PARABLE OF THE SOWER ART-MAKING WORKSHOP AT LINCOLN CENTER
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is inviting 6 rising 12th grade students from LaGuardia to take part in an art-making workshop inspired by the new opera adaptation of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower premiering at David Geffen Hall on July 14, 2023.
Participants of the workshop will work with Lincoln Center Teaching Artists and William R. Kenan, Jr. Fellows in an inquiry-based experience inspired by the work of art.
There are 6 available spots for applicants who have an interest in composition, singing, or theater-making and are curious about investigating the process for adapting this classic Afro-futurist novel through music and live theatrical storytelling.
Date: Friday, July 14, 2023
Location: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
*Please submit the brief application below to be considered as a participant for the workshop. DEADLINE for submitting:Tuesday, June 27, 2023 at 11:59pm
SUMMER ROCK BAND CAMP 2023
Make Music, Make Friends, & Play Live on Stage in NYC
Grow as a person and a musician in NYC's longest runing rock band summer camp. Play in a band and perform on stage at a club here in NYC!
- Program for all levels: Rock Band 101, Rock Band, or Rock Band & Recording.
- Advanced students compose & record original music as a band in the unique Rock Band and Recording program
- Two Week Sessions: 7/5 - 7/14, 7/17 - 7/28, & 7/31 - 8/11
- Open to all instruments: Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Drums, Keys.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
3THIRD STREET MUSIC SCHOOL SETTLEMENT
Teen Summer Workshops
Welcome to Summer at Third Street!
We understand the importance of continuing your music and dance education year round, so we hope that you will register for individual lessons, or one of our exciting summer workshops:
Piano Ensemble Workshop
Chamber Music Workshop
Musical Theatre Workshop, Level II
Instrument or Voice Lessons
Apply to the National Arts Competition
Open to 15-18 year old visual, literary or performing artists
The 2024 YoungArts application closes on October 13, 2023 at 11:59p.m.
NEW YORK YOUTH SYMPHONY
Founded in 1963, the NYYS is internationally recognized for its award-winning and innovative educational programs for talented young musicians. It was awarded the 2022 Grammy for Best Orchestral Performance - Classical, the first youth orchestra to win a Grammy in this category. As the premier independent music education organization for ensemble training in the New York metropolitan area, the NYYS has provided over 7,000 music students unparalleled opportunities to perform at world-class venues including Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub, and The Times Center, and to study with world-renowned artists. Beyond the instruction from accomplished musicians, students gain valuable life skills — commitment, discipline, focus, collaboration — and friendships that last a lifetime.
Orchestra, Composition, Chamber Music, Conducting, Crescendo, Jazz, and Musical Theater Songwriting.
FROM THE TOP Scholarship Opportunity
For any dedicated young musicians with financial need, in need of funds to support an instrument purchase, regular private lessons, or summer program tuition, students can apply for the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. From the Top’s need-based award of up to $10,000 given in conjunction with full participation in From the Top’s Learning and Media Lab Fellowship.
- High School seniors graduating in 2024 must apply by November 15, 2023 in order to be considered for the award before graduation.
NYU MPAP SUMMER PROGRAMS
Application deadlines vary by program, so please check the website.
The NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions Summer Programs include the following options for students: Jazz Improv and Composers Workshop, Percussion, Strings, Brass Workshop, Woodwind Intensive, Piano Intensive, Vocal Performance Intensive, Screen Scoring Workshop, Songwriters Workshop, Musical Theatre Conducting Intensive, Music Technology Intensive, Music Business: What Makes a Star. Click the link above for more information.