We welcome you to our unique, inclusive music education opportunity for adult learners at our Washington Square campus, 35 West 4th Street.
Continuing Education in Music (CEM) is a community outreach inclusion program for all college-aged students (18+), including those from the disability community, to pursue music enrichment studies. CEM is designed to foster independent expression in music and the performing arts as a means to facilitate independent living skills and community integration. Classes are developed per student interest, offering instrumental, vocal, ensemble, and technology classes. Classes culminate with a performance event to showcase student progress.
Elise S. Sobol, EdD: Founder/Director, Piano/Keyboard
Katya Barmotina, BA: Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass
Jamie Ehrenfeld, BM: Foundations of Music Production/Songwriting
Tom Kopec, MA/MS: Pop Music Jam Band, Piano/Keyboard
Kimberly McCord, DME: Play and Improvise in Jazz Style
Samantha Stainkamp, MA: Vocal Classics, CEM Community Wind Ensemble
Raquelle Viteri, MM: Music Movement, Advanced Singers Workshop
CEM classes may qualify for Office for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Self-Direction budget approval reimbursement as part of registered students' post-secondary plan.
For further information contact Dr. Elise Sobol:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 998-5778