Manhattan School of Music
123 Claremont Ave.  
New York,  NY,  10027
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The reputation of Manhattan School of Music rests largely upon its 275-member faculty of highly accomplished performing artists and teachers. These devoted professionals specialize in building performers with a strong foundation of technical skills; they hold our students to the highest standards of our musical heritage while fostering originality of expression. Students benefit from the talent and involvement of these accomplished musicians. They are soloists, chamber and jazz artists, and members of such performing institutions as the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, New York City Opera and Ballet orchestras, and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
    Student Teacher Ratio: 5 :1

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