Educators — Explore the impact of climate change and microplastics with students outside the classroom with tools from our free 12/2 webinar. Experts from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory will offer strategies on leading students in citizen science field-work in the snow. Learn more & register: https://bit.ly/2Kp2jLa #Sustainability In a free webinar on 12/2, discover how to use snow to measure and explore the impact of climate change and microplastics.
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TUESDAY for prospective students — Join current faculty, students, and admission liaisons at our Teacher Preparation Open House to discuss our broad portfolio of teacher preparation programs. Learn more & register here: https://bit.ly/2Kr0iy2
NOV 22 & 23 | 7:30 PM | Next weekend, enjoy "Opera Scenes," presented by the critically praised MSM Opera Theater program, free of charge, at The Riverside Theatre! (Photos from last year's show by Anna Yatskevich) ✨ Reservations required. For MSM students, good for concert attendance. Tickets + Info: https://bit.ly/33Qt5DH
MSM ARCHIVES | This video (from a 2017 concert in The Riverside Church) includes the Manhattan School of Music Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus, who will be taking the stage together once again this Wednesday, NOV 20 at 7:30 PM! Concert Info: Neidorff-Karpati Hall | FREE | Good for concert attendance | https://bit.ly/2Xj1NDt https://www.facebook.com/msmnyc/videos/10155375118349355/ Enjoy this SNEAK PEEK of the special concert on TUES NOV 14 at 7:30 PM at the magnificent The Riverside Church in the City of New York : Conductor Kent Tritle in rehearsal with the Manhattan School of Music Symphony Chorus, Women's Chorus, Chamber Choir and the MSM Symphony Orchestra. MOZART, HANDEL, BRAHMS: Join us! Tickets $15; Free with MSM ID. Info: http://bit.ly/2AyuoIp
After surviving ethnic cleansing, how does one build a new life? Amra Sabic-El-Rayess, a Muslim survivor of the Bosnian War, shares her story and draws parallels between 1990s Bosnia and the United States in the inaugural Charo Uceda Women’s Empowerment Lecture. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2Xfl5cS #TCFaculty #UcedaLecture
Wishing you a great weekend with better sunsets from TC! 😎 📸 Photo by Wendy Zhang (MA, Economics & Education).
Submit your Musical Theatre application to Manhattan School of Music Admissions by the end of today, November 15! To finish and submit your application ➡️ apply.msmnyc.edu/apply MUSICAL THEATRE APPLICANTS: Today is the final day to submit your college application and prescreening video! Login to your Status Portal at apply.msmnyc.edu/apply to complete and submit your application. Questions? Email email@example.com 📩
"MSM Precollege gives you an education aside from just performing. We learn theory, music history, literature—these classes really help me with understanding the music I’m playing, and learn about new composers and genres." — Benjamin Rossen (Precollege '20) In our latest #MSMSpotlight, Precollege students Benjamin, Sara, and Ian talk about performing together as a trio in competitions, recitals, and even on NPR. Watch them perform together this Saturday, November 16 in the Precollege Philharmonic Orchestra concert 🎶 Read the MSM Spotlight: bit.ly/2XeIZ8C Precollege Philharmonic Orchestra concert info: bit.ly/33UUrIY
ONE WEEK FROM TODAY! NOV 22 | 7:30 PM The MSM Jazz Orchestra pays tribute to "the father of South African jazz," legendary Hugh Masekela (1939-2018), who studied trumpet at MSM in the early 1960s. Jon Faddis, conductor Special guest artist Sean Jones, trumpet Neidorff-Karpati Hall FREE | No tickets required MSM Students: Good for concert attendance More info: msmnyc.edu/masekela “I lived for music since I could think.” –Hugh Masekela
"I wanted to go to Manhattan School of Music, so I just said I’m going to dive in and play every day, play every day, play every day, then doors just started opening for me." Alumni Council member Eganam Segbefia (MM '18) is featured on News 12 The Bronx! Learn about his musical journey and how he's giving back to the community through the video below 🎺 A Bronx musician who worked hard to follow his dream is being featured in a big music festival at Lehman College
#HappyFriday! See what's on the menu for lunch today at the Riverside Café ☕️
“The words & messages that people with diabetes hear are often negative, judgmental, & self-defeating.” On World Diabetes Day, we look at recent research on stigma from TC’s Jane Dickinson — the American Association of Diabetes Educators’ 2019 Diabetes Educator of the Year. #tbt https://bit.ly/2QfRkYc #WorldDiabetesDay Dickinson was honored on August 18th at the AADE annual meeting in Baltimore.
How much will impeachment hearings impact public opinion? Psychology research can help us predict that, writes TC’s Peter Coleman in an op-ed for POLITICO. https://bit.ly/2XkQ7Af “Maybe,” writes psychologist Peter Coleman
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Do you want to support the Riverside Hawks but can't make it to their annual gala tonight? Don't worry, we'll bring the silent auction to you!https://e.givesmart.com/events/eoS/i/