"Paris, 1920. Six composers - Georges Auric, Louis Durey, Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, and Germaine Tailleferre - convene in a café in Montparnasse. Collectively known as Les Six, they used wit and irreverence to change the course of music in the 20th century. Brooklyn Art Song Society is proud to present more than 150 songs over five concerts representing the best of Les Six - from popular masterpieces to American premieres." - Les Six Series
Pianist Nathaniel LaNasa and violinist Filip Pogady perform at Third Street Music School Settlement this Friday!
Come for one day of intenstive lectures and master classes from our expert faculty.
Congratulations to concert pianist, Zsolt Bognár, who just performed and presented at the TEDMED global conference in San Francisco. It was live-streamed to an audience of 170,000+ people in 140+ countries. Zsolt was one of the scholarship recipients at our 2013 Summer Symposium at Princeton University! We wish you the best for a bright future!
Pianist Nikos Syropoulos (student of Robert Durso) composed and produced original music for GONE, a dance performance, at the Alvin Ailey Citi Group Theater in NYC. Congrats, Nikos!
Our brilliant faculty member, Dr. Therese Milanovic, has just published her PhD dissertation on becoming the first Australian certified instructor of the Taubman Approach.
As part of our 2014 International Piano Festival at Princeton University, the Scheide Concerto Evening (July 17, 2014) features a collaboration with the New Jersey Symphony Chamber Orchestra, conductor Mark Laycock, and pianists Ilya Itin, Fr. Sean Duggan, Sakura Myers, and Nathan Grabow.