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New School of Music spring registration is open now!

January 6 - January 29

Happy New Year! Spring registration is open now! We've almost reached the end of the fall term, so now is the time to check in with your teachers to confirm your lesson time and get registered for spring. If you are a new student interested in enrolling in lessons, submit an inquiry to be set […]

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Attention to Detail

January 6 - January 29

January 6 – 29, 2021 | Presented at Kathryn Schultz Gallery & Online Curated by Edwina Rissland & Lorraine Sullivan Featuring artwork by Nancy Beams, David Lee Black, Edwina Rissland and Lorraine Sullivan Virtual Reception + Artist Talk| January 8, 6:30-7:30pm on ZOOM Click here to register Program| Virtual Studio Visit, with David Lee Black Thursday, January 14, […]

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Night

KEEP THE LIGHT ON Virtually OBERON

January 29 @ 12:00 am
Free – $10

A light that shines in an empty space makes us feel less alone. Join us for the virtual premiere of Keep the Light On! By purchasing a household ticket, you can join the virtual premiere celebration on January 15 at 8PM ET, watch the event starting at 8:30PM, and have access to the stream for 48 […]

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Morning

Art Study Center Seminar at Home: Art and Technology—3,500 Years Ago

January 29 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Seminar 11:00am - 12:00pm Since we are unable to welcome you into the museums at this time, we are bringing our experts to you in the online series Art Study Center Seminars at Home. In the mid-second millennium BCE, sculptors, painters, potters, and glass- and metalworkers were busy in the northern Mesopotamian town of Nuzi (Iraq). […]

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Evening

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horszowski trio / the inside story

Haydn advised Beethoven not to publish his Op. 1, No. 3, now one of his signature pieces. Adjudicators of an anonymous competition were shocked to learn Rebecca Clarke’s gender after deeming hers the work of a poet. Korngold wrote his wild, grand suite for a pianist who lost his right hand in the war, showing […]

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