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On their December 6, 2023 concert, the Conservatory Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Thomas Oberle, performed the Cartoon Symphony, an amalgam of famous cartoon themes arranged by Larry Clark.
Various Performance faculty from Brooklyn College’s Conservatory of Music discuss their teaching philosophies and thoughts on educating their students in the beautiful new Leonard and Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts, a most conducive environment in which to study music.
World-renowned pianist and Conservatory faculty member Beatrice Long describes her teaching philosophy.
Welcome to the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College! Please join us for a visit to our beautiful new facility, the Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts, where our students practice, perform, and thrive amidst an atmosphere of diligent music-making and camaraderie.
A tour of the beautiful Brooklyn College campus and the new state-of-the-art Leonard and Claire Performing Arts Center, where students of the Conservatory of Music practice, rehearse, and perform.
The third of our series of three concerts, presented in the spring of 2022, showcasing the work of Conservatory composers.
The second of our series of three concerts, presented in the spring of 2022, showcasing the work of Conservatory composers.
The first of our series of three concerts, presented in the spring of 2022, showcasing the work of Conservatory composers.
The third of the series of three concerts presented in the fall of 2021 showcasing the works of Conservatory composers.
The second of the series of three concerts presented in the fall of 2021 showcasing the works of Conservatory composers.
The first of our series of three concerts, presented in the fall of 2021, showcasing the work of Conservatory composers.
Part of the New York Citywide Composers Now Festival, directed by Professor Emerita Tania Leon, this February 2022 concert features new works by Conservatory composers.
Wei Ni Hung, Winner of the 2019 Conservatory Concerto Competition, performed Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto, op.14, with the Conservatory Orchestra, under the baton of George Rothman, at their Tuesday, November 1, 2019 concert in the Don Buchwald Theater, Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College.
Jesse Mills, Coordinator. “Artistic Connections”: Conservatory students present an online concert of chamber works for string instruments.
Nicole Auriti, flute; Martyna Kučinskaitė, piano. Coached by Prof. Ursula Oppens, the duo contributed this beautiful performance of the composer’s set of variations on a song from Die schöne Müllerin to the Conservatory’s Fall Chamber Music concert.
Melissa Fishman, flute; Allyson Gallegos, clarinet; Danying Zhang, piano, The trio performed the first and third movements of Husa’s set of eight sketches as part of the Conservatory’s online Afternoon Chamber Music concert on Thursday, December 3, 2020.
Elena Ruiz González, violin; Kaylin Romero, violoncello. Natasha Gwirceman, piano. The trio performed the first movement of Beethoven’s piano trio as part of the Conservatory’s Thursday, December3, 2020 online Afternoon Chamber Music concert.
The Brooklyn College Opera Theatre, directed by Isabel Milenski with music preparation by Dmitry Glivinskiy and accompanied by the Conservatory Orchestra under the baton of George Rothman, presented its production of Puccini’s endearing Gianni Schicchi in spring 2019, at the Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts.
At its September 27, 2019 concert, the Conservatory Orchestra, led by Conductor George Rothman, performed Mozart’s Overture to Don Giovanni.
Pianist and faculty member Beatrice Long performs the Ravel Piano Concerto with the Conservatory Orchestra—George Rothman, conductor—at its February 27, 2020 concert.
On March 7, 2019, violinist and faculty member Jesse Mills performed a recital with his frequent collaborators, the Horszowski Trio. On the program, among other works, was the scintillating Shostakovich Piano Trio No. 2.
Jeffrey Biegel gives a master piano class and performance.
No. 3. from “Tonadillas al estilo antiguo.” Adjunct Assistant Professor of Trombone Studies Achilles Liarmakopoulos, trombone; Spiros Exaras, guitar. Filmed by ONErpm Studios at the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College, October 2016.
On May 22, 2018, students of Professor Alexandra Lewis’ “The Music of Maurice Ravel” seminar, along with other Conservatory students and faculty, produced an all-Ravel concert that included a large and varied segment of the composer’s oeuvre and featured performances by Paul Sperry and Beatrice Long.
On March 3, 2020, pianist and faculty member Beatrice Long gave a recital with her frequent collaborator, cellist Sophie Shao, and performed Robert Schumann’s Fantasiestücke.
The Horszowski Trio—Jesse Mills, violin; Raman Ramakrishnan, violoncello; Rieko Aizawa, piano—performs Haydn’s “Gypsy” Piano Trio at the Bowdoin International Music Festival on July 15, 2019.
Dr. West spoke with students in advance of the Brooklyn College Big Band’s Whitman Theatre concert, which featured the Brooklyn premiere of Arturo O’Farrill’s The Cornel West Concerto. The podcast was produced by Miguel Macias.
A performance on April 19, 2016, by the HAL conTEMPO Trio—Hila Zamir, clarinet; Adam von Housen, violin; Laurence Cummings, piano—in Studio 312 at the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College.
Mezzo-soprano Shawn Palmer and pianist Matthew Lobaugh performed Ravel’s Shéhérazade as part of an all-Ravel concert at the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College, Studio 312, on May 18, 2015.