Online Form – Trinity Union Fellows Program Application Form The post Trinity Fellows Application Form appeared first on Union Theological Seminary.
Morningside Area Alliance is a New York State nonprofit corporation with a federal 501c3 designation. We incorporated in 1947. Our EIN is 13-1617134 and NYS Charity Registration Number is 05-77-20. The url for Morningside donations is here >>>
By Nikia Smith Robert EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was completed prior to the death of Rev. Dr. James H. Cone on April 28, 2018. The belief that God is Black and on the side of the oppressed, for some, is a bold claim. For Rev. Dr. James Hal Cone, however, this is a supposition that is unexceptional to his lived experiences and the genesis for his emergence as the “Father of Black Theology.” Dr. Cone preaches in James Chapel in 1969, [...]
The Orientation Team works with the Dean of Student Affiars to acclimate students to the Union community. If you have any questions or concerns as you prepare for the upcoming school year, the Orientation Team is here to help! Meet the 2018 Orientation Team below. They can be reached at: email@example.com. Erin Hancock Erin Hancock is a 3rd year Master of Divinity student from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is concentrating in Social Ethics with a particular interest in sexual and reproductive ethics. Erin is [...]
At Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, we offer exceptional clinical care and research within the comfort of a neighborhood hospital known for compassion and sensitivity. We are the leading health care provider for West Harlem and Morningside Heights and offer a level 2 trauma center. We have a proud tradition of medical firsts, particularly in the areas of cardiology and cardiac surgery. We also work hard to meet the varied needs of our community, where many residents face multiple social and economic challenges. In addition, we work hard to lead the way in quality and safety, and to provide you with complete and accurate reporting on these issues.
OCT 23–27: JOIN US for the 2nd Annual Manhattan School of Music / Detroit Symphony Orchestra Conductors’ Project with Conductor Leonard Slatkinadmin 2017-10-20T12:02:58+00:00
The public is welcome to attend a special week of orchestra rehearsals, a panel discussion and a final concert in the Conductors’ Project, a special week-long residency at MSM in New York City by Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Director Leonard Slatkin. Rehearsal with the MSM Symphony Orchestra, October 2016: Leonard Slatkin is MSM’s Distinguished Visiting Artist in Conducting and Orchestral Studies. ABOUT THE CONDUCTORS’ PROJECT: UNIQUE TO MSM Two recent MSM conducting graduates — Malcolm J. Merriweather [...]
Manhattan School of Music will be hosting the 7th Annual Robert Mann String Quartet Institute to take place Wednesday, January 3 through Sunday, January 7, 2018. Up to six of North America’s most promising young string quartets are being invited to participate (link to application below.) Many previous participants have gone on to win prestigious competitions and coveted residencies, and are performing exciting programs at notable venues all around the world. String quartets and special guests will take part in a [...]
Re-thinking, Re-Entry II: An examination of NYC Services & Needs for the formerly Incarcerated On Wednesday, September 20, 2017, the formerly incarcerated will gather with expert panelists representing the city and state levels, services providers, and leaders of faith based organizations at an all-day conference to discuss the pressing need for services for formerly incarcerated men and women. The conference is being convened and hosted by: The Interchurch Center in cooperation with Positive Community Magazine. Keynote Speaker New York State Senator [...]
MSM’s Admissions team will be traveling to Asia in October to meet students interested in enrolling in our programs. We’ll be in: Seoul South Korea Taipei Taiwan Hong Kong And in Mainland China: Guangzhou Shanghai Beijing For the schedule and to find out how to register, visit USA Schools of Music. See you there! Questions? Admission@msmnyc.edu
This summer, numerous recent graduates and current students of Manhattan School of Music’s voice program appeared in high-level operatic performances at the Aspen Music Festival. A summer of study at the Aspen Opera Center offers young singers a variety of performance opportunities, including two fully-staged operas, opera scenes, master classes, and chamber recitals. Aspen Opera Center’s production of Verdi’s La Traviata featured several current MSM students and recent alumni in prominent roles. Anna Dugan (MM ’16) made her role debut as [...]