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Music Therapy Professor on NY1

Nir Sadovnik created a video with his coworkers there to the song “Lean on Me" for the patients and staff at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Watch Jared Shaw's Senior Recital

Jared presented his senior recital on YouTube with performances on drum set, xylophone, djembe, and African gyil.

MCC 2020 Award Winners

Congratulations to the recipients of this year's school and departmental awards.

Grammy-Winning Producer Visits Piano Colloquy

Students engaged in a rich discussion with Grammy award-winning producer and engineer Silas Brown.
Areas of Study: The Arts

VP Students Meet Tony Shalhoub

The Tony-nominated actor Tony Shalhoub spoke about his work.
Areas of Study: The Arts

All-University Jazz Orchestra Premieres New Composition

The orchestra remotely performed the premiere of a jazz mambo.
Areas of Study: The Arts

PAA Student is Creative Producer of Educational Children's Symphony

Nora Barpal recently held a virtual workshop/reading of an educational children's symphony.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Vocal Performance Launches Video Series

The program has launched a new video series, “Inside the Virtual Classroom.”
Areas of Study: The Arts

Composition Alum is Finalist for Pulitzer Prize in Music

Alex Weiser was one of the two finalists for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Music.
Areas of Study: The Arts

MCC Alumni Q&A

Future of the Industry Q&A with Media, Culture, and Communication alum Carolyn LaHorgue.

Dance Ed Students Create Dance Chain Letter

Dance Education students participated in a dance chain letter set to "From a Distance."
Areas of Study: The Arts

Educational Theatre Students Make “Thank You” Video

A video made to uplift the New York spirits during this dark time.
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Video Features Strings and Woodwinds Artist Faculty

Gina Cuffari commissioned Gregg August to write a work involving both singing and playing the bassoon.
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Making of the “Faith over Fear” Project

David Mercado has created an entertaining tutorial on independent music video-making.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Remote Performance of Poulenc’s Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano

Dan Shengquan and Xiaoya Gao have collaborated on a new remote performance.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Jac Holzman Connects with Music Business Students

Undergrads were treated to a conversation with the founder of Elektra Records and Nonesuch Records, an executive, producer, engineer, technologist, and consummate A&R man.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Vocal Performance Alum Covers The Spinners

Todd Alsup has recorded a new cover of the 1973 Spinners classic “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love.”
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Healing Arts: In the Time of COVID, Helping Seniors Tell Their Stories

Spica Wobbe (MA '03), an educational theatre alumna and puppetry artist, offers a workshop that is fun, therapeutic, and good for the environment.

NYU New Music Ensemble Records Remotely

The NYU New Music Ensemble has released a recording created remotely from three continents.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Research Shows Black Drivers More Likely to Be Stopped by Police

In a dataset of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, researchers found that black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers.