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92nd Street Y School of Music

1395 Lexington Avenue  
New York,  NY,  10128
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The School of Music at the 92nd Street Y School of the Arts has been the training ground for great musicians since its founding in 1917. It offers some of the best and broadest music education opportunities in New York with an exceptional faculty of performers and recording artists—and it has become a destination for musicians of all ages and levels of expertise throughout the city. Though based in traditional music studies, it never stops short on innovation, and offers unique programs on everything from jazz studies to MIDI synthesizer composition. The School of Music offers programs for musicians and music enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds through performance, ensembles, private study, courses, lectures and workshops. Our faculty members are professionally trained, highly experienced and dedicated to nurturing students at every level. For details, please visit http://www.92Y.org/SOA or call 212.415.5580.

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