Faculty Notes - Spring 2012

Congratulations to the Lucy Moses School faculty members who performed at the annual Faculty in Concert event in Merkin Concert Hall on January 25, 2012. This wonderful evening featured chamber performances by 23 faculty members, including two world premieres. Svetlana Smolina (Piano) performed as a soloist at Walt Disney Concert Hall with iPalpiti Orchestra and Maestro E…

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Lucy Moses School Student Notes - Spring 2012

Concerto Competition winners Elliot Chang (Cello) and Alice Ivy Pemberton (Violin) performed with a professional orchestra at Merkin Concert Hall on February 12. Performer Certificate Program student Michael Eliran (Composition) performed his own songs at Rockwood Music Hall on February 4, 2012. Read an interview with Michael in Downtown Magazine. Alice Ivy Pemberton …

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Spaces still available in Lucy Moses School’s Summer String Fest!

For children looking for a perfect way to hone their string skills this summer, registration for Lucy Moses School's Summer String Fest is currently open! The program features chamber orchestra and sectional group instruction, and will culminate with a performance in Merkin Concert Hall on Friday, August 17th. For more information, call 212-501-3360.

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NEW dance classes just added for Summer 2012!

Lucy Moses School has just opened four more dance classes for the Summer 2012 session!  In our dance program, children experience the joy of movement in a fun group setting.  Students receive a strong introduction to technique while building flexibility and improvisational skills. Pre-Ballet (Ages 3 and 4) TUE 4:45 – 5:30 pm June 26 – August 7 Creati…

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Lucy Moses School Dance Recitals

The Lucy Moses School Spring Dance Recitals feature students from dance classes for ages 4-5 and older.  These recitals in Merkin Concert Hall give students a chance to share what they have worked on during the school year and help build performance skills.  Each recital is professionally recorded and DVDs are available for purchase. For ticket inforimation abou…

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Kaufman Center’s Face the Music Teen Ensemble is Featured in the NY Times!

"At first glance the ensemble setting up in a fifth-floor classroom at the Kaufman Center on West 67th Street in Manhattan seems like any other student group and exactly what you would expect to find in a building that houses two music schools and Merkin Concert Hall," writes Allan Kozinn in the New York Times. "Teenage string and brass players tune their instruments…

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This Sunday: Don’t miss a Masterclass with Pantika Kopec!

This Sunday, March 25, at 10:30 am, Lucy Moses School is proud to present a FREE master class with renowned violinist Patinka Kopec. The class will take place in Ann Goodman Recital Hall. One of the most sought-after pedagogues, Patinka Kopec has served on the faculty of the Manhattan School of Music since 1987. Since 1993 she has been the Co-Director and co-teacher of th…

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Read a New York Times review of Rhys Chatham and Oneida’s Ecstatic Music Festival Performance!

This past weekend, composer Rhys Chatham teamed up with Brooklyn experimental group Oneida for a collaboration at the Ecstatic Music Festival. The performance was reviewed by Steve Smith in today's New York Times, where Smith remarked, "the bulk of the crowd was transfixed... the effect was undeniably ecstatic." The full review can be read here.

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Dan Deacon Interviewed in the Huffington Post!

This week, composer Dan Deacon was interviewed by Amy Lee in the Huffington Post, where he shared his thoughts on his performance style, the future of alt-classical crossovers, and the life of a composer. Read the full article here. Tonight marks the return of Dan Deacon to the Ecstatic Music Festival, when he premieres new compositions featuring NOW Ensemble and the Cald…

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New York Festival of Song’s “Paris to Paradise” reviewed in the New York Times!

Tuesday night's New York Festival of Song concert, "New York to Paris, Paris to Paradise," was reviewed in the New York Times by Anthony Tommasini. Of the concert, which featured pianists Steven Blier and Michael Barnett, along with performances by young artists from the Caramoor Vocal Rising Stars program, Tommasini stated, "The evening was like a music appreciation …

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