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TABLE OF CONTENTS P. 5 Individual & Group Beginning Instruction Ensembles P. 6

Classes

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Dance Programs Pre-School & After-School Programs

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Adult Programs

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Summer Programs & Camps Arts Therapy Partnerships & Other Programs

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Registration, Tuition & Fees Financial Aid

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School Calendar & Hours Contact Us

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Community Branches

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Faculty & Arts Therapists

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TAKE THE FIRST STEP. SETTLEMENT MUSIC SCHOOL IS DEDICATED TO A MISSION OF SERVICE AND EXCELLENCE AND A BELIEF THAT PEOPLE OF ALL AGES, ABILITIES, BACKGROUNDS AND FINANCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES DESERVE AND WILL BENEFIT FROM THE HIGH QUALITY PROGRAMS SETTLEMENT OFFERS. THE PROGRAMS HERE ARE STRUCTURED TO BE EQUALLY MEANINGFUL FOR ALL LEVELS OF STUDY. EVERYONE FOLLOWS A DIFFERENT PATH. WHETHER YOU ARE LOOKING TO ADD MUSIC IN YOUR CHILD’S LIFE FOR THE FIRST TIME, OR TO ENRICH YOUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT’S MUSICAL EXPERIENCE EVEN FURTHER, OR TO PICK UP THE INSTRUMENT THAT YOU LEARNED SO MANY YEARS AGO, THERE IS A PATH FOR YOU HERE. MORE OF THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF SETTLEMENT AT WWW.SMSMUSIC.ORG/VIDEO

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INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEGINNING INSTRUCTION INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION

FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

Individual Instruction is offered at all levels in piano and organ, all string, brass, woodwind, percussion, fingerboard instruments, composition and music theory. Settlement requires students to have an instrument for study and, in limited circumstances, may be able to assist students in acquiring instruments on loan. Many local vendors offer instrument rentals at reasonable rates. Settlement maintains and distributes a list of vendors at each branch for the information of students, but not as an endorsement. Individual voice instruction is offered to students age 13 and older. The Gleeksman-Kohn Children’s Choir is recommended for children ages 8-14 who wish to develop their singing skills.

PERFORMANCE HOURS: An informal recital for a walk-in audience. Open to all students at any level with teacher’s permission. Schedules are posted at each branch.

the year and free to all students. Concert schedules are available at all locations, or visit www.smsmusic. org. Attendance at these performances is an important adjunct to a complete music education.

STUDENT RECITALS: Held periodically at each branch. Students appear at the recommendation of a teacher and with approval of a Branch Director. Parents and friends are encouraged to attend. Schedules are posted at each branch and on the calendar at www.smsmusic.org.

CERTIFICATION

Students may be recommended by their teacher for PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES Certification at the appropriate level of achievement, WORKSHOPS: Given by individual lesson teachaccording to the School’s curriculum and by audition ers for four to six students. Workshops provide a before the Branch Director. Certification culminates valuable opportunity for performance, supplemenin a special concert and awarding of certificates at tary instruction and discussion with peers. They may each branch. Students receiving financial assistance replace a regular lesson, or be used as a make-up or CONCERTS AND MASTER CLASSES: Given by are required to participate. rescheduled lesson. faculty and guest artists at all branches throughout

Individual Instruction in their second year of study. In groups of 6-8 students (4 for piano), students learn GROUP to play an instrument in a supportive and dynamic BEGINNING environment that emphasizes technique, musicianINSTRUCTION ship, note reading and ensemble playing. Performance opportunities will be provided throughout the AGES 6-12 year on Performance Hours and Recitals. Open to Students participate in a one-hour weekly lesson with all instruments, and classes are arranged according peers. This class is an alternative to Individual Instructo students’ ages. Settlement requires students to tion in the first year of study and prepares students have an instrument for study and, in limited circumwith the necessary musical knowledge to enter into FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

stances, may be able to assist students in acquiring instruments on loan. All students are strongly encouraged to enroll in Musicianship (formerly known as Fundamentals of Music) (ages 9 and older) or Music Workshop (ages 3-9) as an important complement to their Individual or Group Beginning Instruction.

ENSEMBLES 32-WEEK SEASON REGISTRATION FEE AND 25% OF TUITION DUE AT REGISTRATION.

FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

Open by audition (contact branches for more information) for students with at least one to two years of experience on their instruments (Choir will accept beginners), the Ensemble Program provides weekly instruction for students to develop musical skills that complement and build upon Individual Instruction. This intensive program requires practice and commitment with an emphasis on performance. Select ensembles will have opportunities throughout the year to participate in inter-city musical exchanges. GLEEKSMAN-KOHN CHILDREN’S CHOIR AGES 8-14

Celebrate music from around the world while learning proper vocal technique, note reading, sightsinging skills and singing in multiple languages as a member of the Gleeksman-Kohn Children’s Choir. The program has two levels – Junior Singers and Senior Singers. The Choirs at each branch combine for a weekly rehearsal at which time the Senior Singers members are an encouragement and an integral part of the learning process for the Junior Singers. After a break, the Senior Singers continue with a 30-minute rehearsal on more advanced repertoire. The Senior Singers rehearse one Saturday afternoon a month at the Germantown Branch (GTN)

in preparation for extra performances and outside engagements. The Junior Singers rehearse one Saturday afternoon a month at the Germantown Branch beginning in January of the season. JUNIOR SINGERS TUITION: $300 SENIOR SINGERS TUITION: $425

JAZZ ENSEMBLE PROGRAM AGES 10-18

A one hour to one and a half hour weekly program designed for students with at least two years experience on their instruments. A comprehensive program for beginning to advanced level jazz students that includes ensemble, small combo work and classes on jazz improvisation. Special performances at jazz venues and events in the community.

INTERMEDIATE STRING ORCHESTRA AGES 10-16 ONE HOUR WEEKLY REHEARSAL TUITION: $310

ONE AND A HALF HOUR WEEKLY REHEARSAL TUITION: $360

TROWBRIDGE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AGES 12-18

ENSEMBLE, TWO HOUR CLASS

This scholarship program includes two and a half hour weekly rehearsal for highly qualified string players selected by audition each year. This group performs string orchestra masterworks from all periods. Frequent concert performances. Contact Kris Rudzinski for more information at 215.320.2602 or email kris.rudzinski@smsmusic.org.

STRING ORCHESTRA PROGRAM

BAND/WIND ENSEMBLE PROGRAM AGES 8-18

TUITION: $525 FOR A ONE HOUR CLASS, $790 FOR A ONE & A HALF HOUR CLASS, FREE FOR THE ADVANCED STUDY LEVEL

String ensembles that focus on technique, musicianship and mastery of ensemble \\\\ ALSO repertoire. Also offers excellent AVAIL ABLE preparation for the Advanced Study OFF-SITE \\\\ SEE P. 9 Program. Arranged by age and level. JUNIOR STRING ORCHESTRA AGES 8-13

All bands/wind ensembles are arranged according to level and age of students. For students who play woodwind (flute, \\\\OFFSITE obie, clarinet, saxophone and bassoon), PROGRAM \\\\ SEE P. 9 brass (trumpet, trombone, tuba, French horn) and percussion (drums) instruments.

ONE HOUR WEEKLY REHEARSAL TUITION: $280

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ENSEMBLES, CONTINUED 32-WEEK SEASON REGISTRATION FEE AND 25% OF TUITION DUE AT REGISTRATION.

FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

JOSEPH AND MARIE FIELD CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLE PROGRAM

As a nationally recognized chamber music program for students of all ages and abilities, more than 40 chamber ensembles for piano, strings, woodwinds, and brass perform regularly throughout the city. Settlement encourages chamber music participation as an essential part of every musician’s training. It also serves as excellent preparation for the Advanced Study Program. Contact any Branch Director for information. TUITION: $660

ADVANCED STUDY PROGRAM

Students are selected by audition and receive chamber music coaching or participate in the Trowbridge Chamber Orchestra in addition to receiving individ-

ual instrumental instruction with a senior member of the Settlement Music School faculty or a recognized artist-teacher in the community. Advanced Study Ensembles perform often throughout the season and are featured in Settlement and community recitals, special events, competitions, and concerts. Contact Kris Rudzinski at kris.rudzinski@smsmusic.org or call 215.320.2602. SOUNDS OF YOUNG PHILADELPHIA

Settlement is proud to offer special programming though Sounds of Young Philadelphia. Selected by audition, SYP students are offered additional tuition subsidies for both Individual Instruction and ensemble participation, in addition to many other opportunities to engage in the arts.

ensembles, and are coached individually by experienced faculty. SYP students act throughout the year as ambassadors and advocates in their communities for Settlement and for the study of ensemble music. Eligible students must be between the ages of 8 and 18, have demonstrated financial need, and show a deep commitment to furthering their musical studies. Additional opportunities available for SYP students include the SYP Leadership Institute, a series of workshops to guide students and offer direction for their future studies; an extensive instrument loan program, masterclasses and clinics with worldrenowned musicians and chamber ensembles, additional public performance opportunities and inter-city exchange tours.

Sounds of Young Philadelphia is a flagship program for Settlement and for the region, creating opportunities for children to expand their horizons as they For more information, contact the Community share with their peers the support, fun, and exciteEngagement Manager at 215.320.2683. ment in being part of a group of musicians. Students participate in Settlement’s wind, jazz, choral, or string

CLASSES ALL CLASSES ARE ONE HOUR IN LENGTH UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE.

FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

CHILDREN’S MUSIC PLAYSHOP AGES 6 MONTHS – 3 YEARS

TUITION: $500 IF ONLY CLASS REGISTERED \\\\ ALSO

AVAIL ABLE

6-18 MONTHS 19 MONTHS-3 YRS

Essential to music instruction, Musicianship (formerly known as Fundamentals of Music) offers theory and ear training at all levels. Students receive a comprehensive education in the fundamentals that includes notation, scales, intervals, triads, musical terminology, transposition, harmony and counterpoint which assists them in all of their musical studies. TUITION: $230 FOR STUDENTS ALSO ENROLLED IN INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION OR ADDITIONAL CLASSES TUITION: $500 IF IT IS THE ONLY CLASS REGISTERED

COMPOSITION AGES 12-18

TUITION: $525

(55 MINUTE CLASS FOR 15 WEEKS) $245

CHILDREN’S MUSIC WORKSHOP INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC WORKSHOP BEGINNING AT AGE 3 \\\\ ALSO

AVAIL ABLE OFF-SITE \\\\

SEE P. 9

Beginning theory skills, ear training, notation, and musical development through singing, creative expression and body movement, and beginning ensemble work using specially designed percussion instruments and recorder (at 8 years). Based on Orff and Kodaly pedagogies, which have been influential around the world. ADVANCED MUSIC WORKSHOP AGES 8-9

MUSICIANSHIP AGES 9-18

Students learn to compose original music focusing on three areas: melodic development, accompaniment, and instrumentation and arrangement.

(45 MINUTE CLASS FOR 15 WEEKS) $215

MUSIC WORKSHOP AGES 4-9

TUITION: $260 FOR STUDENTS ALSO ENROLLED IN INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION OR ADDITIONAL CLASSES

OFF-SITE \\\\ Structured as a music class for SEE P. 9 parents/caregivers and children ages 6 months to 3 years, Music Playshop offers creative and rhythmic movement, beginning folk dance, and playful games with rhymes and sounds. These activities will be geared toward developing locomotor and body coordination skills, expressive vocalization, and response to musical stimuli. In addition, the structured play will promote inquisitiveness, creativity, positive socialization, and general learning readiness. For more information, contact Karin Orenstein at 215.320.2642 or karin.orenstein@smsmusic.org.

Children will gain independence and competence with basic music and movement skills, form their own music-making community and explore learning concepts in greater depth.

Includes improvisation, composition, and performances of elemental chamber music pieces. Builds on concepts from Music Workshop.

SUZUKI GUITAR AGES 5-8

World famous method for beginning guitar study. All teachers are specially trained in the method. Participation of one parent is required. Weekly individual lesson and class are required of all students (see Individual Instruction). TUITION: $525

SUZUKI PIANO AGES 4-8

World famous method for beginning piano study. All teachers are specially trained in the method. Participation of one parent is required. Weekly individual lesson and class are required of all students (see Individual Instruction). TUITION: $525

SUZUKI VIOLIN AND SUZUKI CELLO AGES 4-8

World famous method for beginning string study. All teachers are specially trained in the method. ParticiIntermediate theory skills, with strong emphasis on pation of one parent is required. Weekly individual ear training, rhythm, movement, and ensemble skills. lesson in addition to class are required of all students 6 (see Individual Instruction). TUITION: $525

PERCUSSION CONSTRUCTION: MUSIC WITH MOMMY, DADDY, AND ME AGES 5-7

Learn basic rhythms that are the building blocks of your child’s musical experience. Percussion class for a parent and child that includes exploring rhythmic development, instrument recognition, and improvisation. This class prepares both parent and child for Individual Instruction by providing a basic framework for learning in the arts. 30 MINUTE WEEKLY CLASS TUITION: $525


CLASSES, CONTINUED PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE AGES 10-18

Rehearse techniques including rhythm, hand/foot coordination, stick control, pitch recognition and improvisation. Percussion Ensemble provides an opportunity for percussionists to play and learn the array of instruments percussion study can offer.

VOCAL PRODUCTION FOR FEMALE VOICES AGES 12-13

Introduction to voice study as a preparation for Individual Instruction. Breath control, note reading, diction, performance practice and musicianship included. TUITION: $525

TUITION: $525

JAZZ WORKSHOP AGES 10-13

GUITAR ENSEMBLE AGES 10-18

Take the next step in learning guitar by playing in a group setting. Repertoire will include chamber music and adaptations of popular songs and melodies. TUITION: $525

Students will learn the basics of jazz including jazz theory, jazz history, ensemble and solo playing. Students must have a minimum of two years on their specific instrument, basic music reading and

rhythmic skills. Students do not need any previous jazz training. TUITION: $525

ROCK BAND AGES 12-18

For students who play drums, electric guitar, bass, keyboard, and for vocalists and song writers. Students form bands, record original works, play a live performance and learn all aspects of producing and playing jazz, blues, and rock music with a group. Faculty members are professional teacher-artists. TUITION: $525

DANCE PROGRAM 32-WEEK SEASON REGISTRATION FEE AND 25% OF TUITION DUE AT REGISTRATION.

FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

Settlement’s Dance Program provides study in Creative Movement, Ballet, Jazz, and Modern Dance. Offering boys and girls the opportunity for physical and artistic expression, and pre-professional training, the program emphasizes proper body alignment, healthy physical development and the integration of music and dance. As students progress through the program, they will follow a carefully developed, sequential course of study that includes performance opportunities. All classes are arranged according to level and age. TUITION: $525 FOR A ONE HOUR CLASS TUITION: $790 FOR A ONE & A HALF HOUR CLASS

CREATIVE MOVEMENT AGES 3-5

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AVAIL ABLE OFF-SITE \\\\

SEE P. 9

BALLET AGES 4-18 MODERN AGES 10-18 JAZZ AGES 10-18

PRE-SCHOOL & AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

KALEIDOSCOPE PRESCHOOL ARTS ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

This nationally recognized, award-winning preschool program prepares young children for Kindergarten through an arts-integrated curriculum. Through music, visual art and creative movement classes, children in this program develop essential skills and become socially aware in a fun, accepting environment. Early childhood teachers and artist teachers share the same monthly goals and prepare lessons together; through research conducted onsite, this style of teaching has been proven to improve memory and vocabulary skills. Kaleidoscope encourages creative thinking in a stimulating environment so all children get the attention, care and tools they

KALEIDOSCOPE PLUS AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM

An extension of the award-winning Kaleidoscope program (KAL), Kaleidoscope Plus is now being offered Monday through Friday from after-school hours to 5:45 PM at the Mary Louise Curtis Branch. Students may enroll from 2 to 5 afternoons per week. Students will experience – on a daily basis – what makes Settlement Music School one of the finest community arts programs in the nation. Students receive homework support and snack, and then become immersed in the world of music, theater, and visual arts. The program is open to current KAL students, and KAL graduates and new students to Settlement who are in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. Pickup may be available from area schools. For information on Kaleidoscope or Kaleidoscope need to enter kindergarten ahead of their peers. The program Plus, contact Tarrell Davis at tdavis@smsmusic.org follows the school year calendar from September to June, from or 215.320.2670, or Candace Johnson at 8:30 AM to 2:45 PM, at the Mary Louise Curtis and Germancandace.johnson@smsmusic.org or 215.320.2672. town Branches. Registration begins in early May. WWW.SMSMUSIC.ORG

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ADULT PROGRAMS INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Individual Instruction is offered at all levels in piano and organ, all string, brass, woodwind, percussion, fingerboard instruments, composition and music theory. Settlement requires students to have an instrument for study. Many local vendors offer instrument rentals at reasonable rates. Settlement maintains and distributes a list of vendors at each branch for the information of students but not as an endorsement.

DAYTIME OLDER ADULTS PROGRAM

Offers discounted individual lessons and classes for adults age 60 and older during weekday mornings until 2 PM at all branches. Contact any Branch Coordinator for registration information.

ADULT CHAMBER PLAYERS

JOSEPH AND MARIE FIELD CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLE PROGRAM

Explore the chamber music literature in a fun, social atmosphere with other players from across the area. Open to intermediate to advanced players, ensembles are organized based on musical preference and skill level. Coaching is available, but groups work primarily on their own. Players meet bi-weekly at several of Settlement’s branches.

TUITION: $215 FOR 10 WEEKS

For more information, visit www.smsmusic.org/acp, or contact Program Coordinator Mary Felley at mary.felley@smsmusic.org or 215.320.2698.

Renowned national chamber music program for students of all abilities at all branches. Contact any Branch Director for information.

CLASSES MUSICIANSHIP

Essential to music instruction, Musicianship offers theory at all levels. Students receive a comprehensive education in the fundamentals that includes notation, scales, intervals, triads, musical terminology, transposition, harmony and counterpoint which assists them in all of their musical studies. TUITION: $295 FOR 16 WEEKS

INTRO TO GUITAR

Designed specifically for adults, this class covers note reading, pick and finger-style playing techniques, open position chords, and strumming patterns in several different styles, including folk, rock, blues and classical. Students supply their own instrument. TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

GUITAR I AND II

Guitar I and II classes are available for adult students who have completed Intro to Guitar or come to the class with additional experience. In addition to building upon fundamentals and sight reading, students will have the opportunity to expand upon folk, rock, blues and classical repertoire. Upon completion, students are encouraged to further their experiences by joining an adult jazz or rock band. TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

INTRO TO PIANO

JAZZ IMPROVISATION

This class teaches the basics of playing piano in a fun, collegial setting. Students (4 per group class) learn correct hand position, music theory, note-reading and simple five-finger pieces with basic chords. While a piano is great, adults who have an electronic keyboard will also achieve great success.

Concepts and methods of jazz theory, history and performance practice with strong performance orientation.

TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

A monthly community drum circle and social hour. A fun and relaxing introduction to hand drumming for adults, held on weeknights.

ROCK BAND

For adult students who play drums, electric guitar, bass, keyboard, and for vocalists and song writers. Students form bands, learn the chords, riffs and rhythms from classic rock songs, receive guidance from seasoned faculty musicians, and play a live performance at a well-known rock venue with their new bandmates. TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

JAZZ COMBOS

Open to adults interested in learning the art of improvisation in combos. Must have at least two years experience on their instrument, be able to read music and chord changes. All levels are offered from beginning jazz musicians to highly advanced musicians. TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS

RHYTHM N’ BREWS

TUITION: $10 PER PERSON PER SESSION

TAIKO DRUMMING FUNDAMENTALS I

This introductory five-week course focusing on the art of the ancient Japanese Taiko drumming. Students will be introduced to the basics which include stick technique, traditional rhythms and highly stylized movements. Be prepared for a satisfying workout! TUITION: $95 FOR 5 WEEKS

TAIKO DRUMMING FUNDAMENTALS II

Further developing subjects presented in Taiko Fundamentals I. The concept of Ji Uchi (a base or backing rhythm) is used to develop timing and ensemble. Simple Taiko composition is taught to reinforce the concepts presented. TUITION: $95 FOR 5 WEEKS

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TAIKO DRUMMING STYLES

Explores the different styles of playing the Taiko, such as Naname (slant style), Miyake style, as well as the playing techniques for the Odaiko (Big Drum), Shime, Okedo, and Katsugi Okedo. These techniques are required for learning specific repertoire. Each 5-week session will focus on one specific topic. TUITION: $95 FOR 5 WEEKS

TAIKO DRUMMING REPERTOIRE

Focusing on works from the Taiko repertoire. Each 5-week session focuses on one specific composition, although some songs are broken up over the course of two sessions. Students learn all the parts of each composition presented. Repertoire to be determined by instructor. TUITION: $95 FOR 5 WEEKS

RECORDER ENSEMBLE

Be a part of a group playing one of the world’s oldest instruments - the recorder. Explore music from the renaissance and baroque, English & Irish folk tunes, holiday classics and much more. Any size instrument from the full family of recorders – play one or switch and play them all! All playing levels from beginner to advanced. TUITION: $200 FOR 10 WEEKS


SUMMER PROGRAMS & CAMPS FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE, SEE PAGE 10.

Settlement’s Summer Session runs for six weeks, from June 29 to August 7. Individual instruction in all instruments is offered, along with numerous ensembles and classes and week-long summer camps for specific subject areas. For students of all ages, the Summer Session can serve as an introduction to Settlement’s programs or as a continuation of studies from the rest of the year. REGISTRATION FEE

$25.00 per person. Not refundable. INDIVIDUAL LESSONS & CLASSES

Six-week season (June 29 – August 7, 2015) payable in advance only. 2015-16 tuition rates apply; see page 10. INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THEATRE

Starting June 29 Mondays 5:30 to 7:30 PM Ages 10-13 Wynnefield Branch

Learn the basics of choosing and dissecting a monologue and work it to performance caliber. Work on musical theatre solos from the classics all the way up to the most contemporary works of today. As the class progresses, students will put what they have learned in their monologues and delve into full on scenes from musicals that are produced today. Each scene will contain all components of song, dance, and scene-work. There will be a final performance to showcase finished scenes. This class will include

sections on diction and improvisation and will provide students with a rep book of monologues and songs that they will be able to keep. TUITION: $200

SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC CAMP

SUMMER JAZZ CAMP

July 27 - 31, 2015 Ages 12 – 18 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday through Friday, Wynnefield Branch

This is a one-week session for students who play drums, electric guitar, bass, keyboard, and wind and string instruments. Students form small ensembles based on skill level, study big band playing and technique, jazz standards, jazz improvisation, history and composition. Camp focuses on introducing and developing strong jazz skills and learning how to play in These intensive sessions provide small ensemble experience for string or woodwind players. Students will an ensemble and concludes with a final performance receive individual attention from faculty with empha- at a local venue. TUITION: $390 sis on teamwork, good musicianship, careful tuning and rhythm, and the musical satisfaction of playing in a small group. No previous ensemble experience is necessary. Contact the Willow Grove Branch at 215.320.2630 for audition requirements and to schedule your 10-minute placement audition slot. June 22-26, 2015 Strings and Woodwinds Strings: ages 8-12, Woodwinds: ages 10-18 9 AM to 12:30 PM, Monday through Friday, Willow Grove Branch

TUITION: $350

SUMMER STRINGS CAMP

June 29 – July 3, 2015 Ages 7 – 14 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday through Friday, Wynnefield Branch This camp for beginning and intermediate string students, explores string orchestra music and small chamber opportunities through rehearsals and related arts activities. The daily schedule includes a full ensemble rehearsal, sectionals, visual arts and playwriting. Camp concludes with a performance incorporating student’s plays and art with the string orchestra. TUITION: $390

KARDON CENTER FOR ARTS THERAPY Settlement is the leading provider of arts therapy in the Philadelphia area through the Kardon Center for Arts Therapy. The Kardon Center provides a welcoming environment for clients and their families. As with clients, parents and caregivers form lasting bonds, experiencing the benefits of being active members of a supportive and dynamic community. Creative Arts Therapy is a form of non-verbal psychotherapy using the senses to open new channels of communication between participants and their therapists, their families, and their communities. Creative arts therapists use the arts in order to achieve non-arts-related goals. Our therapists, each

credentialed through recognized professional associations, hold either bachelor’s or master’s degrees in their disciplines and have been trained in counseling, psychology and human behavior studies. The Kardon Center’s programs do not require any previous training. Sessions are tailored to the natural strengths and abilities of each individual. Goals for Creative Arts Therapy are tailored to each participant, and may include improvement in: Social Skills – awareness of others; ability to work with others in a group setting; social interaction

Psychological Factors – emotional stability; selfesteem; body image; reduced anxiety levels Cognitive Improvements – task planning and orientation; impulse control; attention span Language Skills – expressive and receptive skills Physical Skills – gross and fine motor skills; coordination; dexterity; visual tracking ability Programs in arts therapy are available at all of Settlement’s community branches. For specific offerings, contact the branch nearest you, or contact Mark Bottos, Zausmer Program Director of the Kardon Center for Arts Therapy, at 215.320.2625 or mark.bottos@smsmusic.org

OFF-SITE PARTNERSHIPS & OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS to area public, parochial, and independent schools; preschools and day-care centers; temporary housProvides professional development and continuing ing centers; and emergency relief centers, both at education opportunities that help teachers of young Settlement branches and at the partner’s site. Settlechildren incorporate arts content, approaches and ment staff works with partners to develop programs materials into their general classrooms and provides that best meet their needs. Contact the Community training to artist teachers in adapting their work for Engagement Manager at 215.320.2683 or contact young learners. Graduate credit available through the Director of the branch nearest your organization Holy Family University. Specialized training programs – see the branch directory on page 13. can be designed for particular schools or teaching units. Contact George Alley at 215.320.2618 or MUSIC EDUCATION PATHWAYS george.alley@smsmusic.org. Music Education Pathways (MEP) connects neighborhood schools in Philadelphia with Settlement’s COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS branches and, depending on the school’s needs, proSettlement offers collaborative programs in music, vides ensemble training experience in band, orchestra dance, early childhood education and arts therapy or choir, and small group instruction. TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS

MEP is not a replacement for existing music programs in the schools, but rather a partnership to enhance opportunities available to students. In addition to learning the fundamentals of music, student learning and participation in MEP is focused on the program’s five core values: creativity, teamwork, responsibility, persistence and self-evaluation. MEP students perform during the year at their schools, Settlement’s branches and at community locations. MEP culminates each year in a joint performance, with students from all participating schools working together to rehearse and perform a full concert in a major public venue. More information, including a listing of partner schools, is available online: www.smsmusic.org/mep. WWW.SMSMUSIC.ORG

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REGISTRATION, TUITION & FEES Because we make great efforts to find a good match between faculty and both student and parent, we ask that registration appointments be made in person for students under the age of 18.

GROUP BEGINNING INSTRUCTION

Tuition: $950.00

Minimum, non-refundable deposit of $95.00 (10% of tuition) due at registration. Quarterly tuition payments are non-refundable.

Registration for adults may be completed in person or online. Tuition and fees are payable by cash, check, Payment 1 – due Sept. 15 Visa or MasterCard. $142.50 (15% of tuition) REGISTRATION

$45.00 per person $70.00 per family (two or more) Due at registration appointment, covers any number of subjects at all branches and is nonrefundable. INDIVIDUAL LESSONS

Payment 2 – due Nov. 15 $237.50 (25% of tuition) Payment 3 – due Jan. 15 $237.50 (25% of tuition)

Monday - 35 Weeks Thursday, Friday - 37 weeks Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday - 38 weeks.

Payment 4 – due March 15 $237.50 (25% of tuition)

Lessons payable weekly or in advance, with $1.00 discount per hour for semi-annual and annual advanced payments. Lessons may be 30, or 45 minutes, or one hour in length as appropriate for age and length of study.

Please see pages 5-8 for specific tuition information.

WEEKLY INDIVIDUAL LESSON FEES:

Payment 1 - 25% due at the time of registration Payment 2, 3, 4 - 25% due Nov. 14; Jan. 15; Mar. 15

1/2 Hour $35.00 3/4 Hour $52.50 One Hour $70.00

OLDER ADULT DAYTIME PROGRAM

Scheduled before 2 PM weekdays for students age 60 and older. REGISTRATION FEE

$35.00

WEEKLY INDIVIDUAL LESSON FEES: 1/2 Hour $30.00 3/4 Hour $45.00 One Hour $60.00 3-WEEK CREDIT LESSONS (DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION AND NON-REFUNDABLE)

1/2 Hour $90.00 3/4 Hour $135.00 One Hour $180.00

ENSEMBLES AND CLASSES

Minimum, non-refundable deposit of 25% of tuition due at registration. Quarterly tuition payments are non-refundable.

SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FACULTY LESSON FEES:

1/2 Hour $40.00 3/4 Hour $60.00 One Hour $80.00

3-WEEK CREDIT LESSONS* (DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION AND NON-REFUNDABLE):

1/2 Hour $105.00 3/4 Hour $157.50 One Hour $210.00 SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT CREDIT LESSONS*:

1/2 Hour $120.00 3/4 Hour $180.00 One Hour $240.00

*Cost of Credit Lessons follows financial aid award rate

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FINANCIAL AID Settlement is proud to provide $2 million each year in financial aid. We encourage all school age students with need to apply. Financial aid is available to all students through completion of high school and through age 23 for voice students. All students, current and new, who wish to apply for financial assistance must register in person with an adult and present a copy of their family’s 2014 income tax statement (Form 1040) and/or written proof of nontaxable family income. Scholarships and financial aid must be renewed annually. Contact the director or the coordinator of the branch nearest you for additional information.


SCHOOL CALENDAR & HOURS REGISTRATION FOR CURRENT STUDENTS

SCHOOL HOURS

SCHOOL HOURS

May 1-31, 2015 (Current time and teacher held through May 15)

SUMMER SESSION June 29-August 7, 2015

2015-2016 SEASON September 8, 2015-June 18, 2016

REGISTRATION FOR NEW STUDENTS

MARY LOUISE CURTIS BRANCH Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9 AM – 7:30 PM Wednesday, Friday 9 AM - 5 PM

MARY LOUISE CURTIS BRANCH Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9 AM - 9 PM Wednesday 9 AM - 7 PM Friday 9 AM - 8 PM Saturday 8:30 AM - 5 PM

From June 1, 2015

HOLIDAYS – CLOSED FOR TEACHING

July 3 Independence Day September 7 Labor Day September 14 Rosh Hashanah September 22-23 Yom Kippur November 26-28 Thanksgiving Break December 24-31 Winter Break January 1 New Year’s Day January 18 Martin Luther King Day March 21-26 Spring Break May 30 Memorial Day

GERMANTOWN BRANCH Monday through Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM Closed Friday KARDON-NORTHEAST BRANCH Monday and Wednesday 9 AM - 7:30 PM Tuesday and Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM Closed Friday WILLOW GROVE BRANCH Monday and Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM Tuesday and Wednesday 9 AM - 7:30 PM Closed Friday WYNNEFIELD BRANCH Monday 9 AM - 7:30 PM Tuesday 9 AM – 5 PM Wednesday 9 AM – 7:30 PM Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM Closed Friday CAMDEN SCHOOL OF MUSICAL ARTS BRANCH Monday through Thursday 9 AM – 6 PM Closed Friday

GERMANTOWN BRANCH Monday-Thursday 10 AM - 9 PM Closed Friday Saturday 8:30 AM - 4 PM KARDON-NORTHEAST BRANCH Monday-Thursday 9 AM - 9 PM Closed Friday Saturday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM WILLOW GROVE BRANCH Monday-Friday 10 AM - 9 PM Saturday 9 AM - 1:30 PM WYNNEFIELD BRANCH Monday-Thursday 9 AM - 9 PM Friday 9 AM - 7:30 PM Saturday 9 AM - 3 PM CAMDEN SCHOOL OF MUSICAL ARTS BRANCH Monday and Wednesday 10 AM - 8 PM Closed Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Saturday 9 AM - 2 PM

August 10–September 4, 2015 BRANCH HOURS WILL VARY – CALL BRANCH FOR CONFIRMATION.

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FACULTY PIANO SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT STAFF SANDRA CARLOCK

Grin, Starr, Landers, Krzywicki; U. of Tokyo, U. of Arts

Arthur Judson Distinguished Faculty Chair

KATHLEEN SCHEIDE

Dann, Lhevinne, Canin; Oberlin, Juilliard, SUNY

STAFF ANNE MARIE BEDFORD

Hodges, Gorodnitzki, Raeiff, Webster; Mount Holyoke College, Juilliard

STEPHANIE BEN-SALEM *

Weinberg, Melnikoff, List, Schnabel, Ciccolini; SMS, Carnegie-Mellon U., Manhattan, LaSalle U.

MICHAEL CARUSO

Petrillo, Esteban, Fleisher; PMA, Peabody

LOIS ANN DIDOMENICO

(Suzuki) Esteben, Robinor, Szanto, Zook, Freeman; Peabody, PMA

RUTH (NAN HEE) HANSON

Fiorillo, Uhlhorn; Utrecht Cons. (Netherlands)

DANIEL HOWE

Wedeen, Patit, Stumacher; U. of NH, Cairn University., Temple U., Curtis; Camerata Classica, Phila. Chamber Chorus

RAHEL INNIGER

Stucki, Snyder, Lister-Sink; Konservatorium Bern (Switzerland), Eastman; Elysian Camerata

OLEKSANDRA IVAKHIV

Flys, Drushkevych, Sotnuchuk; Special Music School (Stryi, Ukraine), F. Kolessa Music College, M. Lysenko Music Academy

LARISA KIFYAK

Professional Music School, Moldova, Gnesin Academy of Music, Moscow. (Russia), Leningrad State Conservatory. (Russia)

VASILIY KIFYAK

State Music College, (Kishinev) Moldova, State Music Conservatory, (Kishinev) Moldova

RUSSELL KLEIN

(Suzuki) Sementovsky, Johnson, Lloyd-Watts, Bigelor; Temple U., Chestnut Hill College

DOLLY D. KRASNOPOLSKY

Polakof, Dilles; Sokovnin, Special Music School (Kishinev), State Music College, State Music Conservatory (Moldova)

Ann Stookey and Joseph W. Waz, Jr. Distinguished Faculty Chair ALEXANDRA OVRUTSKY

Moscow Tchaikovsky Cons.

ROBERTO PACE

Martino, Oster, Brehm, Newman; NE Cons., Manhattan, SUNY

Robert Capanna Musicianship Distinguished Faculty Chair IRENE POKROVSKY

Akselrod, Atakishiev; Professional Music School, Uzeir Gadjebekov Cons.

JEFFREY REESE

Levengood, Marcison, E. Sokoloff; PMA; PA Ballet

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HARUE SATO

Gibbons, Taylor, Rhodes, Linn; New England Cons., U of Southern California

NATALY SNIPELISHSKY

Moldova Institute of Arts

JEFFREY UHLIG

Masselos, Baldwin; West Chester U.; Ocean City Pops

Lillian Kraus Felber Distinguished Faculty Chair LARISA YANOVITSKY

Spiegel, Rasumovskaya; Leningrad RimskyKorsakoff College, Leningrad State Cons.

ASSOCIATE STAFF TERESA B. CAPPELLO *

YUXI WANG

Martin, Stessin, Chen, Lowenthal; Juilliard

REGULAR ELLEN ALPERN

Whitten, McHugh, Masselos; West Chester Univ., The Catholic Univ. of America

ELEANOR AVERSA

The Aaron Copland School of Music, Princeton University, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the University of Pennsylvania

ADAM BERNSTEIN

(Jazz) Hyla, Pappastavrou, Bley, McBee; Syracuse U., New England Cons., NYU

EUJIN BODEK

(Suzuki) West Chester, Temple U.

NORMAN CARTER, JR.

Beck, Voois, Behrend; SMS, West Chester U., Hahnemann/Drexel U

Huizenga, Allen, Davenny, Currier; Houghton, Yale

SCOTT COULTER

(Jazz) Hersch, Perez, Bley; NE Cons; Abstract Truth

(Suzuki) Power, Hyman, Whitten; Mannes, Phila. College of Performing Arts

STEPHEN DUFFY *

MICHELLE ENOS

Kulick, Carlock, Schwartz; SMS, Oberlin

BENJAMIN HOFFMANN *

Newbrough, Karpoff, Kim; Houghton, Syracuse

BONNIE HOFFMANN *

Carlock, Newbrough; SMS, Houghton College

HANNAH HORINE *

Chodos, Abramovic; SMS, New England Conservatory, Temple U.

EILEEN LIEBOWITZ *

Engel, Hinderas; SMS, Bryn Mawr College; Natalie Hinderas and Friends

LISA MISOOK CHAE

Abramovic, Kies; U. of New Hampshire, Temple U.

EUGENE GELFENSON *

Levinson, Taylor, Wedeen; SMS, Temple

DIANE GOLDSMITH

Reisenberg, Zaslavsky, Graffman, Liu; Rutgers, Manhattan, Music Academy of the West; Follow the Drinking Gourd

TZU-HWA HO

National Taiwan Normal University, U. of Missorui-St. Louis, Northwestern, U. of Kansas

JENNIFER JUANG

Azusa Pacific U.

MCEWAN WALTERS

Painter; U. Washington, Temple U.

* DENOTES AN ALUMNUS/ALUMNA OF SETTLEMENT MUSIC SCHOOL


ASSOCIATE STAFF FRAN BERGE

(Viola) Reyes, Ritchie, McDonald, Tuttle; U. of Michigan, Northwestern U., Temple U.; Tempesta di Mare, Orchestra 2001, Melomanie, Fairmount String Quartet

LYNNE BUDNICK-LENNON

Fiore, Meyer, Scott; New School of Music

DAVID GILES

(Viola) Indiana U., Suzuki Institute; Academy Quartet, Midsummer Quartet

ANNALISA MARIANI

(Suzuki) Westminster Choir College

ABIGAIL NIXON

(Suzuki) Scarlett; Jacksonville U; Coastal Symphony of Georgia, Valdosta Symphony, Gainesville Chamber Orchestra

ALEX KAUFFMAN

(Jazz) Temple U.

TAMARA PALMER

Zach; Kishinev Cons.

SUMI PARK

Temple U.

HARP REGULAR ELIZABETH STEINER

Shook, Richter, Snyder; SMS, Boston Cons.

VIOLIN AND VIOLA SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT STAFF LEE SNYDER

Ithaca Suzuki Institute, Temple U., Bard College, U. of Hyderabad

LINDA REICHERT *

ERIKSON ROJAS

STAFF DANIEL ELYAR

Starr, Sokoloff, Hsu, Fleisher; Curtis, Peabody; Phila. Bib. U.

MICHAEL SHEADEL

Faini, Hautzig, Wedeen; Eastman, Peabody, Temple U.; Hamilton Duo, SMS Contemporary Players

REGINA SHENDEROVICH

Fleisher, Lewin, Mattax; U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Peabody, Boston Conservatory

DAVID E. SHUNSKIS

Feder, V. Sokoloff; Temple U.

NOAH JULIAN SEDGWICK *

Cleveland Institute of Music, Temple U.

Canin, Galamian, Delay, Zukowsky; Oberlin, Juilliard, SUNY; American Symphony, Chamber Symphony of Phila., Alverthorp Trio

Parris, Wedeen, Foster, Tocco, Wright; SMS, Temple U., Indiana U.; Network for New Music

EMILIE PARK *

Snyder; SMS; Philadelphia Biblical Coll.

Arthur Judson Distinguished Faculty Chair

NINA WILLBACH

KWANG YU

(Suzuki) Amitay, Epperson, Drinkall; Central Cons. of Music (Beijing), Kent State U., Florida State U.

REGULAR ARDIAN CANI

(Suzuki, Viola) Castleman, Dael, Terakado, Beznosiuk; Cleveland, Sweelinck Cons., Royal Cons. (The Hague); Tempesta di Mare, Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Ensemble REBEL

(Suzuki) Koco, Edgett; High Institute of Arts of Tirana-Albania

MONIQUE R. JOHNSON *

Carnegie Mellon U, Eastman

ANDREA LEVINE *

(Suzuki, Viola) Fulkerson, Irvine; Oberlin Conservatory of Music

(Suzuki) Grika, Y Scott, Temple U.

Carnegie Mellon U., Boston U.

LAURA EARLEY TAIA HARLOS

CHRYSYN HARP

MICHAEL STAMBAUGH

VIKTOR REPIK

Temple U., U. of Delaware

(Viola) Professional Music School, Kiev Cons.

(Suzuki) Fuchs, Ritscher, Weller, Levine; Mannes, SUNY, Yale U.

HUI SY TEO

JEAN LOUISE SHOOK

(Suzuki) School for Strings, SUNY

Abramovic, Kaplinsky, Starr; Orff-Schulwerk, Temple U., U. of Arts, Taubman Institue

Ortenberg, Sementovsky; Temple U.; Danoff String Quartet; Elysian Camerata

DOUGLAS TESTER *

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kardon Distinguished Faculty Chair

ORGAN STAFF KATHLEEN SCHEIDE

(Suzuki, Viola) SMS, Temple U., Manhattan, U. Wisconsin; Ocean City Pops; Bay-Atlantic Symphony; Newtown Chamber Orchestra; Bucks County Symphony; Winterberry Trio; Danoff String Quartet

Hoy, Plimpton, Holtz; SMS, PCPA, Hartt School of Music

MARKA G. STEPPER *

(Harpsichord) Gibbons, Taylor, Rhodes, Linn; New England Cons., U. of Southern California

Mr. and Mrs. David Kittner Distinguished Faculty Chair

ASSOCIATE STAFF MCEWAN WALTERS

Bulgarian Cons.

Painter; U. Washington, Temple U.

REGULAR DOUGLAS TESTER *

Hoy, Plimpton, Holtz; SMS, PCPA, Hartt School of Music

ALBENA STOYKOVA ANDREIA TORAIN *

(Suzuki) Moree, Clark, Kwalwasser; Ithaca, Temple U.

CLARE JORDAN

INNA NEDOREZOV

(Suzuki, Viola) Leningrad State Conservatory, Rimsky-Korsakov College of Music; Leningrad Philharmonic,Danoff String Quartet, Allentown Symphony, Ocean City Pops, Bucks County Symphony Orchestra

CHRISTOF RICHTER

Libove, McDonald, Ritchie; Peabody, Oberlin

CELLO STAFF PATRICIA F. DANIELS

(Suzuki) Cole, Barston, Hair; Curtis, New School of Music, Temple U.; Philly Pops, Reading Symphony, Sierra Strings

CHRISTINE DANOFF

Wendt, Cole, Stokking, Ortenberg, Totenberg; U. of Iowa, New School of Music; Danoff String Quartet, Musica 2000, Bucks County Symphony, Jubilate Deo

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ASSOCIATE STAFF KWANG YU

(Suzuki) Amitay, Epperson, Drinkall; Central Cons. of Music, (Beijing), Kent State U., Florida State U.

REGULAR RAJLI BICOLLI

McCreery, Solow; U of Alabama; Temple U.; Symphony in C, Lancaster Symphony, Phila Virtuosi Orch.

CAROLYN ELLMAN

Parnas; Boston U. School for the Arts; DE Symphony Orch., Serafin String Quartet

ELIZABETH RILEY

U. of South Carolina, U. of Denver, Temple U.

DOUBLE BASS REGULAR JUSTIN SEKELEWSKI

(Double Bass/ Electric Bass) McKenna, Wong, le Fleming, Boone, Javian; Temple U.

FLUTE ASSOCIATE STAFF THOMAS MEANY

(Suzuki) Linda, Tomasone; Bennett, Phila. Col. of Perf. Arts, Rowan U. Great Lakes Suzuki Flute Institute, Opera Philadelphia, the Meany/Simmons Flute and Guitar Duo.

ILYA OVRUTSKY

Yevgeny Svetlanov; Moscow Tchaikovsky Cons.; Bolshoi Theatre, USSR Symphony Orchestra

REGULAR EDWARD P. GOLASZEWSKI *

Turner, Portnoy, Mecoli, Rowe, Karabell, Trombetta, Versaci, Krell, Walker; SMS, PMA; Philly Pops, Phil Giordano Jazz Orch., City Rhythm Orch.

JOSEPH MANCUSO

Ricker, Kalyn, Mazzeo; Eastman

LAWRENCE SHUSTERMAN

Mecoli, Guerre; U. of Arts

ELIVI VARGA

Lake, Risinger; Goucher; Illinois State U.

MARY C. WILLIHNGANZ

Krell, Pappoutsakis, Chapman, Larde, Boulanger; Marywood College, Brown U.

OBOE STAFF BETH L. BENSON

Camus, Ohlsson, Stolper; Michigan State, Florida State U.; Newtown Chamber Orch., Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orch.

CLARINET AND SAXOPHONE REGULAR ARNE RUNNING

Mazzeo, Gigliotti; New England Cons., Temple U.; Riverside Symphonia, Network for New Music, Orchestra 2001

EDWARD P. GOLASZEWSKI *

(Saxophone/Clarinet) Turner, Portnoy, Mecoli, Rowe, Karabell, Trombetta, Versaci, Krell, Walker; SMS, PMA; Philly Pops, Phil Giordano Jazz Orch., City Rhythm Orch.

JOSEPH MANCUSO

Moore, Abel; Ithaca, Temple U.; PA Ballet, Opera Company of Phila., Orchestra 2001, Chamber Orch. of Phila., Westminster Brass

ASSOCIATE STAFF WILLIAM S. CAHN

Street, Beck, Abel, Duff; Eastman, Catholic U.; Ambler Choral Society, Bach & Handel Chorale, Bucks County Symphony, Phila. Classical Symphony

MATTHEW KALLEND

Green, Atkatz, Abel; DePaul U., Temple U.

WILLIAM MARCONI *

Bissonette,Santarelli, Thome, Witten, Albin, Hamilton; Glassboro State College, Miami U. of Ohio

SAMUEL RUTTENBERG

(Saxophone/Clarinet) Ricker, Kalyn, Mazzeo; Eastman

Soroka, Wickstrom, Bailey, Koloff; SMS, U. of Miami, Juilliard

SEAN MARKS

REGULAR ERIC DERR

(Saxophone/Clarinet) U. of Arts

LAWRENCE SHUSTERMAN

(Saxophone) Mecoli, Guerre; U. of the Arts

GLENN I. STANFORD

(Saxophone) Poto; Boston Cons. of Music

BASSOON REGULAR AVERY M. BREE

Ruggiero; NE Cons.; Greater Trenton Symphony Orch., DE Valley Philharmonic Orch., Newtown Chamber Orch., Bocalnalia Bassoon Quartet

RECORDER REGULAR CAROL PETERS

Berardi, Melville; Rutgers; Royale Musicke

HORN REGULAR WILLIAM BONNELL

Lockwood, Gardner; Arizona State U., Temple U.

TRUMPET REGULAR WILLIAM BONNELL

Lockwood, Gardner; Arizona State U., Temple U.

DANIEL WRIGHT

Dobrzelewski, Swana, Prosser, Jenkins; West Chester U., Eastman

TROMBONE REGULAR WILLIAM BONNELL

Lockwood, Gardner; Arizona State U., Temple U.

BRIAN BROWN *

(Tuba) Krzywicki, Harry, Harwood, Penzarella; SMS, Juilliard; DE Symphony Orch.

WAYNE SMITH

Temple U.; Joe Sudler Orchestra

GREGORY TSAFOS

(Tuba) Temple U.; UCLA

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PERCUSSION STAFF SUSAN JONES

Schick, Huang, Millstein, Karis; DePaul, McGill, U. of California-San Diego; Red Fish Blue Fish, Dal Niente

WILLIAM P. KERRIGAN

Owen, Moore, Abel; Temple U.; DE Symphony, Philly Pops, Orchestra 2001, Kennett Symphony, Opera DE, Phil-A-Rhythm Percussion Quartet

Julian A. and Lois G. Brodsky Distinguished Faculty Chair AUDREY TUCKERMAN

(Taiko) Witten; Rowan U.

KEVIN WALKER

Deviney, O’Banion, Steele, Miller; Temple U.

GUITAR STAFF ANDREA CARLSON

(Classical, Electric) Klein; American Conservatory

LUKE HONER *

(Classical, Electric, Bass) Peters, Provost; SMS, Hartt

WILLIAM PETERS

(Classical, Electric, Bass) Kotsarenko, Sandole, Segal, Meyer, Ghiglia; Temple U., Royale Musicke

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Palley Distinguished Faculty Chair MARISOL RAMPOLLA

(Classical, Suzuki) Segal, Tomas; U. of Arts, Temple U., Cons. of Music Oscar Espla, Spain

ASSOCIATE STAFF BRENDAN EVANS

(Classical, Electric) Aron, Tanenbaum; Oberlin, San Francisco Cons. of Music

JAMES HENSLEY

(Classical, Electric, Suzuki, Electric Bass) Leonard, Federico, Giordano, Zinno, Kleinfelter; PCPA (U. of Arts)

REGULAR NERO CATALANO

(Electric, Bass) Martino, Giordano, U. of Arts, Peabody

RJ JOHNSON

(Classical, Electric) Juris,Martino, Hanson, Quaile, Davis; U. of Arts


JAMES KLALES *

(Classical, Electric) Rappaport, Mayes, Segal; SMS

DAVID SANDERS

(Classical, Electric) Temple U., Rutgers U.

GUY E. WEST

(Classical, Electric, Bass) Kerber, Barriero, Romero, Sevilla; Xavier U., San Diego State U.

VOICE SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT REGINALD PINDELL

Curtis, Peabody

STAFF JODY L. KIDWELL

Hickfang, Hayward, Wolff, Wilson; Ohio State, AVA

KATHERINE L. MALLON-DAY

Cho, Parker, Gayer; U. of PA, Mansfield U., Temple U.

JUDITH TURANO

Snow, Frederick, Bamberger, Berl, Goldovsky; U. of New Mexico, Mannes; Four Corners Opera Festival

ASSOCIATE STAFF SUSAN RHEINGANS

Golden, Serrano, Levy; California State University, Los Angeles; Chapman University; Los Angeles Opera, Boheme Opera New Jersey, Delaware Valley Opera Company

REGULAR JOHN KENNEDY

Khanzadian, Connor; Peabody Cons, York College

SHARON NEFF

Natalucci, Haas, Humphrey, Hijleh, DiGiacomo; Houghton, Eastman

HELEN HUSE RALSTON

Johnson, Urban, Gordon; U of Maryland

CHILDREN’S MUSIC WORKSHOP AND PLAYSHOP STAFF MARINA GERTSEN

Kopansky, Crowell; Neaga College of Music, Cabrini College, West Chester U.

MARTHA GLAZE ZOOK

Covert, Michalak, Grenoble, Thomas, Haselbach; Ithaca College, Curtis, U. of Northern Colorado; Phila. Orch., Baltimore Symphony

HUI SY TEO

Abramovic, Kaplinsky, Starr; Orff-Schulwerk, Temple U., U. of Arts, Taubman Institue

VICTORIA ZAJAC

U. of Arts

MUSICIANSHIP STAFF BETH L. BENSON

Camus, Ohlsson, Stolper; Michigan State, Florida State U.; Newtown Chamber Orch., Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orch.

DANIEL HOWE Arthur Judson Distinguished Faculty Chair Wedeen, Patit, Stumacher; U. of NH, Cairn University, Temple U., Curtis; Camerata Classica, Phila. Chamber Chorus KAREN MERCER Alberts, Ferraro, Bacon; U. of Mass., Immaculata U., Kodaly Center of America

ASSOCIATE STAFF ANNALISA MARIANI

Westminster Choir College

REGULAR BOB GOLD *

U. of Delaware, U. of Arts

JENNIFER GOLDHAMMER

Drexel, U. of Rochester, University of Ghana

DANCE STAFF KAYE N. FERNANDEZ

National School of Ballet, University Mayor de San Marcos, University of the Arts, Pennsylvania Ballet, Cabrini College

ASSOCIATE STAFF OLGA D. BLUMENKRANTS

Bolshoi Ballet School

Arthur Judson Distinguished Faculty Chair REGULAR BELLE ALVAREZ Temple U.

AMANDA HILL

U. of Arts

ERIN RUGGIERO

VASILIY KIFYAK

DeSales

ROBERTO PACE

Perm College of Culture and Education (Russia), Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute (Russia)

State Music College, (Kishinev) Moldova, State Music Conservatory, (Kishinev) Moldova

Martino, Oster, Brehm, Newman; NE Cons., Manhattan, SUNY

Robert Capanna Musicianship Distinguished Faculty Chair

SVETLANA ZHERDEVA

JAZZ AND ROCK ENSEMBLE SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT TONY MICELI

REGULAR EUGENE GELFENSON *

D’amico; U. of Arts

DIANE GOLDSMITH

ASSOCIATE STAFF SCOTT COULTER

Levinson, Taylor, Wedeen; SMS, Temple U.

Temple U.

TRICIA PAFFEN KNOPKA

Reisenberg, Zaslavsky, Graffman, Liu; Rutgers, Manhattan, Music Academy of the West; Follow the Drinking Gourd

Hersch, Perez, Bley; NE Cons; Abstract Truth

DEBORAH PIZZI

WILLIAM A. RILEY

Bissonette, Santarelli, Thome, Witten, Albin, Hamilton; Glassboro State College, Miami U. of Ohio

Arcadia U., Level I, II and III Orff-Schulwerk Certification

NANCY PONTIUS

Eastern U., Wellesley

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New School of Music, Royal School of Church Music

WILLIAM MARCONI *

MICHAEL STAMBAUGH

Temple U., U. of Delaware

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PATRICIA F. DANIELS

Cole, Barston, Hair; Curtis, New School of Music, Temple U.; Philly Pops, Reading Symphony, Sierra Strings

CHRISTINE DANOFF

Wendt, Cole, Stokking, Ortenberg, Totenberg; U. of Iowa, New School of Music; Danoff String Quartet, Musica 2000, Bucks County Symphony, Jubilate Deo

DANIEL ELYAR

Castleman, Dael, Terakado, Beznosiuk; Cleveland, Sweelinck Cons., Royal Cons. (The Hague); Tempesta di Mare, Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Ensemble REBEL

RAHEL INNIGER

Stucki, Snyder, Lister-Sink; Konservatorium Bern (Switzerland), Eastman; Elysian Camerata

MONIQUE JOHNSON

Grika, Y Scott; Temple U.

VIKTOR REPIK

Professional Music School, Kiev Cons.

JEAN LOUISE SHOOK

Ortenberg, Sementovsky; Temple U.; Danoff String Quartet; Elysian Camerata

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kardon Distinguished Faculty Chair MARKA G. STEPPER *

SMS, Temple U., Manhattan, U. Wisconsin; Ocean City Pops; Bay-Atlantic Symphony; Newtown Chamber Orchestra; Bucks County Symphony; Winterberry Trio; Danoff String Quartet

Mr. and Mrs. David Kittner Distinguished Faculty Chair REGULAR NERO CATALANO

Martino, Giordano, U. of Arts, Peabody

ERIC DERR

Schick, Huang, Millstein, Karis; DePaul, McGill, U. of California-San Diego; Red Fish Blue Fish, Dal Niente

GLEEKSMAN-KOHN CHILDREN’S CHOIR ASSOCIATE STAFF RAE ANN ANDERSON

(Director) Wittenberg U., Berliner Kirchenmusikschule, U. of Missouri-Kansas City

BENJAMIN HOFFMANN *

ASSOCIATE STAFF THOMAS MEANY

Linda, Tomasone; Bennett, Phila. Col. of Perf. Arts, Rowan U. Great Lakes Suzuki Flute Institute, Opera Philadelphia, the Meany/Simmons Flute and Guitar Duo.

REGULAR TAIA HARLOS

NASIR DICKERSON

(Accompanist) Newbrough, Karpoff, Kim; Houghton; Syracuse

Fulkerson, Irvine; Oberlin Conservatory of Music

RJ JOHNSON

BONNIE HOFFMANN * (Accompanist) Carlock, Newbrough; SMS, Houghton College

Carnegie Mellon U, Boston U.

Bowen; U. of Arts

Juris, Martino, Hanson, Quaile, Davis; U. of Arts

ALEX KAUFFMAN

Temple U.

SEAN MARKS

U. of Arts

JUSTIN SEKELEWSKI

McKenna, Wong, le Fleming, Boone, Javian; Temple U.

ORCHESTRA STAFF MONIQUE R. JOHNSON

(Junior Orchestra) Grika, Y Scott; Temple U.

VIKTOR REPIK

(Intermediate Orchestra) Professional Music School, Kiev Cons.

REGULAR JERI LYNNE JOHNSON

(Trowbridge Chamber Orchestra) Wellesley College, U. of Chicago, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia; Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra

ANNE PARRETT

(Junior & Intermediate Orchestra) Florida State U.

ANNALISA MARIANI

(Choral Assistant) Westminster Choir College

KAREN MERCER

(Choir Conductor - Staff) Alberts, Ferraro, Bacon; U. of Mass., Immaculata U., Kodaly Center of America

REGULAR CAROLINE DAVIDSON

(Accompanist) Jonson, Gardner; Royal Academy of Music, London U., UPenn

CHAMBER MUSIC SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT STAFF SANDRA CARLOCK

Dann, Lhevinne, Canin; Oberlin, Juilliard, SUNY

Arthur Judson Distinguished Faculty Chair SIDNEY CURTISS

Cohen; SMS; Phila. Orch.; Philarte Quartet, New Phila. Quartet, Phila. Chamber Ensemble

STAFF BETH L. BENSON

Camus, Ohlsson, Stolper; Michigan State, Florida State U.; Newtown Chamber Orch., Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orch.

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ANDREA LEVINE *

LINDA REICHERT *

Parris, Wedeen, Foster, Tocco, Wright; SMS, Temple U., Indiana U.; Network for New Music

CHRISTOF RICHTER

Libove, McDonald, Ritchie; Peabody, Oberlin

ARNE RUNNING

(Adult Orchestra) Mazzeo, Gigliotti; New England Cons., Temple U.; Riverside Symphonia, Network for New Music, Orchestra 2001

MUSIC EDUCATION PATHWAYS ASSOCIATE STAFF WILLIAM MARCONI *

(Percussion) Bissonette, Santarelli, Thome, Witten, Albin, Hamilton; Glassboro State College, Miami U. of Ohio

THOMAS MEANY

(Flute) Linda, Tomasone; Bennett, Phila. Col. of Perf. Arts, Rowan U. Great Lakes Suzuki Flute Institute, Opera Philadelphia, the Meany/Simmons Flute and Guitar Duo.

REGULAR VALERIE CLAYTON

(Choral Conductor) Barone, Cho; Temple, Boston U.


MICHELLE FRANK

(Choral Conductor) Lehigh, Florida State U., Eastern U.

JORDAN GRAEF

(Band Conductor. Saxophone, Clarinet) Taylor, Oatts, Warfield; Temple U.

DANIEL GRAYBERG

(Choral Conductor) Abrahams, Min Lee, Eley; Westminster Choir College

ANNE PARRETT

(Orchestra, Violin, Viola, Cello) Florida State U.

ALICE MARIE QUIRK

(Orchestra Conductor, Violin) Immaculata, Temple U., Eastern U.

LIZA DOLMETSCH

MLC Art Tyler School of Art, Vassar College

KAYE N. FERNANDEZ

MLC Dance National School of Ballet, University Mayor de San Marcos, University of the Arts, Pennsylvania Ballet, Cabrini College

MARTHA GLAZE ZOOK

SUE LIEDKE

MT-BC, AA in Music, Camden County College, BA in Music Therapy, Montclair State U.

GTN Art

ANNALISA MARIANI

GREGORY TSAFOS

MLC (PS 1) Assistant Teacher CDA; 16 years experience

JOANN WIESZCZYK

MLC (PS 2) Assistant Teacher Community College of Philadelphia

(Band Conductor) Temple U.

EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM JEAN RAUCH

MLC (PS 1) Head Teacher Community College of Philadelphia, Chestnut Hill College; TEACH scholar, AA Degree in ECE; 10+ years of experience

DANA JACKSON

MLC (PS 2) Head Teacher St. Joseph’s U, BS in education, Master’s in ECE in 2014; 10+ years of experience

SCOTT SLEZAK

MLC (PS 3) Head Teacher Penn State U., Chesnut Hill College, BA in Art, Master’s in ECE 2014; 8 years of experience

MAI RENWICK-SEWELL

MLC (PS 4) Head Teacher Community College of Philadelphia, Temple U., Chestnut Hill College, BS in Psychology, Master’s in ECE; 10+ years experience

BEVERLY PASCAL

MLC (PS 5) Head Teacher Stockton State College; TEACH scholar, Master’s in ECE; 10+ years of experience

TESS MCANDREW

IRENE MARTIN

CARISSA DIGIACOMO

GAIL ROBINSON

MLC (PS 3) Head Teacher Penn Foster, AA degree in ECE; 10+ years of experience

STACEY HARPER

MLC (PS 4) Assistant Teacher TEACH Scholar, AA in ECE; 10+ years of experience

FELECIA WILLIAMSON

MLC (PS 5) Assistant Teacher Child Development Associate Accreditation, Sally Watson House Crisis Nursery

YVETTE MOLLETT

GTN (PS 6) Assistant Teacher Community College of Philadelphia, AA degree in ECE; 9 years of Experience

SHONTAYA GREER

GTN (PS 7) Assistant Teacher Community College of Philadelphia; TEACH scholar, AA in ECE; 10 years experience

KALEIDOSCOPE PLUS MANON MANAVIT

Concordia University, Bard College

LIZA DOLMETSCH

GTN (PS 6) Head Teacher Temple U.; 5 years of experience

Tyler School of Art, Vassar College

ALISA NOVELLI

Penn State U., Chestnut Hill College, BA in Art, Master’s in ECE 2014; 8 years of experience

GTN (PS 7) Head Teacher

ED CONTALDI

MLC Music Covert, Michalak, Grenoble, Thomas, Haselbach; Ithaca College, Curtis, U. of Northern Colorado; Phila. Orch., Baltimore Symphony

GTN Music Westminster Choir College

(Brass) Temple U., UCLA

TERESA B. CAPPELLO *

MT-BC, BS in Music Education, West Chester U., MA in Music Therapy, Drexel U.

BS in Special, Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Temple U., graduate course work in Music Therapy, Immaculata U.

ELIZABETH RILEY

(Orchestra Conductor, Viola, Cello) U. of South Carolina, U. of Denver, Temple U.

ARTS THERAPISTS MUSIC THERAPY AILEEN BUNCH Temple U.

SCOTT SLEZAK

MATTHEW DANSER

KATHRYN GORSKI

MT-BC, BA in Music, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, BA in Music, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins U., MA in Music Therapy Temple U.

SERGE EL HELOU

MT-BC, BA in Musicology, Holy Spirit U., Lebanon, Diploma in Orchestration, Boulogne-Billancourt Conservatory, France, BA in Music Therapy, Rene Descartes U., Paris

JENNY GOLDHAMMER

MT-BC, BA in Music, University of Rochester, MA in Music Therapy, Drexel U.

JOANNA KELLY

MT-BC, BA in Music Therapy, Temple U.

JULIE LIPSON

MT-BC, MA in Music Therapy, Drexel U.

BRYAN MULLER

MT-BC, BA in Music Therapy and Music, Molloy College, MA & Ph.D. in Music Therapy, Temple U.

CARYN WIDRICK

MT-BC, LPC, BME in Music Education, James Madison U., MM Music Performance, Florida State U., MA in Music Therapy, Drexel U.

THERESA L. ZAKRZWSKI

MT-BC, BA in Music Therapy and Music, Marywood College, MA in Music Therapy Temple University

DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY NATHALIE BURNS BA in Psychology, Eastern University, MA in Dance/ Movement Therapy, Drexel University ART THERAPY JACKLIN HORDES BS in Graphic Design Communication, Philadelphia University, MA in Art Therapy, Drexel University JULIE NOLAN BA in Psychology, University of Delaware, MA in Art Therapy, Drexel University

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