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Since 1905, Greenwich House
Music (GHM) has been providing high-quality, affordable music education to the
people of New York City.
The school has occupied its current location at 44-46 Barrow Street in historic
Greenwich Village since 1914 and has played an important part in the careers
and lives of tens of thousands of students. The distinguished
faculty works to ensure students of all ages have the opportunity to
experience music through classes and performances,
and being at the center of New York’s downtown arts scene allows for an
array of renowned artists to become active at the school. Past
guests have included John Cage, Jorma Kaukonen,
Varèse, and more recently Morton Subotnick, Joan La Barbara and Meredith Monk.
Today, the school continues to serve the musical needs of students of all ages with private lessons, group classes, ensembles and regular student and faculty recitals. In addition to educating its students, GHM serves the community with a wide spectrum of concerts and readings in its Renee Weiler Concert Hall, hosts education workshops and meetings for local civic and cultural organizations, and provides affordable rehearsal and performance space for local musicians. The school is a member of the New York City Coalition of Community Schools of the Arts and The National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts.
The video playlist below features video highlights from students, faculty and guest performers.
Kyoko Hirota, Student of German Diez
Danyal Lawson, GHMS Faculty
Sara Davis Buechner, Master Class guest artist, and Stephanie Chase, Violinist
Tatyana Sirota, GHMS Faculty
Sara Davis Buechner and Danyal Lawson
About Greenwich House
Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. If you are interested in learning more about the network of settlement houses and the work they do, click here.
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