BSM Holiday Concert, Dedicated to Tim McCullough
Please donate to our annual campaign! https://www.bsmny.org/donate/back-to-bloomingdale/ Bloomingdale School of Music will present their free annual holiday concert on Friday, December 17, 2021 at 7pm at the David Greer Recital Hall at 323 W. 108th Street, as part of its Faculty Concert Series. Join BSM for a curated concert, celebrating a host of winter holidays and cultures, featuring faculty and students in music of the season. This concert will be dedicated to longtime Resident Teaching Artist Tim McCullough, who recently passed in November. Attendees MUST RSVP as Covid Guidelines have reduced seating capacity in the hall.
Welcome Back to Bloomingdale!
We are so excited to celebrate our birthday! Want to join us in our celebration? Check it out: https://www.bsmny.org/donate/back-to-bloomingdale/ Thank you for watching! GET INVOLVED Website: https://www.bsmny.org/ Donate: https://www.bsmny.org/donate/ Registration: https://beacons.page/bsmnyregistration SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: @bloomingdale_music - https://instagram.com/bloomingdale_muisc Facebook: @bsmnyc - https://www.facebook.com/BSMNYC Twitter: @bsmny - https://twitter.com/BSMNY LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bloomingdale-school-of-music/ #bsmny #bloomingdale #bloomingdaleschoolofmusic #music #musicschool #musiceducation #musiced #musicmatters #classical #classicalmusic #classicalmusiclife #instrumental #orchestra #newyorkmom #newyorkdad #newyorkcity #newyorkmusic #upperwestside #musicnyc #livemusicnyc
Back to Bloomingdale | Executive Director Erika Atkins
Being back at Bloomingdale not only means being physically in our brownstone but maintaining our commitment to quality music education both in-person and online. We are excited to welcome back ensembles like chamber music and orchestras, live music, and present exciting new programs that bring music back to 108th Street. The success of the last two years was made possible by the dedication of our students, families, staff, faculty, and supporters. We are now calling on our entire community to join the school as we transition back into in-person/hybrid learning, and evolve our programming to meet the current needs of our community. Like the world, 2021 was a year of great discovery, transition, and innovation for our school. Join us and be a part of our next chapter and support Bloomingdale today. Going into 2022, our mission will be even more urgent as we continue to support the recovery of music education in New York City. Your support will help to lay the groundwork Bloomingdale needs for our next chapter. Donate at https://www.bsmny.org/donate/back-to-bloomingdale/
Lit Hit. Swipe Books. Not Looks.
Download the Lit Hit app today and find your next book obsession: iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lit-hit/id1533692066 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cratecurator.lithit Learn More: https://www.lithit.club/ Follow: https://www.instagram.com/lithit.club/
A Symphony of Bloomingdale: In the Key of Hope (Spring Benefit 2021)
A Symphony of Bloomingdale: In the Key of Hope A virtual benefit to honor Erika S. Floreska for her contributions to the Bloomingdale School of Music and celebrate the power of music and our talented & dedicated community! Hosted By Erika Atkins, Executive Director of BSM Opening Remarks by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal Segment: "Hello”, Early Childhood Class Lead by: Shoshana Vogel Featuring Chondra Profit-Ardrey, her daughter Cali, and Friends Introduction to Music Access Program (MAP) Van Lier and Arena/D'Eletto Fellows by Naho Parrini, MAP Program Director Performance Selection: A Song Without Words Original artist/Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Performer: Alexa N. Carmona Performance Selection: Beethoven Romance in F Major Original Artist/Composer: Ludwig V. Beethoven Performer: Julian Walther SNEAK PEAK: 2nd Floor Renovation Walkthrough By Chris Mcaninch, Construction Consultant Performance Selection: Gardens in the Rain Original Artist/Composer:Aritst/Composer: Jardins Sous La Pluie Debussy Name: Layton (Yang) Zhang Performance selection: "Boats against the current" Original artist/Composer of the selection: Aaron Nichols Performer: Aaron Nichols Introduction to Music Access Program (MAP) Van Lier and Arena/D'Eletto Fellows by Naho Parrini, MAP Program Director “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz Composed by Harold Arlen, Lyricist by E.Y. Harburg performed by BSM’s Senior Flute Choir featuring Alyssa Fox Remarks by New York Assembly Member Danny O’Donnell BLOOMINGDALE HONORS ERIKA FLORESKA “Seasons of Love” from Rent By Jonathan Larson performed by BSM’s Broadway Ensemble featuring Aisha Jackson Videos Produced by Matthew Johnson Harris, Erika Atkins, Senami Atinkpahoun Video Operation by John Gattis Live BSM Segments Recorded by Grace Azcona
Happy Holidays BSM!
Happy Holidays at BSM BSM celebrates the holiday season with a concert featuring faculty and students in the music of the season. Join us for a festive treat to spice up your December! Featuring: José Maldonado, Tereasa Payne, Naho Parrini & Alberto Parrini, Celeste and Dashiell Kwan, Roberto Hidalgo, Marc Peloquin, Erika Atkins, Brandon Vasquez and Eli Asher. Sonata in A Major, K. 322 - Domenico Scarlatti Danza: “Entre ceniza y humo” - Leonardo Egurbida Performed by Jose Maldonado “A Charlie Brown Christmas” - Vince Guaraldi Performed by Tereasa Payne “Winter,” from The Seasons – Antonio Vivaldi Performed by Naho Parrini, Alberto Parrini and Marc Peloquin “Once Upon a Dream” from Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty - Adapted by George Burns, lyrics by Jack Lawernce and Sammy Fain. Performed by Celeste and Dashiell Kwan “Sleigh Ride” - Leroy Anderson Performed by Roberto Hidalgo and Marc Peloquin Cello Duos “Chanukah oh Chanukah” “Ma'oz Tzur” “Holly Jolly Dreidel” Performed by Margarlit Cantor and Chris Gross “Auld Lang Syne” “Last Christmas” Performed by BSM Executive Director Erika Atkins Holiday Songs “Let it Snow” - Jule Styne “Oh Come All Ye Faithful” “We Three Kings” “Carol of the Bells” Performed by Brandon Vazquez and Eli Asher
How Can I Stay Curious In Times of Uncertainty? Why Should We Pause More Now Than Ever?
Hi friends. Excited to share my weekly learnings with you. This week I interviewed 19 friends from 7 countries and from 10 states in the USA. I hope this inspires you to stay positive and creative. All recordings were between March 22-28, 2020. ==================================================================== "Creativity takes courage" - Henri Matisse ==================================================================== Our mindset is powerful. It chooses how to see every situation with a "glass-half-full" and limitless thinking. I was curious. In 2020, when the coronavirus impacted all our lives and crushed many of our initial plans, I sought out to learn what good we can learn from this event. How do we stay positive? How can this be a blessing in disguise? How do you make the most out of it? What can you do to not forget the lessons we learn now? I asked a few friends over virtual coffee. I hope this inspires more positivity and creativity in your day. Thank you, friends, for sharing your story. - with courage and love - Monica Kang ==================================================================== I will be sharing more stories each week to inspire how unlock creative mindset regardless of where we are. If you'd like to submit a story, you can schedule a call with me at monica (at) innovatorsbox.com. You can help share this link with a friend at http://bit.ly/CuriousMonica Share this specific link at http://bit.ly/CuriousM2 ========================================================= SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS: * Hetal Parikh - Entrepreneur in NJ * Rahmin Bender-Salazar - Innovation Scholar in the Netherlands * Corey Ponder - Tech Policy, Speaker in Oakland * Melanie Spring - Entrepreneur, Speaker in Denver, CO * Jason Chan - Financial Specialist in Singapore * Priyanka Komala - Podcast, Tech Innovator in Washington D.C. * Tae Kim - Entrepreneur in South Korea * Andrew Ngui - Innovator in Peoria, IL * Samson Williams - Entrepreneur, Professor in Florida * Blair Glencorse - Entrepreneur in Pakistan * Kim Bryden - Entrepreneur in Washington D.C. * Michell C Clark - Social Media Expert, Author in Washington D.C. * Scott Shigeoka - Entrepreneur, Artist in SF, * Helena Ku Rhee - Author, Innovator in LA * Jeanie Chang Family (5) - Entrepreneur, Students in Raleigh, NC * Ichraf Jarray - Entrepreneur in Tunisia * KarFei Cheah - Coach and Speaker in Malaysia * John Victoria - Entrepreneur in Virginia * Erika Atkins - Nonprofit executive in New York ========================================================= #mindset #creativity #COVID19 #hope #InnovatorsBox #MonicaKang #Storyteller #Insight #Positivity #Courage #Creative #Innovative #Hopeful #LessonsLearned #Coronavirus #Global #Innovation #ProblemSolving #Humor #Access #Perspective #USA #RethinkCreativity #Curiouse #ImCurious #Singapore #NYC #Malaysia #Tunisia #SouthKorea #Pakistan #Netherlands