Bloomingdale School Of Music Presents
Instrument Discovery Day and Open House
September 15, 2018
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Music for all ages and new student discounts
New York, N.Y. — Bloomingdale School of Music is pleased to open the doors of their charming historic Brownstone, (located at 323 West 108th Street, between Broadway and Riverside Drive) on Saturday, September 15th from 11 am – 2 pm for their popular annual FREE Open House & Instrument Discovery Day. During this free open-house event, children and their families have the opportunity to hear, hold and play over 14 different instruments with the guidance of BSM faculty and staff. The school staff will be on hand to answer any questions about BSM’s course offerings. As an added incentive, new students will receive a discount. Please RSVP with your name and number of guests at [email protected].
Registration for the 2018-19 year is now open and to learn about new classes or schedule of free concerts and festivals please like and follow us on Facebook or by visiting our website at http://www.bsmny.org.
About Bloomingdale School Of Music
Now in its 53nd year, BSM has served more than 80,000 children and adults through group classes, private instruction, ensemble and orchestra experiences and performance opportunities in classical, jazz, and rock music. Each week, over 650 students of all ages participate in a wide range of music making, including early childhood classes, a comprehensive pre-college program, free community concerts, and internet-based music programs. With accessibility central to its mission, more than 20% of Bloomingdale’s student body receives financial aid and scholarship assistance annually. For more information on Bloomingdale School of Music’s programs and concerts, visit www.bsmny.org, call the office at 212-663-6021, or email [email protected].
Bloomingdale School of Music is grateful to the following donors: Foundations: Foundations: Associated Chamber Music Players, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, Edwin Caplin Foundation, Columbia Community Service, D’Addario Foundation, Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation, The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, Exploring the Metropolis Con-Edison Composers’ Residency Program, The Hearst Foundation, Libby Holman Foundation, The Hyde and Watson Foundation, The New York Community Trust, The Pinkerton Foundation, Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund, Corporations: Colgate-Palmolive Inner-City Education Fund, Con Edison, Public: New York State Council on the Arts with Support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, New York State Assembly Member Daniel J. O’Donnell, and New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, and many other generous individuals.