Chamber music is an essential part of your instrumental performance education at NYU Steinhardt. Chamber music ensembles are organized through each instrumental program.
A Cappella Choir, Adult Choir, Children's Chorus, Jazz Choir, NYU Chorale, University Singers
The ensemble explores both significant, traditional repertoire and new repertoire by living composers who write for woodwinds, brass, and percussion.
Jazz students can join celebrated musicians in ensembles dedicated to the original compositions of jazz legends, world music, and improvisation.
Future music teachers and other members of the university learn how to organize, rehearse, and develop their own Big Band.
Chamber Music, 20th-21st Century; NYU Contemporary Music Ensemble
NYU Symphony, NYU Chamber Orchestra, and NYU Broadway Orchestra
These ensembles focus their repertoires on the seminal works of the 20/21st centuries.
The ensemble’s repertoire spans all styles, from traditional to contemporary music and students have an opportunity to perform on the entire family of saxophones.
Background Vocal Recording Techniques, Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, Pop/Rock Ensemble, Unplugged Ensemble, and Village Voices
Performs at University and other functions throughout the year, including graduation-week ceremonies.