The Piano School of NYC hosted an all day round of Gifted and Talented recitals at Jazz at Lincoln Center March 17th.
The five recitals spanned the better half of a day and raised over $8 thousand for music education scholarships!
The first recital, a representation of children who partake in our group programs from local schools, was followed by a few recitals mixing communities of PSNYC students with those of our teacher’s students, all performers here were between the ages of 4 to 16.
The last competition concluded in the evening by showcasing all the winners from our 2nd Annual Piano Competition in January.
The Piano School Annual Spring Fundraiser was a great success this year! It took place on Wednesday March 27th at the Tenri Cultural Institute downtown on 13th street. Attendees were treated to a fantastic evening of jazz featuring Stella Siwon Hwang on piano and bass by Lorenzo Kim Sandi. Guests also mingled around an impressive silent auction, all while raising funds for music education.
About the Piano School of NYC: The Piano School of NYC is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing affordable music education to all throughout the greater New York area. The Piano School brings 17 years of experience and offers private, small group, and Skype lessons as well as in-school programming, and lessons for students with disabilities. The Piano School aims to foster self-esteem and offers early, direct participation in music that might not otherwise take place due to income inequality and insufficient musical instruction in schools. More Information about The Piano School of NYC can be found online at www.pianoschoolofnyc.org or by contacting vera@pianoschoolofnyc.org or 212- 665-9051.