The Greenwich House Youth Community Center provides students with opportunities that enrich their education, encourage creativity, build friendships and develop self-esteem. Join us all year round to study the arts in the heart of the Village, support academic development, explore
Barrow Street Nursery School is a progressive early childhood program for girls and boys ages 19 months through 5 years and 3 months in September. Incorporated within Greenwich House in 2006, it is located in the historic settlement house at
Greenwich House Music School’s philosophy for early childhood education is to help develop the social, emotional, academic, and physical intelligence of each child through the creativity of arts education.
Greenwich House Music School provides a welcoming environment for parents to introduce their children and teens to music, art, musical theater and ballet. Within our supportive community, students develop new skills and unique ways to express themselves as they cultivate
Private lessons are offered in piano, violin, viola, cello, voice, clarinet, flute, guitar, banjo, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drums and harp. Children may study piano, violin and cello as young as age five. More maturity is required to study brass,
Mozart for Munchkins creates an interactive and welcoming atmosphere in which families can experience and enjoy music. Children of all ages are welcome to roll, crawl, squeal and dance to their hearts’ content, while parents, grandparents, and caregivers can sit
Please Note: As we continue to monitor developments related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), The Children’s Safety Project will remain open. We continue to follow the recommendations provided by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), the
Ages 8–9 Students will strengthen their ballet technique while learning the art of performance. Barre work is introduced, and combinations continue to increase in difficulty. Students will begin to develop the skill of retaining more complex movement sequences. Emphasis is
Advanced intermediate level, age 9-11 Students will continue to strengthen their ballet technique, flexibility, and performance. Combinations continue to increase in difficulty and students are challenged to further their retention skills. Emphasis is on the enjoyment of dance within
Advanced intermediate level, Age 11 and Older Students will continue to strengthen their ballet technique, flexibility and performance levels. Students will take on more demanding steps and complex sequences of movement in pursuit of technical skill, articulation, musicality, and expression.
Ages Vary, Please Call This class explores the intricacies of ensemble playing, while enhancing the understanding of meter, rhythm, and rehearsal techniques. Repertoire includes works from the Baroque, Classical, and early Romantic periods, highlighting works by Corelli, Handel, Mozart, Haydn,
Ages 13 and Up No experience required! This pottery class will cover all aspects of wheel throwing and glazing techniques. Students work at their own level and individual projects are encouraged. Beginner and intermediate demonstrations will help students grow in
Camp runs from July 5th – August 26th, 2022 During the school year, check out our full day Holiday Camps! Skip to Registration For over a decade, Greenwich House has offered one of the premier community Summer Camps in Manhattan.
October 4 – January 17 Showstoppers borrows its title from the musical number in a show that brings down the house. This performing arts class is facilitated by a dancer and musician who are teaching artists and professionals in the
Ages 5-7 Theater Games offers our youngest students a chance to dip their toes in the world of theater. Students play high-energy games that inspire the imagination and build teamwork. Students will explore different characters and situations through story and play. In this inclusive and