Programs

MSM Summer

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MSM’s summer program for young musicians age 8-17, to develop their talents, build friendships, and have fun!

About MSM Summer

MSM Summer provides instruction and performance experience in instrumental music and voice for students ages 8-17.  Students will develop their musical skills and join a community of young musicians through a wide variety of musical and social activities. Former participants have hailed from across the United States and from around the world.

What Participants Will Experience

Instrumentalists and jazz vocalists will participate in various large and small ensembles, which may include string ensemble, woodwind ensemble, orchestra, jazz band, Latin jazz band, clarinet choir, flute choir, 4-hand piano, and an array of chamber groups.  All participants will have a private lesson each week with a MSM Summer faculty member. Performance opportunities will take place throughout the summer in Manhattan School of Music’s state-of-the-art recital halls and main auditorium.

The musical theater and classical voice curriculum includes, acting, vocal coaching, dance, and performance techniques. All voice majors will have a weekly private lesson with a faculty member.  Singers will develop their vocal skills and dramatic interpretation, as well as gain valuable performance experience, as they rehearse and prepare for the summer’s culminating musical theater productions. Performances will be fully staged with costumes and will be presented in Manhattan School of Music’s state-of-the-art performance venues.

Residential participants reside at Manhattan School of Music’s G. Chris and SungEun Andersen Residence Hall.

Students and counselors eat meals together in the college dining hall.

MSM Summer is supported, in part, by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York City Council, Councilman Mark Levine; by The ASCAP Foundation and Mari & Kenneth Share.

Some images of recent students and events at MSM Summer!