Rachel Black is a native of Mississippi, and joined the Music School in June 2013. She has begun several new initiatives such as new public school outreach programs with PS 3, PS41, and the Museum School, Suzuki Violin/Guitar, Healing HeArts,
Margaret began her career at Greenwich House Music School as a faculty member in 1972. She became the Registrar in 1983 and has spent the rest of her career behind the front desk of the music school. Margaret on her
Production Manager at Greenwich House Music School
Andrew Jordan was born and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland. After completing a BA in Music and Audio Production at American University in Washington DC, he moved to New York City to seek his fortune in the music industry. Along the
Greenwich House Music School provides conservatory-level training in a non-competitive atmosphere for students of all ages. Our faculty has trained in many of the world’s finest institutions, and mentored generations of musicians with a level of artistic excellence unparalleled in the world of community music school education.
Many of our piano faculty studied under the leadership of Maestro German Diez (June 18, 1924-July 9, 2014), former Piano Department Chairman and 65 year faculty member. Maestro Diez formed much of what we, at GHMS, consider our teaching method. Our teachers advocate for a rigorous approach to the instrument with an open heart, designed to teach respect for music and a life-long love of the arts.