A Summer of Change!
Steinhardt's Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions is scaling back its 2024 Summer Programs and Workshops as we plan for more compelling and varied offerings in 2025.
Those programs being offered in 2024 are listed below, and a full listing of the University's summer offerings can be found here.
We will be using the break to evaluate the programs we’ve offered in the past, tailoring our curricula to make the experiences even more engaging, preparing students for college study and helping them explore what a career in the arts can offer!
Daily interaction with jazz musicians from around the world in master classes and workshops.
The NYU Percussion summer programs are dedicated to bringing the finest and most unique seminars to participants from around the world.
Offering intensive training for entrance auditions, orchestral auditions, and competitions, plus workshops with performance psychologist Noa Kageyama.
Each member of two world-renowned quintets, Manhattan Brass and Boston Brass, will lead master classes.
NYU will not be offering woodwind performance summer workshops for summer 2023
Engage with our renowned Artist Faculty and guest artists in private lessons and coachings, seminars and workshops, concert events, and exciting performance opportunities on campus and off.
Spend two weeks focusing on classical voice, music theatre, or contemporary voice through workshops, masterclasses, and performances.
Hone your skills in scoring for TV, film, advertising, or videogames at one of our summer workshops.
An intensive two-week seminar dedicated to the art and craft of creating words and music and the ideal marriage of both.
Explore our Kodaly-focused summer intensives.
Study and perform Shakespeare, develop a new play, and study drama in education and theatre for young audiences in London.
An intensive training seminar devoted to the art of musical direction for theatre.
Opportunities to study electronic music and contemporary music production.
Challenge your ideas and create innovative ways to discover, create, or develop future “stars” in the music industry.
Historical and philosophical foundations of the Nordoff-Robbins approach, Foundational and contemporary case studies, and clinical application.