The Interchurch Center Presents: Mackey Twins Art Gallery Inc. Mackey Twins Art Gallery Inc. will be hosting an art show at the Interchurch Center from Friday, September 13th, 2019 to Friday, November 1st, 2019. Open between the hours of 9AM - 5PM. RECEPTION | ARTIST TALK | ART SALE Live Jazz ◆ Fine Wine ◆ Hors d’ oeuvres Artist Program: Friday, September 13, 2019 @ 5:30PM - 9:00PM Exhibit Dates: Friday, September 13, 2019 - Friday, November 1, 2019 Closing Reception: Friday, November 1, 2019 @ 5:30PM - 9:00PM For more information visit http://mackeytwinsartgallery.com/. The post Treasured Imagery II appeared first on The Interchurch Center.
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"One of the main reasons why I decided to come to Manhattan School of Music was so that I can have more opportunities to play with an orchestra. I love the collaborative aspects of an orchestra, and how everyone plays an important role in making it all come together." — Kenton Campbell (Orchestral Tenor Trombone, MM '20) Read more of our #MSMSpotlight with Kenton + Seth here: https://bit.ly/2ytnOUO
"Very rarely do we get to so directly communicate our feelings about what's going on in the world. It's allowed us to kind of grieve and process a lot of trauma." Voice alumna Briana Elyse Hunter (MM '12) talks about her role in "Blue", a new opera currently running at The Glimmerglass Festival. The new opera by Tazewell Thompson and Jeanine Tesori tells the story of a couple in Harlem who are forced to confront their teenage son's sudden death by police violence.
While #NYC is one of the world's great cultural capitals, MSM's immediate backdrop is the "college town" neighborhood of #MorningsideHeights on Manhattan's West Side.Learn more about MSM's neighborhood tomorrow as students Chandler + Nic take over our Instagram Story!pic.twitter.com/Ig6izTaS1V
#MSMneighborhood | Can you spot @MSMnyc in this stunning photo by @LennyPridatko? #MorningsideHeights #NYCpic.twitter.com/STuajqWscv
Thank you for the lovely article! Always looking to promote positivity through music. Classical music is for everyone, of all backgrounds. #WednesdayWisdom #WednesdayThoughts #BlackTwitterMovement #success #Empowerment @MSMnycpic.twitter.com/ss8gTytctV
Two of our Honorary Doctorate recipients, @ABFalecbaldwin & @BebeNeuwirth, on last night's @matchgameabc https://twitter.com/BebeNeuwirth/status/1161762274685665284 …
"Last weekend Provost Griggs, Chief of Staff Alexa Smith and I attended Gateways Music Festival which celebrates classical musicians of African descent. 13 alums were represented including the concertmaster and newest faculty appointment Kelly Hall-Tompkins!"— President Gandrepic.twitter.com/MIHUd7a0jv
#MSMarchives | SEP 2016 | MSM Chamber Sinfonia rehearsing Rossini's "Overture to William Tell" in Neidorff-Karpati Hall (formerly John C. Borden Auditorium), under the direction of Paul Watkins.#tbt #MSMnyc #Rossini #MusicConservatorypic.twitter.com/MYgZQY2JR0
A lovely #TBT shot of the beautiful ceiling and windows at Greenfield Hall at the @MSMnyc! #architecture #nycarchitecture #recordingsessionspic.twitter.com/eCyUgYwi6V
Incoming students, don't forget to submit your #Orientation Event Sign-Up form and Credit Card Authorization form by the of the day!For more info: https://bit.ly/2TFwXTV pic.twitter.com/eoxGiraPLJ
MSMDL is excited to announce Trombone Artist Faculty member Colin Williams will be returning to our Global Conservatory program this year for exchanges with the Royal Academy of Music and New World Symphony!pic.twitter.com/dPi9pMqIqL
“This isn’t a one-person job.” In honor of #WorldHumanitarianDay, established by the United Nations, we’re spotlighting doctoral student Srishti Sardana (M.A. ‘16) and her work with TC’s Global Mental Health Lab. In their next project, Sardana and the Lab will help implement new innovative approaches to therapy and study how it helps Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2019/july/learning-not-to-give-up/ Doctoral student Srishti Sardana (M.A. ’16) began helping others as a teen. TC has taught her to keep going