The Filomen M. D’Agostino Greenberg Music School and its Student Council invite you to the 8th Annual Music School Performathon:
December 13, 2014, 2:00pm
Benay Venuta Hall, 2nd floor
111 East 59th Street (between Park and Lexington Ave.)
New York, NY
Music School students of all ages, musical levels and styles perform at this fundraising event. Your support helps us keep tuition costs affordable for visually impaired students of all ages, so that they may continue engaging in music study year after year.
Individual students need to raise $10 or more to perform at the event, while performance ensembles need to raise $100 or more per group.Sponsor a Student or Ensemble
Individual students need to raise $10 or more to perform at the event, while performance ensembles need to raise $100 or more per group.
Child Enrolled in the Comprehensive Music Program for Young People (CMPYP): The CMPYP curriculum serves as a foundation for establishing essential music skills. Classes include Braille music, music theory, music technology, music appreciation, dance, and individual instrumental lessons.
An Adult Enrolled in Individual Lessons studies with a faculty member for 45 minutes each week. Instruction is available in voice, piano, guitar, recorder, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drums, vibraphone and percussion.
Performance Ensembles consist of up to 20 students who rehearse together weekly. Youth ensembles include chorus, percussion, rock, and an eclectic instrumental group. Adult ensembles include a 25-member Vocal Ensemble, jazz ensemble, and two pop/rock ensembles.
Named Performer: You can donate on behalf of an individual performer.