Thank you for visiting
Music In Westchester!
We are delighted that you are interested in MAKING MUSIC with us!
Whether it's you or your sIx year old - we will take you on a breathtaking journey to beauty, creativity and imagination!
First trial lesson is FREE, just call us to set up an appointment.
Chantal Loaiza of New Rochelle, NY explains her work to Alexander Abayev. NY Times picture copyrights.
Congratulations to our violin student Hyun Jin Lee on her successful performance of Vivaldi's Summer from The Four Seasons with one of the leading professional orchestras in the area - The Symphony of Westchester!
NYSSMA & WCSMA
We have successfully prepared hundreds of students for NYSSMA & WCSMA festivals with excellent scores.
Participation in these festivals dramatically improves the effort and motivation of students. It effectively helps them progress further in their playing skills.
Whether it's Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Vivaldi's Four Seasons or Mozart Concerto #5 - the challenge and competition makes everyone work harder and improve!
Join the discussion and feel free to ask questions - we are always here to assist you!
You will find plenty of useful information, tips and advice on how to practice home, how to prepare for NYSSMA festivalS, All-County, All-State and College Auditions, Music Competitions and more...
ALL-COUNTY & ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA AUDITIONS
Many of our students have won All-County and All-State auditions.
They have performed in prestigious concert halls of New York and overseas, including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, SUNY Purchase Performing Arts Center, The Tilles Center for the Performing Arts and many others.
We will help your child enrich their artistic experience and participate in the exciting concert life of New York!
RECITALS & COLLEGE ADMISSION PREPARATION
It is a well know fact that your child's SAT/ACT score is not sufficient for acceptance into prestigious college or university.
He (or she) needs to have a unique, versatile personality with some "special skills" in either sports, the arts or any other "extra curricular" activity.
Playing a musical instrument will also give your child the opportunity to participate in a college/university orchestra, chamber ensemble and on-campus solo student recitals.
Students, parents & teachers after recital at Katonah Library. June 2016