Manhattan School of Music provides high-quality musical performances and instruction to 2,000 New York residents every year.
The CCRCI’s community impact program connects with thousands of New Yorkers by performing and bringing music to schools (preK – grade 12), senior living residences, hospices, and other community centers throughout New York.
Manhattan School of Music students teach and perform in preK-12 schools in Upper Manhattan. School groups are also invited to Manhattan School of Music’s campus for educational performances throughout the year. Additionally, Manhattan School of Music students present meaningful musical performances for elder audiences and their caregivers in senior living residences, memory care programs, and community centers in New York. All performances are followed by a Q&A and meet & greet session. Students learn how to expand their performance techniques in nontraditional concert settings and how to artistically engage with their audience.
SLIDESHOW: Highlights from CCRCI's Community Partnerships programming, connecting music with thousands of New Yorkers each year.
Support for MSM’s Community Impact programs is provided by:
The Barker Welfare Foundation
The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation
The Rubin-Ladd FoundationThe Wonderful Foundation
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MSM students spent time at Atria Riverdale seniors' home, singing Broadway classics and interacting with the audience.
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