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Kaufman Center is New York’s creative home for listeners, learners and performers. Founded in 1952 as a community school for pre-conservatory music training, Kaufman Center is home to Lucy Moses School, Merkin Concert Hall and Special Music School. Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Center Goodman House 129 West 67th Street New York, NY 10023 T 212 501 3360 F 212 874 7865 E lucymosesschool@ kaufman-center.org www.kaufman-center.org/lms

MUSIC 2 THEATER 20 DANCE & MOVEMENT 22 OUR HOME 25 HOW TO CONTACT US 25 LUCY MOSES SCHOOL POLICIES 26 FACULTY LIST 28 ADMINISTRATION 29 BOARD OF TRUSTEES 30 OUR SUPPORTERS 31 SCHOOL CALENDAR 31 ALPHABETICAL INDEX BY COURSE 32 REGISTRATION FORM 33


Welcome to Lucy Moses School, New York’s largest community arts school! We’ve been giving thousands of adults and children of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to make music, theater and dance a part of their lives for more than 50 years. Whether you’re exploring a new interest or returning to a lifelong passion, you’ll find classes and private lessons to fit your schedule and level of experience. Our faculty members are caring teachers who are devoted to sharing their love of music and the performing arts with each of their students. Lucy Moses School specializes in making the arts fun and accessible for both serious students and casual learners with a range of courses, classes and opportunities encouraging all ages and abilities to participate. Our teachers are available when you are: Class schedules are flexible enough to fit into your busy schedule, and our instructors can even come to your home for private lessons. Students enjoy regular opportunities to perform and hear fellow students in a variety of settings. Discover for yourself why Lucy Moses School is considered of the finest community music and performing arts schools in the United States. I invite you to stop by an open house, attend one of our many free concerts or talk with our students. Come join us!

Dr. Igal Kesselman Director, Lucy Moses School

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MUSIC AT LUCY MOSES SCHOOL

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Private Lessons 3 Group Instruction 3 Jazz 8 Ensembles 11 Music Appreciation 14 Musicianship 15 Dalcroze 17

PRIVATE LESSONS Private lessons are the best way to develop your music skills, whether you are a beginning, intermediate or advanced student. Studying one-on-one provides you with the individual attention of a master teacher who is supportive and motivating. Placement occurs in consultation with the Adult Division Manager, who will select the teacher best suited for your level, interests, goals and schedule. Private lessons are also excellent preparation for playing with others in a chamber music setting. Performance opportunities are provided through studio recitals as well as public concerts in Ann Goodman Recital Hall. SCHEDULED RECITAL DATES SUN 12/16 at 5:30 pm SUN 3/17 at 5:30 pm SUN 6/2 at 5:30 pm SUN 6/16 at 5:30 pm 30-, 45- and 60-minute lessons are available in piano (classical and jazz), voice (all styles), strings, woodwinds, brass, guitar (all styles) and percussion. Adult students may register for 7 or 14 lessons at a time; registration is ongoing. We offer at-home lessons through our Mobile Teachers Program. Please call for information about faculty and tuition.

GROUP INSTRUCTION Group lessons are a relaxed way to learn to sing or to try out an instrument in small classes. Our group instructors combine warmth, enthusiasm and superb musicianship to help you realize your dreams of making music. Group class repertoire includes classical, folk, rock and popular standards. THE FIDDLE GROOVE: MARK O’CONNOR VIOLIN METHOD The Mark O’Connor violin method includes musical literature that represents all of the Americas (Mexico, Canada and every region of the United States) and a multitude of musical styles, including classical, folk, Latin, rock and ragtime. This class will cover the fiddle tunes in the first volume of method book beginning with “Boil ‘Em Cabbage Down.” You will discuss the historical background of each song and learn beginning improvisational skills that coincide with each tune. Prerequisite: competency in at least the first half of Suzuki book one or equivalent MON 6–7 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Sarah Charness 14 weeks: $395

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Private Lessons 3 Group Instruction 3 Jazz 8 Ensembles 11 Music Appreciation 14 Musicianship 15 Dalcroze 17

PRIVATE LESSONS Private lessons are the best way to develop your music skills, whether you are a beginning, intermediate or advanced student. Studying one-on-one provides you with the individual attention of a master teacher who is supportive and motivating. Placement occurs in consultation with the Adult Division Manager, who will select the teacher best suited for your level, interests, goals and schedule. Private lessons are also excellent preparation for playing with others in a chamber music setting. Performance opportunities are provided through studio recitals as well as public concerts in Ann Goodman Recital Hall. SCHEDULED RECITAL DATES SUN 12/16 at 5:30 pm SUN 3/17 at 5:30 pm SUN 6/2 at 5:30 pm SUN 6/16 at 5:30 pm 30-, 45- and 60-minute lessons are available in piano (classical and jazz), voice (all styles), strings, woodwinds, brass, guitar (all styles) and percussion. Adult students may register for 7 or 14 lessons at a time; registration is ongoing. We offer at-home lessons through our Mobile Teachers Program. Please call for information about faculty and tuition.

GROUP INSTRUCTION Group lessons are a relaxed way to learn to sing or to try out an instrument in small classes. Our group instructors combine warmth, enthusiasm and superb musicianship to help you realize your dreams of making music. Group class repertoire includes classical, folk, rock and popular standards. THE FIDDLE GROOVE: MARK O’CONNOR VIOLIN METHOD The Mark O’Connor violin method includes musical literature that represents all of the Americas (Mexico, Canada and every region of the United States) and a multitude of musical styles, including classical, folk, Latin, rock and ragtime. This class will cover the fiddle tunes in the first volume of method book beginning with “Boil ‘Em Cabbage Down.” You will discuss the historical background of each song and learn beginning improvisational skills that coincide with each tune. Prerequisite: competency in at least the first half of Suzuki book one or equivalent MON 6–7 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Sarah Charness 14 weeks: $395

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NEW! INTERMEDIATE GUITAR: SONGS OF THE BEATLES Build your guitar skills through the music of the Fab Four! You’ll explore intermediate-level playing techniques through favorite tunes from the Beatles’ prolific song catalog. You just might catch Beatlemania! Basic knowledge of chords is required. SUN 5–6 pm Fall 10/14–2/3 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Chris Welcome 12 weeks: $340 FLUTE Learn the basic techniques of playing one of the oldest and most versatile wind instruments. Beginners as well as those with musical backgrounds in other instruments will learn the basics of tone production, breathing and technical facility and develop music reading skills. Repertoire will include classical, popular and folk melodies as well as ensemble playing.

GUITAR BASICS These small classes are an excellent way to learn beginning guitar in a friendly, dynamic setting. Learn basic techniques, chords and chord progressions in a group environment. You will study different playing techniques and genres, including classical, folk and popular music. Improvisational techniques will be introduced. Please bring an acoustic or classical guitar to class.

WED 7:30–8:30 pm Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Valerie Holmes 14 weeks: $395

SUN 4–5 pm Fall 10/14–2/3 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) MON 7–8 pm Fall 10/15–1/14 (no class 12/24, 12/31) Spring 2/25–6/3 (no class 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Chris Welcome 12 weeks: $340

NEW! 5-STRING BANJO The banjo is back! This versatile instrument finds its way into many styles of music, including bluegrass, folk, country, gospel, Irish dance and more. Join in the fun with our 5-String Banjo class! You’ll study fingerpicking and playing techniques while exploring introductory tunes in a small group setting. Please bring your own 5-string banjo. MON 7–8 pm Fall 10/29–1/14 (no class 12/24, 12/31) Spring 3/4–5/20 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Faculty 10 weeks: $265 RAISE YOUR VOICE IN SONG! If you love to sing, don’t miss: JAZZ VOCAL WORKSHOP on p. 9 NASHIR! THE ROTTENBERG CHORALE on p. 12 OPERA WORKSHOP on p. 13 SIGHT-SINGING on p. 16

VOICE Study vocal technique in a fun group setting. You will focus on the fundamentals of singing, including breathing and vocal support, while building performance skills. Bring your favorite songs! SUN 2–3 pm Fall 9/23–1/27 (no class 10/7, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/10–6/2 (no class 2/17, 3/31, 5/26) MON 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Ingrid Zeldin 14 weeks: $395 BROADWAY SINGING You CAN sing! Nurture, maintain and develop vocal skills in a relaxed and fun group that provides an opportunity to sing favorite musical theater songs in a warm and supportive setting. Explore the rich repertoire of Broadway ranging from golden age classics to recent hits from Sondheim, Schwartz and Andrew Lloyd Weber. All levels accepted. THU 7–8 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Conductor: Shirley Perkins 10 weeks: $265

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NEW! INTERMEDIATE GUITAR: SONGS OF THE BEATLES Build your guitar skills through the music of the Fab Four! You’ll explore intermediate-level playing techniques through favorite tunes from the Beatles’ prolific song catalog. You just might catch Beatlemania! Basic knowledge of chords is required. SUN 5–6 pm Fall 10/14–2/3 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Chris Welcome 12 weeks: $340 FLUTE Learn the basic techniques of playing one of the oldest and most versatile wind instruments. Beginners as well as those with musical backgrounds in other instruments will learn the basics of tone production, breathing and technical facility and develop music reading skills. Repertoire will include classical, popular and folk melodies as well as ensemble playing.

GUITAR BASICS These small classes are an excellent way to learn beginning guitar in a friendly, dynamic setting. Learn basic techniques, chords and chord progressions in a group environment. You will study different playing techniques and genres, including classical, folk and popular music. Improvisational techniques will be introduced. Please bring an acoustic or classical guitar to class.

WED 7:30–8:30 pm Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Valerie Holmes 14 weeks: $395

SUN 4–5 pm Fall 10/14–2/3 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) MON 7–8 pm Fall 10/15–1/14 (no class 12/24, 12/31) Spring 2/25–6/3 (no class 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Chris Welcome 12 weeks: $340

NEW! 5-STRING BANJO The banjo is back! This versatile instrument finds its way into many styles of music, including bluegrass, folk, country, gospel, Irish dance and more. Join in the fun with our 5-String Banjo class! You’ll study fingerpicking and playing techniques while exploring introductory tunes in a small group setting. Please bring your own 5-string banjo. MON 7–8 pm Fall 10/29–1/14 (no class 12/24, 12/31) Spring 3/4–5/20 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Faculty 10 weeks: $265 RAISE YOUR VOICE IN SONG! If you love to sing, don’t miss: JAZZ VOCAL WORKSHOP on p. 9 NASHIR! THE ROTTENBERG CHORALE on p. 12 OPERA WORKSHOP on p. 13 SIGHT-SINGING on p. 16

VOICE Study vocal technique in a fun group setting. You will focus on the fundamentals of singing, including breathing and vocal support, while building performance skills. Bring your favorite songs! SUN 2–3 pm Fall 9/23–1/27 (no class 10/7, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/10–6/2 (no class 2/17, 3/31, 5/26) MON 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Ingrid Zeldin 14 weeks: $395 BROADWAY SINGING You CAN sing! Nurture, maintain and develop vocal skills in a relaxed and fun group that provides an opportunity to sing favorite musical theater songs in a warm and supportive setting. Explore the rich repertoire of Broadway ranging from golden age classics to recent hits from Sondheim, Schwartz and Andrew Lloyd Weber. All levels accepted. THU 7–8 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Conductor: Shirley Perkins 10 weeks: $265

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ARIA DA CAPO Singers are coached in presentation and dramatic interpretation of solo vocal repertoire, including arias, art songs and other works. This class culminates in a presentation. MON 7:30–9 pm Fall 10/22–11/26 Spring 2/25–4/15 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 6 weeks: $175

NEW! FOR THE LOVE OF LEIDER A study of classical art song in English, German, French and Italian from the 18th century to the present. Topics include musical and historical context, composer biographies, performance style, translation techniques, lyric diction and delivery, and analysis of poetry alongside the musical score. Collaboration between singer and pianist will also be explored. The course will culminate in a performance featuring songs and recitations of poetry. WED 6:30–7:45 PM Fall 10/10–12/19 (no class 11/21) Spring 2/6–4/24 (no class 2/20, 3/27) Instructor: Nils Neubert 10 weeks: $300

PIANO SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS Learn the basic skills of piano playing in an enjoyable group environment. In class, you will use your own state-of-the-art digital piano to learn note reading, rhythm, scales, basic chords and other tools essential to playing all styles of music. This is a great opportunity to prepare for private lessons or to keep up with your child. Absolute beginners are welcome in Level I; Level II is intended for students who have completed Level I or have some previous piano experience. THU 7–8 pm Level I THU 8–9 pm Level II Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Christine Yoon WED 6–7 pm Level I WED 7–8 pm Level II Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2, 1/15) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Michael Ross 14 weeks: $395

PIANO PERFORMANCE Intermediate and advanced pianists will enhance performance skills in a supportive environment. Topics will include all aspects of preparing for performance: professional coaching on technique and style, stage presence, memorization techniques and exercises for overcoming performance anxiety. The class culminates in an end-of-semester performance. THU 7:30–9 pm Fall 10/18–1/24 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/30 (no class 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 12 weeks: $325

IMPROVISATION FOR ALL MUSICIANS Improvisation fosters an immediate and meaningful relationship between you, your instrument and whatever style of music you choose to play. Each class in this workshop series will present strategies, games and exercises to incorporate this powerful form of expression into your regular practice. Discover how the music you love can inspire your own improvisations and experience the thrill of improvising in an ensemble. Why should jazz players have all the fun? Open to instrumentalists and vocalists. THU 1–2:15 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Instructor: Michael Joviala 10 weeks: $340 FREEDOM & STRUCTURE: HOW TO TEACH YOUNG PIANO STUDENTS A workshop for piano teachers looking to create exciting and interesting piano lessons for young beginners. Chaim Freiberg’s extensive experience and unique principles and techniques provide tools applicable to both group and individual instruction. TUE 6–7:30 pm Fall 10/23–11/13 Spring 2/26–3/19 Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 4 weeks: $115

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ARIA DA CAPO Singers are coached in presentation and dramatic interpretation of solo vocal repertoire, including arias, art songs and other works. This class culminates in a presentation. MON 7:30–9 pm Fall 10/22–11/26 Spring 2/25–4/15 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 6 weeks: $175

NEW! FOR THE LOVE OF LEIDER A study of classical art song in English, German, French and Italian from the 18th century to the present. Topics include musical and historical context, composer biographies, performance style, translation techniques, lyric diction and delivery, and analysis of poetry alongside the musical score. Collaboration between singer and pianist will also be explored. The course will culminate in a performance featuring songs and recitations of poetry. WED 6:30–7:45 PM Fall 10/10–12/19 (no class 11/21) Spring 2/6–4/24 (no class 2/20, 3/27) Instructor: Nils Neubert 10 weeks: $300

PIANO SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS Learn the basic skills of piano playing in an enjoyable group environment. In class, you will use your own state-of-the-art digital piano to learn note reading, rhythm, scales, basic chords and other tools essential to playing all styles of music. This is a great opportunity to prepare for private lessons or to keep up with your child. Absolute beginners are welcome in Level I; Level II is intended for students who have completed Level I or have some previous piano experience. THU 7–8 pm Level I THU 8–9 pm Level II Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Christine Yoon WED 6–7 pm Level I WED 7–8 pm Level II Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2, 1/15) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Michael Ross 14 weeks: $395

PIANO PERFORMANCE Intermediate and advanced pianists will enhance performance skills in a supportive environment. Topics will include all aspects of preparing for performance: professional coaching on technique and style, stage presence, memorization techniques and exercises for overcoming performance anxiety. The class culminates in an end-of-semester performance. THU 7:30–9 pm Fall 10/18–1/24 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/30 (no class 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 12 weeks: $325

IMPROVISATION FOR ALL MUSICIANS Improvisation fosters an immediate and meaningful relationship between you, your instrument and whatever style of music you choose to play. Each class in this workshop series will present strategies, games and exercises to incorporate this powerful form of expression into your regular practice. Discover how the music you love can inspire your own improvisations and experience the thrill of improvising in an ensemble. Why should jazz players have all the fun? Open to instrumentalists and vocalists. THU 1–2:15 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Instructor: Michael Joviala 10 weeks: $340 FREEDOM & STRUCTURE: HOW TO TEACH YOUNG PIANO STUDENTS A workshop for piano teachers looking to create exciting and interesting piano lessons for young beginners. Chaim Freiberg’s extensive experience and unique principles and techniques provide tools applicable to both group and individual instruction. TUE 6–7:30 pm Fall 10/23–11/13 Spring 2/26–3/19 Instructor: Chaim Freiberg 4 weeks: $115

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INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ Instrumental and vocal students develop improvisational skills on their specific instruments by using basic scales and chords in conjunction with jazz repertoire. SUN 2–3 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $265 ($215 for private lesson students)

JAZZ Directed by celebrated jazz guitarist Roni Ben-Hur, this unique program is designed for singers and instrumentalists of all levels, from beginners to advanced students. We offer ensemble classes as well as private instruction. Our faculty members are some of the top jazz musicians in the city, here to provide you with a fun and satisfying learning experience the likes of which can’t be found anywhere else in New York. Recitals: SUN 1/27 & 5/19 at 5:30 pm MON 1/28 & 5/20 at 7 pm

JAZZ APPRECIATION: THE LISTENING EXPERIENCE For music lovers of all kinds, whether trained performers or just avid listeners, this course investigates America’s most vibrant art form. Classic recordings by masters including Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Billie Holiday, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and others are explored in a way that makes the language of jazz readily understandable. While focusing on the enjoyment of the listening experience, we touch on elements such as instrumentation, the improvised solo, rhythm, form and repertoire. SUN 1–2 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Tardo Hammer 12 weeks: $265

JAZZ PIANO WORKSHOP For pianists with basic knowledge of scales and harmony, this course offers an opportunity to gain the skills needed for a variety of professional musical settings. Elements covered include chording appropriate to diverse styles, such as bop, swing, Latin and modern jazz, as well techniques for developing new voicings, articulating the melody and improvising. You will have the opportunity to improve both as accompanists and soloists while comparing ideas with other students. The skills acquired in this course will benefit pianists participating in Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Improv classes. SUN 2–4 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Tardo Hammer 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

JAZZ VOCAL WORKSHOP This workshop is designed for singers of all levels. Topics include leading a band, writing lead sheets, selecting repertoire, communication with the audience and stage presence. An accompanist will be provided for each class, and the workshop will culminate in a recital (with rhythm section) at the end of the semester. Maximum of eight. SUN 5–7 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Amy London 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

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INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ Instrumental and vocal students develop improvisational skills on their specific instruments by using basic scales and chords in conjunction with jazz repertoire. SUN 2–3 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $265 ($215 for private lesson students)

JAZZ Directed by celebrated jazz guitarist Roni Ben-Hur, this unique program is designed for singers and instrumentalists of all levels, from beginners to advanced students. We offer ensemble classes as well as private instruction. Our faculty members are some of the top jazz musicians in the city, here to provide you with a fun and satisfying learning experience the likes of which can’t be found anywhere else in New York. Recitals: SUN 1/27 & 5/19 at 5:30 pm MON 1/28 & 5/20 at 7 pm

JAZZ APPRECIATION: THE LISTENING EXPERIENCE For music lovers of all kinds, whether trained performers or just avid listeners, this course investigates America’s most vibrant art form. Classic recordings by masters including Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Billie Holiday, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and others are explored in a way that makes the language of jazz readily understandable. While focusing on the enjoyment of the listening experience, we touch on elements such as instrumentation, the improvised solo, rhythm, form and repertoire. SUN 1–2 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Tardo Hammer 12 weeks: $265

JAZZ PIANO WORKSHOP For pianists with basic knowledge of scales and harmony, this course offers an opportunity to gain the skills needed for a variety of professional musical settings. Elements covered include chording appropriate to diverse styles, such as bop, swing, Latin and modern jazz, as well techniques for developing new voicings, articulating the melody and improvising. You will have the opportunity to improve both as accompanists and soloists while comparing ideas with other students. The skills acquired in this course will benefit pianists participating in Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Improv classes. SUN 2–4 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Tardo Hammer 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

JAZZ VOCAL WORKSHOP This workshop is designed for singers of all levels. Topics include leading a band, writing lead sheets, selecting repertoire, communication with the audience and stage presence. An accompanist will be provided for each class, and the workshop will culminate in a recital (with rhythm section) at the end of the semester. Maximum of eight. SUN 5–7 pm Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Amy London 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

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JAZZ IMPROVISATION AND HARMONY By learning to recognize and use scales, advanced chord voicing and the basic harmonic progressions used in jazz, instrumentalists and vocalists will construct solos, develop repertoire and participate in jam sessions. The class will also concentrate on developing knowledge of your instrument and technique using jazz exercises developed by Barry Harris. The class culminates in an end-of-semester recital.

JAZZ GUITAR WORKSHOP An insight into jazz harmony as it relates to the guitar. Students will learn to construct chord voicing, play chord progressions and “comp” on jazz standards (play accompaniment arrangements). Additionally, students will study a variety of intros and endings useful in an ensemble setting, as well as arrangements for solo (unaccompanied) guitar. MON 6–7 pm Fall 10/22–1/28 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–5/20 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $265 ($215 for private lesson students)

SUN 5–7 pm Intermediate SUN 7–9 pm Advanced Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students) JAZZ ENSEMBLE Intermediate and advanced instrumentalists and vocalists expand their repertoire, play arrangements as part of a group and receive coaching. The class culminates in an end-of-semester recital. Maximum of eight. SUN 3–5 pm Intermediate Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) MON 7–9 pm Advanced Fall 10/22–1/28 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–5/20 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

ENSEMBLES CHAMBER MUSIC Diane Taublieb, coordinator Share your love of music by playing in a chamber music ensemble! Our experienced coaches give you the guidance you need for intensive study of the chamber music repertoire. Ensembles comprise various combinations of instruments including piano, woodwinds and strings. Pre-formed ensembles are also welcome. Each weekly session includes one hour of rehearsal and one hour of coaching. A placement session is required for new participants. Placement Sessions: SUN 9/23, MON 9/24, THU 9/20 at 6pm SUN 1/27, MON 1/28, THU 1/31 at 6pm Recitals: SUN 2/10 at 3:30 and 6:30 pm SUN 6/9 at 3:30 and 6:30 pm SUN 5–7 pm SUN 6–8 pm Fall 10/14–2/10 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–6/9 (no class 3/31, 5/26) MON 6–8 pm MON 7–9 pm Fall 10/22–2/4+2/10 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/3+6/9 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27)

THU 6–8 pm THU 7–9 pm Fall 10/25–2/7+2/10 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–6/6+6/9 (no class 3/28, 5/16) Other days and times available by request. Coaches: Mary Barto and Diane Taublieb, flute; Eliran Avni and Sergei Krivonos, piano; Mara Milkis, violin; Vladimir Panteleyev, cello 14 weeks: $480 NEW! KLEZMER BAND Lucy Moses School invites you to experience the incredible joy, excitement and beauty of Klezmer music-making! This beloved music style originated in the East European Jewish culture and gained popularity due to its moving and expressive musical nature. Enrich your musical abilities by becoming a part of this exciting and creative group. No improvisational skills needed. WED 6:15–7:15 pm Fall 10/10–1/30 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Conductor: Ben Baron 14 weeks: $395

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JAZZ IMPROVISATION AND HARMONY By learning to recognize and use scales, advanced chord voicing and the basic harmonic progressions used in jazz, instrumentalists and vocalists will construct solos, develop repertoire and participate in jam sessions. The class will also concentrate on developing knowledge of your instrument and technique using jazz exercises developed by Barry Harris. The class culminates in an end-of-semester recital.

JAZZ GUITAR WORKSHOP An insight into jazz harmony as it relates to the guitar. Students will learn to construct chord voicing, play chord progressions and “comp” on jazz standards (play accompaniment arrangements). Additionally, students will study a variety of intros and endings useful in an ensemble setting, as well as arrangements for solo (unaccompanied) guitar. MON 6–7 pm Fall 10/22–1/28 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–5/20 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $265 ($215 for private lesson students)

SUN 5–7 pm Intermediate SUN 7–9 pm Advanced Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students) JAZZ ENSEMBLE Intermediate and advanced instrumentalists and vocalists expand their repertoire, play arrangements as part of a group and receive coaching. The class culminates in an end-of-semester recital. Maximum of eight. SUN 3–5 pm Intermediate Fall 10/14–1/27 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–5/19 (no class 3/31) MON 7–9 pm Advanced Fall 10/22–1/28 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–5/20 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Roni Ben-Hur 12 weeks: $415 ($350 for private lesson students)

ENSEMBLES CHAMBER MUSIC Diane Taublieb, coordinator Share your love of music by playing in a chamber music ensemble! Our experienced coaches give you the guidance you need for intensive study of the chamber music repertoire. Ensembles comprise various combinations of instruments including piano, woodwinds and strings. Pre-formed ensembles are also welcome. Each weekly session includes one hour of rehearsal and one hour of coaching. A placement session is required for new participants. Placement Sessions: SUN 9/23, MON 9/24, THU 9/20 at 6pm SUN 1/27, MON 1/28, THU 1/31 at 6pm Recitals: SUN 2/10 at 3:30 and 6:30 pm SUN 6/9 at 3:30 and 6:30 pm SUN 5–7 pm SUN 6–8 pm Fall 10/14–2/10 (no class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20) Spring 2/24–6/9 (no class 3/31, 5/26) MON 6–8 pm MON 7–9 pm Fall 10/22–2/4+2/10 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/3+6/9 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27)

THU 6–8 pm THU 7–9 pm Fall 10/25–2/7+2/10 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–6/6+6/9 (no class 3/28, 5/16) Other days and times available by request. Coaches: Mary Barto and Diane Taublieb, flute; Eliran Avni and Sergei Krivonos, piano; Mara Milkis, violin; Vladimir Panteleyev, cello 14 weeks: $480 NEW! KLEZMER BAND Lucy Moses School invites you to experience the incredible joy, excitement and beauty of Klezmer music-making! This beloved music style originated in the East European Jewish culture and gained popularity due to its moving and expressive musical nature. Enrich your musical abilities by becoming a part of this exciting and creative group. No improvisational skills needed. WED 6:15–7:15 pm Fall 10/10–1/30 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Conductor: Ben Baron 14 weeks: $395

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OPERA WORKSHOP Singers rehearse and perform scenes from a wide range of operatic works in a collaborative group setting. You will receive coaching in dramatic and musical aspects of opera performance including language, musical style, stage craft and character interpretation. The workshop culminates in an end-of-semester performance. Audition required.

FLUTE ENSEMBLE Explore multiple-flute repertoire from all eras in our Flute Ensemble! Develop skills and techniques for playing in a group while sharing the joy of musicmaking with your fellow flutists. A great introduction to ensemble playing, this group is suitable for advanced beginner and intermediate level players. WED 6:30–7:30pm Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Valerie Holmes 14 weeks: $395

NASHIR! THE ROTTENBERG CHORALE Join New York’s finest amateur vocal ensembles dedicated to performing a wide range of Jewish repertoire. In residence at Kaufman Center since 1975, Nashir! brings a sense of joy and passion to Jewish choral music spanning centuries and continents and encompasses a repertoire both spiritual and whimsical. Nashir! performs in Merkin Concert Hall each June, and other performances may be scheduled throughout the year. Audition required. Sight-reading not required. Auditions: TUE 9/11 & 2/19 at 6 pm Concert: SUN 6/2 at 7pm in Merkin Concert Hall TUE 7–9:30 pm Year 10/16–5/28+6/2 (no class 12/25, 1/1, 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Conductor: Benjamin Gruder 28 weeks: $240+$40 music materials fee

Auditions: TUE 9/11 & 1/22 at 7pm Performances: TUE 1/15 & 5/28 at 8pm TUE 7–8:30 pm Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/12–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Director: Judith Barnes Pianist: Aaron Butler 12 weeks: $550

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OPERA WORKSHOP Singers rehearse and perform scenes from a wide range of operatic works in a collaborative group setting. You will receive coaching in dramatic and musical aspects of opera performance including language, musical style, stage craft and character interpretation. The workshop culminates in an end-of-semester performance. Audition required.

FLUTE ENSEMBLE Explore multiple-flute repertoire from all eras in our Flute Ensemble! Develop skills and techniques for playing in a group while sharing the joy of musicmaking with your fellow flutists. A great introduction to ensemble playing, this group is suitable for advanced beginner and intermediate level players. WED 6:30–7:30pm Fall 10/3–1/23 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/29 (no class 2/20, 3/27, 5/15) Instructor: Valerie Holmes 14 weeks: $395

NASHIR! THE ROTTENBERG CHORALE Join New York’s finest amateur vocal ensembles dedicated to performing a wide range of Jewish repertoire. In residence at Kaufman Center since 1975, Nashir! brings a sense of joy and passion to Jewish choral music spanning centuries and continents and encompasses a repertoire both spiritual and whimsical. Nashir! performs in Merkin Concert Hall each June, and other performances may be scheduled throughout the year. Audition required. Sight-reading not required. Auditions: TUE 9/11 & 2/19 at 6 pm Concert: SUN 6/2 at 7pm in Merkin Concert Hall TUE 7–9:30 pm Year 10/16–5/28+6/2 (no class 12/25, 1/1, 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Conductor: Benjamin Gruder 28 weeks: $240+$40 music materials fee

Auditions: TUE 9/11 & 1/22 at 7pm Performances: TUE 1/15 & 5/28 at 8pm TUE 7–8:30 pm Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/12–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Director: Judith Barnes Pianist: Aaron Butler 12 weeks: $550

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MUSIC APPRECIATION NEW! ART OF INTERPRETATION: COMPARING GREAT PERFORMANCES Join pianist Eliran Avni for a musical journey, comparing performance practices from the Baroque period to present times. Lecture, discussion and guided listening will illuminate masterpieces from the classical canon, such as Beethoven piano sonatas, Bach string and Brandenburg concerti, Debussy works, Chopin mazurkas and lieder. Additional discussion topics include composers as pianists, development of current performative conventions, and more. Students who are currently working on repertoire related to the class curriculum may be invited play for the group. WED 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 10/17–12/12 (no class 11/21) Spring 2/27–4/24 (no class 3/27) Instructor: Eliran Avni 8 weeks: $230

MUSIC HISTORY: BACH TO BARTÓK A broad exploration of music history covering selected masterpieces from J. S. Bach (Baroque) through Bartók (20th century). This class focuses on guided listening in order to gain an understanding of different musical styles and the composer’s creative world within a relevant cultural context. You will develop basic music vocabulary for informed listening and appreciation. No prior knowledge of music theory or music history is necessary. WED 12:30–1:30 pm Fall 10/10–1/16 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/8 (no class 2/20, 3/27) Instructor: Diane Taublieb 12 weeks: $240

THEORY I Indispensable for anyone studying voice, an instrument or sight-singing, the study of theory provides a fundamental background, accelerates music learning and enhances creativity. This class covers note reading and writing, intervals, notation, scales, chords and meter. Reading music is not required. No prior knowledge of music theory is necessary. TUE 12:15–1:15 pm Instructor: Diane Taublieb TUE 7:15–8:15 pm Instructor: Victor Kioulaphides Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/21 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students)

THEORY II: HARMONY This class is designed for musicians who have already taken Theory I as well as those who are comfortable with the basic materials of music. You will learn to analyze and construct chord progressions, modulate among different keys and design small musical forms. This course also serves as an introduction to the analysis of classical choral and symphonic repertoire and as preparation for music composition. TUE 1:15–2:15 pm Instructor: Diane Taublieb TUE 6:15–7:15 pm Instructor: Victor Kioulaphides Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/21 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students) NEW! ONLINE COMPOSITION In this online course, you can focus your creative ideas with an overview of compositional techniques and basic music theory. Using the Haiku Learning Management System, this course includes lessons, structured assignments and individual free composing with instructor comments. Work on your music, and receive feedback, at any hour of the day. Students receive one hour of instruction per week. Instructor: Robinson McClellan 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students)

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MUSIC APPRECIATION NEW! ART OF INTERPRETATION: COMPARING GREAT PERFORMANCES Join pianist Eliran Avni for a musical journey, comparing performance practices from the Baroque period to present times. Lecture, discussion and guided listening will illuminate masterpieces from the classical canon, such as Beethoven piano sonatas, Bach string and Brandenburg concerti, Debussy works, Chopin mazurkas and lieder. Additional discussion topics include composers as pianists, development of current performative conventions, and more. Students who are currently working on repertoire related to the class curriculum may be invited play for the group. WED 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 10/17–12/12 (no class 11/21) Spring 2/27–4/24 (no class 3/27) Instructor: Eliran Avni 8 weeks: $230

MUSIC HISTORY: BACH TO BARTÓK A broad exploration of music history covering selected masterpieces from J. S. Bach (Baroque) through Bartók (20th century). This class focuses on guided listening in order to gain an understanding of different musical styles and the composer’s creative world within a relevant cultural context. You will develop basic music vocabulary for informed listening and appreciation. No prior knowledge of music theory or music history is necessary. WED 12:30–1:30 pm Fall 10/10–1/16 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/6–5/8 (no class 2/20, 3/27) Instructor: Diane Taublieb 12 weeks: $240

THEORY I Indispensable for anyone studying voice, an instrument or sight-singing, the study of theory provides a fundamental background, accelerates music learning and enhances creativity. This class covers note reading and writing, intervals, notation, scales, chords and meter. Reading music is not required. No prior knowledge of music theory is necessary. TUE 12:15–1:15 pm Instructor: Diane Taublieb TUE 7:15–8:15 pm Instructor: Victor Kioulaphides Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/21 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students)

THEORY II: HARMONY This class is designed for musicians who have already taken Theory I as well as those who are comfortable with the basic materials of music. You will learn to analyze and construct chord progressions, modulate among different keys and design small musical forms. This course also serves as an introduction to the analysis of classical choral and symphonic repertoire and as preparation for music composition. TUE 1:15–2:15 pm Instructor: Diane Taublieb TUE 6:15–7:15 pm Instructor: Victor Kioulaphides Fall 10/16–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/21 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students) NEW! ONLINE COMPOSITION In this online course, you can focus your creative ideas with an overview of compositional techniques and basic music theory. Using the Haiku Learning Management System, this course includes lessons, structured assignments and individual free composing with instructor comments. Work on your music, and receive feedback, at any hour of the day. Students receive one hour of instruction per week. Instructor: Robinson McClellan 12 weeks: $240 (20% discount for Sight-Singing or Nashir! students)

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SIGHT-SINGING WITH LIZ FLEISCHER “A must for singers, and so much fun…” –Bette Midler New York’s most comprehensive sight-singing program makes learning to read music simple and fun. Participants at every level progress rapidly, gaining a practical understanding of music theory, music history and compositional techniques. Classes are taught by Liz Fleischer, hailed by New York Magazine as “One of New York’s great teachers.” Beginner: Introduction to pitch and rhythm reading, ear-training and music theory. Intermediate I: In-depth study of modes, major and minor scales, intervals, chromatic alteration and simple modulations, singing rounds, part-music and solo literature. Intermediate II: Intervals in the context of “key,” with emphasis on the mastery of tonal conventions and chromaticism.

Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm Explorations in challenging metre, accent and subdivision in barred and unbarred repertoire from the late Middle Ages to modern times (study techniques and dictation emphasized). Two levels. Placement Classes: WED 9/19 at 6:30 pm TUE 1/22 at 6:30 pm TUE 12:15–1:30 pm Beginner TUE 6:15–7:30 pm Beginner TUE 7:30–8:45 pm Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm I Fall 10/16–12/18 10 weeks: $325 (includes $5 materials fee) WED 11:30 am–12:40 pm Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm II WED 12:40–1:50 pm Intermediate I WED 6:15–7:25 pm Intermediate I WED 7:25–8:35 pm Intermediate II Fall 10/3–12/19 (no class 11/21) 11 weeks: $325 (includes $5 materials fee) Spring Schedule will be posted on kaufman-center.org/lms by late November.

The Dalcroze School at Lucy Moses School offers a unique and comprehensive musical training. Its three core subjects include: Eurhythmics, the study of rhythm; Solfège, ear training and musical literacy; and Improvisation, spontaneous musical expression at the piano. These courses are offered in Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Lucy Moses School’s Birnbaum Music Library includes a large collection of Dalcroze materials. TEACHER TRAINING Dalcroze certification is available at the Certificate and License levels. The Dalcroze Certificate confers authority to teach children according to the Dalcroze approach. The Dalcroze License confers authority to teach adults and to give Dalcroze workshops. PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT You do not need to work toward certification to enroll in Dalcroze classes. Music students, classroom and music teachers, actors, dancers and many others have all benefitted from Dalcroze training. No previous Dalcroze experience or piano skills are necessary to enroll in Beginner/Intermediate level classes. Open Classes: TUE 9/16 at 6 pm TUE 2/5 at 6 pm

NEW! DALCROZE AT ANY AGE: A CREATIVE AGING EXPERIENCE New at Lucy Moses School – a Dalcroze class designed specifically for seniors! Whether you have a life-long love of music or are curious to learn a little more about what makes music so enjoyable, this class will enrich your relationship with music. In Dalroze Eurhythmics, students learn to move in simple and elegant ways to express what the music is communicating to them. This wonderfully social class incorporates work with partners and in groups. Music used in the class will include classical favorites and standards from the American Songbook. As an added bonus, Dalcroze Eurhythmics has been known to improve your balance and posture! TUE 12–1 pm Fall 10/30–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/26–5/21 (no class 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Leslie Upchurch 10 weeks: $250 (senior discount included) INTRODUCTION TO EURHYTHMICS Discover how Dalcroze illuminates the connection between music and movement in this open-level class. THU 11:30 am–1 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Instructor: Cynthia Lilley 10 weeks: $290

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SIGHT-SINGING WITH LIZ FLEISCHER “A must for singers, and so much fun…” –Bette Midler New York’s most comprehensive sight-singing program makes learning to read music simple and fun. Participants at every level progress rapidly, gaining a practical understanding of music theory, music history and compositional techniques. Classes are taught by Liz Fleischer, hailed by New York Magazine as “One of New York’s great teachers.” Beginner: Introduction to pitch and rhythm reading, ear-training and music theory. Intermediate I: In-depth study of modes, major and minor scales, intervals, chromatic alteration and simple modulations, singing rounds, part-music and solo literature. Intermediate II: Intervals in the context of “key,” with emphasis on the mastery of tonal conventions and chromaticism.

Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm Explorations in challenging metre, accent and subdivision in barred and unbarred repertoire from the late Middle Ages to modern times (study techniques and dictation emphasized). Two levels. Placement Classes: WED 9/19 at 6:30 pm TUE 1/22 at 6:30 pm TUE 12:15–1:30 pm Beginner TUE 6:15–7:30 pm Beginner TUE 7:30–8:45 pm Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm I Fall 10/16–12/18 10 weeks: $325 (includes $5 materials fee) WED 11:30 am–12:40 pm Lab Choir: Focus on Rhythm II WED 12:40–1:50 pm Intermediate I WED 6:15–7:25 pm Intermediate I WED 7:25–8:35 pm Intermediate II Fall 10/3–12/19 (no class 11/21) 11 weeks: $325 (includes $5 materials fee) Spring Schedule will be posted on kaufman-center.org/lms by late November.

The Dalcroze School at Lucy Moses School offers a unique and comprehensive musical training. Its three core subjects include: Eurhythmics, the study of rhythm; Solfège, ear training and musical literacy; and Improvisation, spontaneous musical expression at the piano. These courses are offered in Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Lucy Moses School’s Birnbaum Music Library includes a large collection of Dalcroze materials. TEACHER TRAINING Dalcroze certification is available at the Certificate and License levels. The Dalcroze Certificate confers authority to teach children according to the Dalcroze approach. The Dalcroze License confers authority to teach adults and to give Dalcroze workshops. PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT You do not need to work toward certification to enroll in Dalcroze classes. Music students, classroom and music teachers, actors, dancers and many others have all benefitted from Dalcroze training. No previous Dalcroze experience or piano skills are necessary to enroll in Beginner/Intermediate level classes. Open Classes: TUE 9/16 at 6 pm TUE 2/5 at 6 pm

NEW! DALCROZE AT ANY AGE: A CREATIVE AGING EXPERIENCE New at Lucy Moses School – a Dalcroze class designed specifically for seniors! Whether you have a life-long love of music or are curious to learn a little more about what makes music so enjoyable, this class will enrich your relationship with music. In Dalroze Eurhythmics, students learn to move in simple and elegant ways to express what the music is communicating to them. This wonderfully social class incorporates work with partners and in groups. Music used in the class will include classical favorites and standards from the American Songbook. As an added bonus, Dalcroze Eurhythmics has been known to improve your balance and posture! TUE 12–1 pm Fall 10/30–1/15 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/26–5/21 (no class 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Leslie Upchurch 10 weeks: $250 (senior discount included) INTRODUCTION TO EURHYTHMICS Discover how Dalcroze illuminates the connection between music and movement in this open-level class. THU 11:30 am–1 pm Fall 10/25–1/17 (no class 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/28–5/9 (no class 3/28) Instructor: Cynthia Lilley 10 weeks: $290

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PEDAGOGY AND APPLICATIONS: License Level Advanced students preparing for their License Exam discuss and demonstrate Dalcroze pedagogy as it applies to teaching adults. Supervised teaching includes working with TUE 6-7:30 pm class. Day and time by arrangement with faculty; two to four hours per week

EURHYTHMICS, SOLFÈGE, IMPROVISATION: Beginner/Intermediate TUE 6–7:30 pm Fall 10/16–1/22 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructors: Anne Farber 13 weeks: $490 EURHYTHMICS, SOLFÈGE: Intermediate/Advanced MON 5:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/10–1/28 (no class 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/4–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Anne Farber 15 weeks: $755 IMPROVISATION: Intermediate/Advanced MON 7:30–8:30 pm Fall 9/10–1/28 (no class 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/4–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Anne Farber 15 weeks: $375

PEDAGOGY AND APPLICATIONS: Certificate Level A combination of hands-on experience, pedagogic theory, demonstration classes and supervised teaching. This course is required of certificate-track students. TUE 2:15–3:45 pm pedagogy, TUE 4–4:45 pm supervised teaching Fall 10/16–1/22 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Anne Farber 13 weeks: $490 Other days and times available by arrangement with faculty.

Dalcroze students may also be interested in Improvisation for All Musicians on p. 7

PIANO PEDAGOGY A consideration of the piano lesson, including its constraints and possibilities: • Balancing the competing claims of technique, sightreading, playing by ear, memorizing, improvising and composing • Evaluating various methods/ systems and their teaching materials • Choosing repertoire • Promoting efficient practicing SUN 7–9 pm Dates determined by schedules of participating students. Instructor: Anne Farber 5 sessions: $300 SUMMER INTENSIVE The Summer Intensive offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Dalcroze method. Discussion of pedagogy and observation of children’s classes are included. Beg./Int. and Int./Adv. sections are offered both weeks. MON–FRI 9:30 am–3 pm 8/12–8/16 8/19–8/23 $550 for one week $1055 for both weeks

IN RESIDENCE AT LUCY MOSES SCHOOL CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB Are you an amateur musician who would like to play with professionals? If you are a pianist, string or wind player, you can decide each week what music you wish to play and what ensemble format you prefer. Play with the professionals and with other club members. Chamber Music Associates (CMA) offers a variety of opportunities: You can work on a single piece for the year-end recital, or sight-read a different work every week. Club members bring the music they wish to play, and can sign up ahead for a specific ensemble or play first-come, first-served in the “trio/quartet room.” Coaching is available as desired by members. There are no auditions and no pre-assigned groups. WED 7:30–9:30 pm Year 10/10–5/22 25 weeks: $700 (includes year-end recital) 12 weeks: $375 (through 1/23 – Does not include year-end recital)

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PEDAGOGY AND APPLICATIONS: License Level Advanced students preparing for their License Exam discuss and demonstrate Dalcroze pedagogy as it applies to teaching adults. Supervised teaching includes working with TUE 6-7:30 pm class. Day and time by arrangement with faculty; two to four hours per week

EURHYTHMICS, SOLFÈGE, IMPROVISATION: Beginner/Intermediate TUE 6–7:30 pm Fall 10/16–1/22 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructors: Anne Farber 13 weeks: $490 EURHYTHMICS, SOLFÈGE: Intermediate/Advanced MON 5:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/10–1/28 (no class 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/4–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Anne Farber 15 weeks: $755 IMPROVISATION: Intermediate/Advanced MON 7:30–8:30 pm Fall 9/10–1/28 (no class 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/4–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Anne Farber 15 weeks: $375

PEDAGOGY AND APPLICATIONS: Certificate Level A combination of hands-on experience, pedagogic theory, demonstration classes and supervised teaching. This course is required of certificate-track students. TUE 2:15–3:45 pm pedagogy, TUE 4–4:45 pm supervised teaching Fall 10/16–1/22 (no class 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–5/28 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Anne Farber 13 weeks: $490 Other days and times available by arrangement with faculty.

Dalcroze students may also be interested in Improvisation for All Musicians on p. 7

PIANO PEDAGOGY A consideration of the piano lesson, including its constraints and possibilities: • Balancing the competing claims of technique, sightreading, playing by ear, memorizing, improvising and composing • Evaluating various methods/ systems and their teaching materials • Choosing repertoire • Promoting efficient practicing SUN 7–9 pm Dates determined by schedules of participating students. Instructor: Anne Farber 5 sessions: $300 SUMMER INTENSIVE The Summer Intensive offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Dalcroze method. Discussion of pedagogy and observation of children’s classes are included. Beg./Int. and Int./Adv. sections are offered both weeks. MON–FRI 9:30 am–3 pm 8/12–8/16 8/19–8/23 $550 for one week $1055 for both weeks

IN RESIDENCE AT LUCY MOSES SCHOOL CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB Are you an amateur musician who would like to play with professionals? If you are a pianist, string or wind player, you can decide each week what music you wish to play and what ensemble format you prefer. Play with the professionals and with other club members. Chamber Music Associates (CMA) offers a variety of opportunities: You can work on a single piece for the year-end recital, or sight-read a different work every week. Club members bring the music they wish to play, and can sign up ahead for a specific ensemble or play first-come, first-served in the “trio/quartet room.” Coaching is available as desired by members. There are no auditions and no pre-assigned groups. WED 7:30–9:30 pm Year 10/10–5/22 25 weeks: $700 (includes year-end recital) 12 weeks: $375 (through 1/23 – Does not include year-end recital)

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THEATER AT LUCY MOSES SCHOOL NEW! BROADWAY EVEN CLOSER Pull back the curtain on Merkin Concert Hall’s popular Broadway Close Up series! Join Artistic Director Sean Hartley for behindthe-scenes discussions with this season’s musical directors. In this intimate setting, you’ll learn about the creative process and hear backstage stories. Class is limited to 20. WED 6:30–7:30 pm Ann Goodman Recital Hall Fall 9/26, 10/24, 11/7, 12/5 Instructor: Sean Hartley 4 weeks: $80 IMPROV I Release your creativity by exploring improvisational acting techniques! Through theater games, story development and character creation you will build spontaneity, collaborative skills and confidence when speaking in public. In this supportive and nurturing atmosphere, each student can feel comfortable with verbal, physical and emotional expression. Actors and non-actors are welcome! Open Classes: 9/24 & 2/11, 7 pm MON 7–9 pm Fall 10/15–11/19 Spring 2/25–4/15 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Susan Kaessinger 6 weeks: $205

IMPROV II The fun continues as you delve into challenging scene work, character creation, storytelling, physical/verbal expression and environment work while continuing to stress trust and cooperation within the group. In addition, two class sessions feature musical theater improvisation with a pianist. This class culminates in a performance. Prerequisite: IMPROV I or comparable training MON 7–9 pm Fall 11/26–2/4 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 4/22–6/17 (no class 5/27) Instructor: Susan Kaessinger 8 weeks: $270 NEW! SONG & DANCE It’s Glee for grownups! Learn and perform ensemble numbers from Broadway and pop repertoire. Rehearsals focus on vocal instruction, staging and simple choreography. This class culminates in a performance and a placement session is required. Placement Sessions: WED 10/10 at 6:30 pm WED 2/13 at 6:30 pm WED 6:30–8:30 pm Ann Goodman Recital Hall Fall 10/24–1/16 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/27–5/8 (no class 3/27) Instructors: Clay Zambo, Christine Barclay 10 weeks: $470

Theater students may also be interested in Broadway Singing on p. 5 and Opera Workshop on p. 13

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THEATER AT LUCY MOSES SCHOOL NEW! BROADWAY EVEN CLOSER Pull back the curtain on Merkin Concert Hall’s popular Broadway Close Up series! Join Artistic Director Sean Hartley for behindthe-scenes discussions with this season’s musical directors. In this intimate setting, you’ll learn about the creative process and hear backstage stories. Class is limited to 20. WED 6:30–7:30 pm Ann Goodman Recital Hall Fall 9/26, 10/24, 11/7, 12/5 Instructor: Sean Hartley 4 weeks: $80 IMPROV I Release your creativity by exploring improvisational acting techniques! Through theater games, story development and character creation you will build spontaneity, collaborative skills and confidence when speaking in public. In this supportive and nurturing atmosphere, each student can feel comfortable with verbal, physical and emotional expression. Actors and non-actors are welcome! Open Classes: 9/24 & 2/11, 7 pm MON 7–9 pm Fall 10/15–11/19 Spring 2/25–4/15 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Susan Kaessinger 6 weeks: $205

IMPROV II The fun continues as you delve into challenging scene work, character creation, storytelling, physical/verbal expression and environment work while continuing to stress trust and cooperation within the group. In addition, two class sessions feature musical theater improvisation with a pianist. This class culminates in a performance. Prerequisite: IMPROV I or comparable training MON 7–9 pm Fall 11/26–2/4 (no class 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 4/22–6/17 (no class 5/27) Instructor: Susan Kaessinger 8 weeks: $270 NEW! SONG & DANCE It’s Glee for grownups! Learn and perform ensemble numbers from Broadway and pop repertoire. Rehearsals focus on vocal instruction, staging and simple choreography. This class culminates in a performance and a placement session is required. Placement Sessions: WED 10/10 at 6:30 pm WED 2/13 at 6:30 pm WED 6:30–8:30 pm Ann Goodman Recital Hall Fall 10/24–1/16 (no class 11/21, 12/26, 1/2) Spring 2/27–5/8 (no class 3/27) Instructors: Clay Zambo, Christine Barclay 10 weeks: $470

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BALLET Explore the Vaganova (Kirov) syllabus with an emphasis on barre work. MON 7:30–8:30 pm Open Level MON 8:30–9:30 pm Special Projects Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) THU 7:30–8:30 pm Open Level Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245 BODYWORK FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS This program combines therapeutic stretching and large muscle group exercises to develop strength, fitness, flexibility and good health. MON 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245

STRETCHING AND RELAXATION This therapeutic exercise program is designed to stretch and relax muscles, and includes work on breathing techniques and stress reduction. THU 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245 NEW! GENTLE JAZZ MOVEMENT This Jazz and Broadway class is designed to meet the needs of mature adults and offers gentle stretching and mobility exercises for strength-building, and cardiovascular exercise in the form of dance. MON 12–1 pm Fall 10/15–12/17 Spring 2/25–5/13 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Christina Morrissey 10 weeks: $160 (senior discount included)

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BALLET Explore the Vaganova (Kirov) syllabus with an emphasis on barre work. MON 7:30–8:30 pm Open Level MON 8:30–9:30 pm Special Projects Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) THU 7:30–8:30 pm Open Level Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245 BODYWORK FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS This program combines therapeutic stretching and large muscle group exercises to develop strength, fitness, flexibility and good health. MON 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/24–1/28 (no class 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21) Spring 2/11–6/10 (no class 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245

STRETCHING AND RELAXATION This therapeutic exercise program is designed to stretch and relax muscles, and includes work on breathing techniques and stress reduction. THU 6:30–7:30 pm Fall 9/27–1/24 (no class 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3) Spring 2/7–5/30 (no class 2/21, 3/28, 5/16) Instructor: Parsla Vintere 14 weeks: $245 NEW! GENTLE JAZZ MOVEMENT This Jazz and Broadway class is designed to meet the needs of mature adults and offers gentle stretching and mobility exercises for strength-building, and cardiovascular exercise in the form of dance. MON 12–1 pm Fall 10/15–12/17 Spring 2/25–5/13 (no class 3/25, 4/1) Instructor: Christina Morrissey 10 weeks: $160 (senior discount included)

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WELCOME TO OUR HOME The recently-renovated Goodman House, home to Kaufman Center since 1978, includes a variety of facilities for students, including: • 15 sunlit classrooms • 22 bright music studios • 2 dance studios • an electronic piano studio • the Molly Goodman Gallery, which is often used for after-school programs and special events NEW! WORKOUT. ROCKOUT. CORE BARRE Move with meaning. Be inspired. Be dedicated. Be yourself. Workout. Rockout. Core Barre is a total body workout set to motivating music that works every muscle safely and effectively in just 60 minutes. The result-a strong core, great posture, increased flexibility and toned and lean muscles. Using your own body weight as resistance, we set the body in proper alignment and then we move in small isometric movements to the beat of the music. Isolate, strengthen, sculpt and stretch each muscle group. Increase your knowledge of your own body. Lose inches and have fun while you do it. This class is great for fitness newbies or athletes alike. What to bring: yoga mat, light weights, yoga band, yoga block TUE 9:15–10:15 am Fall 9/11–1/22 (no class 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–6/4 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Ashley Gramins 14 weeks: $280

NEW! WORKOUT. ROCKOUT. CORE YOGA FLOW Move with meaning. Be inspired. Be dedicated. Be yourself. Workout. Rockout. Core Yoga Flow incorporates elements of the Core Barre class while flowing through an athletic and dynamic sequence of yoga poses. Set to motivating music, this class will increase strength and flexibility while increasing awareness and relaxation for the body and mind. This class is great for fitness newbies or athletes alike. What to bring: yoga mat, light weights, yoga band, yoga block FRI 9:15–10:15 am Fall 10/5–1/25 (no class 11/23, 12/28, 1/4) Spring 2/8–5/31 (no class 2/22, 3/29, 5/17) Instructor: Ashley Gramins 14 weeks: $280 All Dance & Movement classes are also available on a drop-in basis! Per-class rate is payable at the front desk.

• the intimate Ann Goodman Recital Hall, used for student and faculty recitals • the Balcony Lobby, which is now Kaufman Center’s largest space for receptions, rehearsals and classes • Merkin Concert Hall, where students can hear great performances as well as have the experience of performing themselves • Birnbaum Music Library, where parents and students will find an extensive collection of Israeli music in scores and on tape, in addition to other circulating musical material selected to serve students’ needs. Kaufman Center is New York’s creative community for listeners, learners and performers—people who want music in their lives. Housed in a landmark modernist building recently renovated by Robert A.M. Stern, Kaufman Center is home to the acoustically perfect Merkin Concert Hall;

Lucy Moses School, New York’s largest community arts school; and the Special Music School, New York’s only K–12 public school for musically gifted children. Kaufman Center brings together music education and performance for students and audiences of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels, combining the finest music education for children and adults with boldly innovative yet intimate concert experiences spanning a wide range of music—from experimental works by up-and coming composers, jazz artists and classical concerts to Broadway favorites and family musical reviews. Kaufman Center is chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. Lucy Moses School is a certified member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. CONTACT US For more information, contact the Registrar at 212 501 3360 or e-mail lucymosesschool@kaufmancenter.org Visit kaufman-center.org/lms for class details. HOW TO GET HERE Kaufman Center is conveniently located on West 67th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam, near the M5, M7, M11, M66 and M104 buses, and one block from the #1 subway. There are many parking garages nearby.

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WELCOME TO OUR HOME The recently-renovated Goodman House, home to Kaufman Center since 1978, includes a variety of facilities for students, including: • 15 sunlit classrooms • 22 bright music studios • 2 dance studios • an electronic piano studio • the Molly Goodman Gallery, which is often used for after-school programs and special events NEW! WORKOUT. ROCKOUT. CORE BARRE Move with meaning. Be inspired. Be dedicated. Be yourself. Workout. Rockout. Core Barre is a total body workout set to motivating music that works every muscle safely and effectively in just 60 minutes. The result-a strong core, great posture, increased flexibility and toned and lean muscles. Using your own body weight as resistance, we set the body in proper alignment and then we move in small isometric movements to the beat of the music. Isolate, strengthen, sculpt and stretch each muscle group. Increase your knowledge of your own body. Lose inches and have fun while you do it. This class is great for fitness newbies or athletes alike. What to bring: yoga mat, light weights, yoga band, yoga block TUE 9:15–10:15 am Fall 9/11–1/22 (no class 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 12/25, 1/1) Spring 2/5–6/4 (no class 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14) Instructor: Ashley Gramins 14 weeks: $280

NEW! WORKOUT. ROCKOUT. CORE YOGA FLOW Move with meaning. Be inspired. Be dedicated. Be yourself. Workout. Rockout. Core Yoga Flow incorporates elements of the Core Barre class while flowing through an athletic and dynamic sequence of yoga poses. Set to motivating music, this class will increase strength and flexibility while increasing awareness and relaxation for the body and mind. This class is great for fitness newbies or athletes alike. What to bring: yoga mat, light weights, yoga band, yoga block FRI 9:15–10:15 am Fall 10/5–1/25 (no class 11/23, 12/28, 1/4) Spring 2/8–5/31 (no class 2/22, 3/29, 5/17) Instructor: Ashley Gramins 14 weeks: $280 All Dance & Movement classes are also available on a drop-in basis! Per-class rate is payable at the front desk.

• the intimate Ann Goodman Recital Hall, used for student and faculty recitals • the Balcony Lobby, which is now Kaufman Center’s largest space for receptions, rehearsals and classes • Merkin Concert Hall, where students can hear great performances as well as have the experience of performing themselves • Birnbaum Music Library, where parents and students will find an extensive collection of Israeli music in scores and on tape, in addition to other circulating musical material selected to serve students’ needs. Kaufman Center is New York’s creative community for listeners, learners and performers—people who want music in their lives. Housed in a landmark modernist building recently renovated by Robert A.M. Stern, Kaufman Center is home to the acoustically perfect Merkin Concert Hall;

Lucy Moses School, New York’s largest community arts school; and the Special Music School, New York’s only K–12 public school for musically gifted children. Kaufman Center brings together music education and performance for students and audiences of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels, combining the finest music education for children and adults with boldly innovative yet intimate concert experiences spanning a wide range of music—from experimental works by up-and coming composers, jazz artists and classical concerts to Broadway favorites and family musical reviews. Kaufman Center is chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. Lucy Moses School is a certified member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. CONTACT US For more information, contact the Registrar at 212 501 3360 or e-mail lucymosesschool@kaufmancenter.org Visit kaufman-center.org/lms for class details. HOW TO GET HERE Kaufman Center is conveniently located on West 67th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam, near the M5, M7, M11, M66 and M104 buses, and one block from the #1 subway. There are many parking garages nearby.

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Registration Procedures During office hours, we encourage you to call 212 501 3360 or visit the school for the most up-to-date information about class availability and to register. Our staff is available Monday-Thursday, 9 am -7 pm; Sunday & Friday, 9 am-5:30 pm. During July and August, the office is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 5:30 pm. You can download a registration form from our website, kaufman-center.org/lms, that can be mailed, faxed, or emailed as an attachment to the Education Office at the addresses listed below. Online registration is not currently available, but a new online registration system will be available in the future. Once you have registered, please allow three to four weeks to receive your class schedule. The heavy volume of registrations received after August 1 slows down the processing. If registration has not been confirmed, please call or e-mail Lucy Moses School before the first day of class or first lesson. Group classes Course enrollments are limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. We strongly recommend registering well before August 1 for the best availability, as many courses and sections close quickly. While we will do our best to accommodate preferences, we cannot guarantee that your specific request can always be met and will advise you on your options should your preferred class not be available. Late registration for

classes is permitted only with the permission of the instructor. Mid-year enrollments are possible for selected classes; please check with the registrar or visit our website. Lucy Moses School reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. Private lessons Students interested in private lessons may begin at any time during the year and may register for 7 or 14 lessons at a time. New students have the opportunity to meet with the Manager of the Adult Division for consultation and placement. Returning students continuing with the same teacher should specify preferred days and times on the registration form. Requests for a specific teacher are granted on a space available basis. Payment information We accept payments by check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express) or cash. Credit card payments may also be made by telephone. Please note that credit cards are not kept on file and will NOT be automatically charged. Withdrawals and refunds All requests for withdrawal must be received, in writing, by Lucy Moses School before any student will be considered withdrawn. Written request, either by letter or e-mail, should be directed to the Registrar of Lucy Moses School at lucymosesschool@ kaufman-center.org. Verbal requests or notification of intention

to withdraw do not fulfill this requirement. Notifying the teacher does not constitute notice of withdrawal. The effective date of withdrawal is the date that the written notice is received, not the last date of class or private lesson. Withdrawal from a group class Students withdrawing more than two days before the first class/ lesson will receive a full tuition refund minus the registration fee. A pro-rated tuition refund will be given for students withdrawing after the first class session. No refunds will be given after the second class session. Withdrawal from Private Lessons Students must notify the office and teacher two weeks in advance in writing of the intent to withdraw. Refunds for unused lessons will be made. Please note: Registration fees are not refundable. Allow three to four weeks for the processing of refunds. Because of our flexible refund policy, we do not offer trial lessons. Discounts • Senior citizens receive a 10% discount on all group classes (not private lessons) • Jazz private lesson students receive a discount on jazz group classes • Sight-Singing and Nashir students receive a discount on Music Theory classes • Discounted tickets are available to selected Kaufman Center presentations at Merkin Concert Hall performances, subject to availability. Tickets must be ordered by phone or in person,

and require a current Lucy Moses School student ID when tickets are claimed. Call the box office at 212 501 3330 to inquire about availability. Absences and Make-ups Group classes In case of student illness or other need to be absent, we do not offer make-up classes. Students enrolled in a class with multiple sections, with the permission of the instructor, may attend another section of the class. If the instructor misses a class, a makeup will be scheduled or a refund will be issued. Private lessons If you are going to be absent from a private lesson, you should contact the teacher directly by phone. One excused absence is allowed per year with 24-hour advance notification. In that case, a make-up lesson may be scheduled at a time that is mutually convenient. Snow days Lucy Moses School normally closes for snow when the New York City public schools do; listen to WCBS Newsradio 88 (880 AM) or WINS (1010 AM) for our snow closing information or check our website. Credits and Degrees Contact your college’s Music Department Chair to determine your school’s policy. Lucy Moses School Adult Division awards the Certificate and License in Dalcroze, and Hunter College graduate students may take Dalcroze classes to fulfill their elective credits.

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Registration Procedures During office hours, we encourage you to call 212 501 3360 or visit the school for the most up-to-date information about class availability and to register. Our staff is available Monday-Thursday, 9 am -7 pm; Sunday & Friday, 9 am-5:30 pm. During July and August, the office is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 5:30 pm. You can download a registration form from our website, kaufman-center.org/lms, that can be mailed, faxed, or emailed as an attachment to the Education Office at the addresses listed below. Online registration is not currently available, but a new online registration system will be available in the future. Once you have registered, please allow three to four weeks to receive your class schedule. The heavy volume of registrations received after August 1 slows down the processing. If registration has not been confirmed, please call or e-mail Lucy Moses School before the first day of class or first lesson. Group classes Course enrollments are limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. We strongly recommend registering well before August 1 for the best availability, as many courses and sections close quickly. While we will do our best to accommodate preferences, we cannot guarantee that your specific request can always be met and will advise you on your options should your preferred class not be available. Late registration for

classes is permitted only with the permission of the instructor. Mid-year enrollments are possible for selected classes; please check with the registrar or visit our website. Lucy Moses School reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. Private lessons Students interested in private lessons may begin at any time during the year and may register for 7 or 14 lessons at a time. New students have the opportunity to meet with the Manager of the Adult Division for consultation and placement. Returning students continuing with the same teacher should specify preferred days and times on the registration form. Requests for a specific teacher are granted on a space available basis. Payment information We accept payments by check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express) or cash. Credit card payments may also be made by telephone. Please note that credit cards are not kept on file and will NOT be automatically charged. Withdrawals and refunds All requests for withdrawal must be received, in writing, by Lucy Moses School before any student will be considered withdrawn. Written request, either by letter or e-mail, should be directed to the Registrar of Lucy Moses School at lucymosesschool@ kaufman-center.org. Verbal requests or notification of intention

to withdraw do not fulfill this requirement. Notifying the teacher does not constitute notice of withdrawal. The effective date of withdrawal is the date that the written notice is received, not the last date of class or private lesson. Withdrawal from a group class Students withdrawing more than two days before the first class/ lesson will receive a full tuition refund minus the registration fee. A pro-rated tuition refund will be given for students withdrawing after the first class session. No refunds will be given after the second class session. Withdrawal from Private Lessons Students must notify the office and teacher two weeks in advance in writing of the intent to withdraw. Refunds for unused lessons will be made. Please note: Registration fees are not refundable. Allow three to four weeks for the processing of refunds. Because of our flexible refund policy, we do not offer trial lessons. Discounts • Senior citizens receive a 10% discount on all group classes (not private lessons) • Jazz private lesson students receive a discount on jazz group classes • Sight-Singing and Nashir students receive a discount on Music Theory classes • Discounted tickets are available to selected Kaufman Center presentations at Merkin Concert Hall performances, subject to availability. Tickets must be ordered by phone or in person,

and require a current Lucy Moses School student ID when tickets are claimed. Call the box office at 212 501 3330 to inquire about availability. Absences and Make-ups Group classes In case of student illness or other need to be absent, we do not offer make-up classes. Students enrolled in a class with multiple sections, with the permission of the instructor, may attend another section of the class. If the instructor misses a class, a makeup will be scheduled or a refund will be issued. Private lessons If you are going to be absent from a private lesson, you should contact the teacher directly by phone. One excused absence is allowed per year with 24-hour advance notification. In that case, a make-up lesson may be scheduled at a time that is mutually convenient. Snow days Lucy Moses School normally closes for snow when the New York City public schools do; listen to WCBS Newsradio 88 (880 AM) or WINS (1010 AM) for our snow closing information or check our website. Credits and Degrees Contact your college’s Music Department Chair to determine your school’s policy. Lucy Moses School Adult Division awards the Certificate and License in Dalcroze, and Hunter College graduate students may take Dalcroze classes to fulfill their elective credits.

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ADULT DIVISION FACULTY AND CONDUCTORS Bassoon Adrian Morejon Cello Julia Bruskin Margalit Cantor Wanda Glowacka Biana Kovic Vladimir Panteleyev Chamber Music Eliran Avni Mary Barto Sergei Krivonos Mara Milkis Vladimir Panteleyev Diane Taublieb, coordinator Clarinet Morrie Sherry Bonnie Sholl Dalcroze & Improvisation Anne Farber Michael Joviala Cynthia Lilley Dance & Movement Ashley Gramins Parsla Vintere Double Bass Rebecca Griffin Greene Victor Kioulaphides Flute Mary Barto Valerie Holmes Diane Taublieb

French Horn Heidi Garson Group Piano Chaim Freiberg Michael Ross Christine Yoon Guitar (acoustic and electric) Wes Hutchinson Nadav Lev Tamar Rosenfeld Tor Snyder Chris Welcome Harpsichord Keri Mikkelson Jazz Roni Ben-Hur, guitar Tardo Hammer, piano Hector Martignon, piano Amy London, voice Klezmer Band Ben Baron, conductor Music Theory Victor Kioulaphides Robin McClellan Diane Taublieb Oboe Peggy Wiltrout Percussion Russell Greenberg

Piano Temuri Akhobadze Eliran Avni Eugenia Betman Rafael Cortes Chaim Freiberg Eugenia Glivinsky Simon Goldvekht Inga Kapouler Igal Kesselman Sergei Krivonos Hector Martignon Natela Mchedlishvili Irina Nuzova Genya Paley Taisiya Pushkar Lev Samarov Cheryl Seltzer Raisa Shikhman Valida Suk Matei Varga Anna Vinnitsky Emily White Christine Yoon Vladimir Yudilevich Eva Zinger Recorder Valerie Holmes Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale Ben Gruder, conductor Saxophone Andrew Hadro Sight-Singing Elisabeth Fleischer

Theater Christine Barclay Susan Kaessinger Clay Zambo Trumpet Jason Bitonti Trombone James Rogers Viola Viktor Basis Sam Marchan Mara Milkis Olga Popova Suzanne Wagor Violin Anna Basis Faynberg Viktor Basis Alexander Boder Sarah Charness Gulia Gurevich Brian Krinke Julie Kurtzman Halina Listopad Sam Marchan Miho Matsuno Mara Milkis Nurit Pacht Olga Popova Matthew Reichert Lynelle Smith Suzanne Wagor Voice Judith Barnes Margaret Evans Nils Neubert Shirley Perkins Ingrid Zeldin as of 7/15/12

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Lydia Kontos, Executive Director Kathy Hubbard, Director of Administration Toby Rappaport, Director of Operations Robin Phillips, Director of Development Joan Jastrebski, Director of Marketing and Communications Sean Hartley, Director, Theater Wing Jenny Undercofler, Music Director, Special Music School Director, Face the Music Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Center Dr. Igal Kesselman, Director, Lucy Moses School Alicia Andrews, Assistant Director/ Adult Division Manager Scott Taylor, Young People’s Division Manager Megan Keenan, Registrar Alexandra Smith, Registrar Hope Bowman, Billing Associate Stephen Cabell, Librarian


ADULT DIVISION FACULTY AND CONDUCTORS Bassoon Adrian Morejon Cello Julia Bruskin Margalit Cantor Wanda Glowacka Biana Kovic Vladimir Panteleyev Chamber Music Eliran Avni Mary Barto Sergei Krivonos Mara Milkis Vladimir Panteleyev Diane Taublieb, coordinator Clarinet Morrie Sherry Bonnie Sholl Dalcroze & Improvisation Anne Farber Michael Joviala Cynthia Lilley Dance & Movement Ashley Gramins Parsla Vintere Double Bass Rebecca Griffin Greene Victor Kioulaphides Flute Mary Barto Valerie Holmes Diane Taublieb

French Horn Heidi Garson Group Piano Chaim Freiberg Michael Ross Christine Yoon Guitar (acoustic and electric) Wes Hutchinson Nadav Lev Tamar Rosenfeld Tor Snyder Chris Welcome Harpsichord Keri Mikkelson Jazz Roni Ben-Hur, guitar Tardo Hammer, piano Hector Martignon, piano Amy London, voice Klezmer Band Ben Baron, conductor Music Theory Victor Kioulaphides Robin McClellan Diane Taublieb Oboe Peggy Wiltrout Percussion Russell Greenberg

Piano Temuri Akhobadze Eliran Avni Eugenia Betman Rafael Cortes Chaim Freiberg Eugenia Glivinsky Simon Goldvekht Inga Kapouler Igal Kesselman Sergei Krivonos Hector Martignon Natela Mchedlishvili Irina Nuzova Genya Paley Taisiya Pushkar Lev Samarov Cheryl Seltzer Raisa Shikhman Valida Suk Matei Varga Anna Vinnitsky Emily White Christine Yoon Vladimir Yudilevich Eva Zinger Recorder Valerie Holmes Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale Ben Gruder, conductor Saxophone Andrew Hadro Sight-Singing Elisabeth Fleischer

Theater Christine Barclay Susan Kaessinger Clay Zambo Trumpet Jason Bitonti Trombone James Rogers Viola Viktor Basis Sam Marchan Mara Milkis Olga Popova Suzanne Wagor Violin Anna Basis Faynberg Viktor Basis Alexander Boder Sarah Charness Gulia Gurevich Brian Krinke Julie Kurtzman Halina Listopad Sam Marchan Miho Matsuno Mara Milkis Nurit Pacht Olga Popova Matthew Reichert Lynelle Smith Suzanne Wagor Voice Judith Barnes Margaret Evans Nils Neubert Shirley Perkins Ingrid Zeldin as of 7/15/12

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Lydia Kontos, Executive Director Kathy Hubbard, Director of Administration Toby Rappaport, Director of Operations Robin Phillips, Director of Development Joan Jastrebski, Director of Marketing and Communications Sean Hartley, Director, Theater Wing Jenny Undercofler, Music Director, Special Music School Director, Face the Music Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Center Dr. Igal Kesselman, Director, Lucy Moses School Alicia Andrews, Assistant Director/ Adult Division Manager Scott Taylor, Young People’s Division Manager Megan Keenan, Registrar Alexandra Smith, Registrar Hope Bowman, Billing Associate Stephen Cabell, Librarian


KAUFMAN CENTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOUNDING DIRECTOR Tzipora H. Jochsberger OFFICERS Rosalind Devon, Chairman Andrea Brown, President Leonard Goodman, Honorary Chair Elaine Kaufman, Honorary Chair Charles Dimston, Vice President Phyllis Feder, Vice President Bethany Millard, Vice President Irving Sitnick, Vice President Christina M. Mason, Treasurer Cathy White O’Rourke, Secretary TRUSTEES Gregory J. Fierce Connie Goodman Lydia Kontos David B. Krieger Alexander P. Lamis Solomon Merkin Wendy Mosler Gabrielle London Palitz Judith Rom Karen Sherry Kara Unterberg Patricia Weinbach Hadassah Weiner Joy Wyatt HONORARY TRUSTEES Lewis Kruger Morton Scheraga Blanche Shapiro Elie Wiesel LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Etta Brandman David Klafter Roy Niederhoffer

ARTISTS COUNCIL Tzvi Avni Alan Menken Harold Prince Fred Sherry Arnold Steinhardt Eugenia Zukerman LUCY MOSES SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD Phyllis Feder, Chairman Johanna Roman Barish Ilse Blumenfeld Andrea Brown Rosalind Devon Connie Goodman Igal Kesselman Laurie Lock Wendy Mosler Doris Rothenberg Faye Menken Schneier Millie Shen Irving Sitnick Kara Unterberg Patricia Weinbach Hadassah Weiner Jo Ann Werbel Kaufman Center does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy, marital status, non-job related physical handicaps, age or sexual orientation in employment or administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs or other school-administered programs or activities. Kaufman Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Photographs by: David Andrako, Alicia Andrews, Satoru Ishikawa, Joan Jastrebski, Michaela Jebb, Gabriel Rivera The information in this catalog is accurate as of August 1, 2012 and is subject to change.

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS Lucy Moses School programs are made possible, in part, with lead support from The Henry and Lucy Moses Fund. Additional support is provided by the Altman Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Con Edison, The David and Minnie Berk Foundation, Deutsche Bank, The Philip Devon Family Foundation, The E.H.A. Foundation, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, The Leir Charitable Foundations, The Libby Holman Foundation, Morgan Stanley Foundation, The Skirball Foundation, Michael Tuch Foundation, and the Music for Youth Initiative of the UJA-Federation of New York. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, from the New York City Council through the good offices of Councilmember Gale Brewer. Lucy Moses School programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Special thanks to the Scholarship Committee of the Friends of Kaufman Center. The Electronic Piano Laboratory was underwritten by the Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation.

SCHOOL CALENDAR In observance of the Jewish calendar, Kaufman Center is closed on the Sabbath and on high Jewish Holidays. “NO CLASS” DATES BY DAY OF WEEK SUN 10/7, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20, 2/17, 3/31, 5/26 MON 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21, 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27 TUE 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 12/25, 1/1, 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14 WED 9/26, 11/21, 12/26, 1/2, 2/20, 3/27, 5/15 THU 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3, 2/21, 3/28, 5/16 FRI 11/23, 12/28, 1/4, 2/22, 3/29, 5/17 “NO CLASS” DATES BY HOLIDAYS Rosh Hashanah 9/17–18 Yom Kippur 9/25–26 Sukkot 10/1–2, 10/14 Columbus Day/Shemini Atzeret 10/7–8 Simchat Torah 10/9 Thanksgiving 11/21–25 Winter Break 12/23–1/4 Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1/20–21 President’s Week 2/17–2/22 Passover/Spring Break 3/25–4/2 Shavout 5/14–17 Memorial Day 5/26–27

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KAUFMAN CENTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOUNDING DIRECTOR Tzipora H. Jochsberger OFFICERS Rosalind Devon, Chairman Andrea Brown, President Leonard Goodman, Honorary Chair Elaine Kaufman, Honorary Chair Charles Dimston, Vice President Phyllis Feder, Vice President Bethany Millard, Vice President Irving Sitnick, Vice President Christina M. Mason, Treasurer Cathy White O’Rourke, Secretary TRUSTEES Gregory J. Fierce Connie Goodman Lydia Kontos David B. Krieger Alexander P. Lamis Solomon Merkin Wendy Mosler Gabrielle London Palitz Judith Rom Karen Sherry Kara Unterberg Patricia Weinbach Hadassah Weiner Joy Wyatt HONORARY TRUSTEES Lewis Kruger Morton Scheraga Blanche Shapiro Elie Wiesel LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Etta Brandman David Klafter Roy Niederhoffer

ARTISTS COUNCIL Tzvi Avni Alan Menken Harold Prince Fred Sherry Arnold Steinhardt Eugenia Zukerman LUCY MOSES SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD Phyllis Feder, Chairman Johanna Roman Barish Ilse Blumenfeld Andrea Brown Rosalind Devon Connie Goodman Igal Kesselman Laurie Lock Wendy Mosler Doris Rothenberg Faye Menken Schneier Millie Shen Irving Sitnick Kara Unterberg Patricia Weinbach Hadassah Weiner Jo Ann Werbel Kaufman Center does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy, marital status, non-job related physical handicaps, age or sexual orientation in employment or administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs or other school-administered programs or activities. Kaufman Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Photographs by: David Andrako, Alicia Andrews, Satoru Ishikawa, Joan Jastrebski, Michaela Jebb, Gabriel Rivera The information in this catalog is accurate as of August 1, 2012 and is subject to change.

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS Lucy Moses School programs are made possible, in part, with lead support from The Henry and Lucy Moses Fund. Additional support is provided by the Altman Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Con Edison, The David and Minnie Berk Foundation, Deutsche Bank, The Philip Devon Family Foundation, The E.H.A. Foundation, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, The Leir Charitable Foundations, The Libby Holman Foundation, Morgan Stanley Foundation, The Skirball Foundation, Michael Tuch Foundation, and the Music for Youth Initiative of the UJA-Federation of New York. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, from the New York City Council through the good offices of Councilmember Gale Brewer. Lucy Moses School programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Special thanks to the Scholarship Committee of the Friends of Kaufman Center. The Electronic Piano Laboratory was underwritten by the Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation.

SCHOOL CALENDAR In observance of the Jewish calendar, Kaufman Center is closed on the Sabbath and on high Jewish Holidays. “NO CLASS” DATES BY DAY OF WEEK SUN 10/7, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 1/20, 2/17, 3/31, 5/26 MON 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 12/24, 12/31, 1/21, 2/18, 3/25, 4/1, 5/27 TUE 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 12/25, 1/1, 2/19, 3/26, 4/2, 5/14 WED 9/26, 11/21, 12/26, 1/2, 2/20, 3/27, 5/15 THU 10/4, 11/22, 12/27, 1/3, 2/21, 3/28, 5/16 FRI 11/23, 12/28, 1/4, 2/22, 3/29, 5/17 “NO CLASS” DATES BY HOLIDAYS Rosh Hashanah 9/17–18 Yom Kippur 9/25–26 Sukkot 10/1–2, 10/14 Columbus Day/Shemini Atzeret 10/7–8 Simchat Torah 10/9 Thanksgiving 11/21–25 Winter Break 12/23–1/4 Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1/20–21 President’s Week 2/17–2/22 Passover/Spring Break 3/25–4/2 Shavout 5/14–17 Memorial Day 5/26–27

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX BY CLASS 5-String Banjo 5 Aria da Capo 6 Art of Interpretation: Comparing Great Performances 14 Ballet 23 Bodywork for Health & Fitness 23 Broadway Even Closer 21 Broadway Singing 5 Chamber Music 11 Chamber Music Club 19 Dalcroze 17 Dalcroze at Any Age 17 Dalcroze Summer Intensive 19 Eurhythmics, Solfege and Improvisation 18 Fiddle Groove 3 Flute 4 Flute Ensemble 12 For the Love of Leider 6 Freedom & Structure: Teaching Young Piano Students 7 Gentle Jazz Movement 23 Guitar Basics 4 Improv 21 Improvisation for All Musicians 7 Intermediate Guitar: Songs of the Beatles 5 Introduction to Eurhythmics 17 Introduction to Jazz 9 Jazz 8

Jazz Appreciation: The Listening Experience 8 Jazz Ensemble 10 Jazz Guitar Workshop 10 Jazz Improvisation and Harmony 10 Jazz Piano Workshop 9 Jazz Vocal Workshop 9 Klezmer Band 11 Music History: Bach to Bart贸k 14 Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale 12 Online Composition 15 Opera Workshop 13 Pedagogy and Applications 18 Personal/Professional Development 17 Piano Pedagogy 19 Piano Performance 7 Piano Skills for Beginners 6 Private Lessons 3 Sight-Singing with Liz Fleischer 16 Song & Dance 21 Stretching and Relaxation 23 Theory 15 Voice 5 Workout. Rockout. Core Barre 24 Workout. Rockout. Core Yoga Flow 24


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