“21cm.org’s piece on the impact of music in prisons including audio clips from the Putnamville Correctional Facility in Greencastle, IN and dialogue with Musicambia Executive Director Nathan Schram.”
“Our wonderful faculty member Hamilton Berry and AC Institute hosted a podcast featuring Executive Director Nathan Schram and Program Director Elliot Cole. Listen in on our conversation about Musicambia’s work around the country.”
“Musicambia has just announced that their annual gala will take place at the Dimenna Center for Classical Music on Friday, May 26th. This year’s gala will feature performances by a few former students from the Musicambia at Sing Sing Program as well as members of the esteemed faculty (Attacca Quartet, Canadian Brass, Princeton Symphony Orchestra, etc.)…”
As we approach the end of the 2016-17 Musicambia season, I am thrilled to report that this year has been without a doubt our best yet. The positive experiences created in the Musicambia classrooms have quickly launched the program to one of the most popular and successful educational offerings at Sing Sing Correctional Facility. There is currently a reported wait-list of over 100 individuals…
Greetings from Musicambia!
The 2016-2017 season is well underway and we are thrilled to report that the program at Sing Sing Correctional Facility is flourishing. Students are busy preparing for their first Musicambia recital and collaborating on exciting repertoire that crosses all genres…
Musicambia is delighted to announce our first annual fundraiser gala! Join us at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music on May 7th. This event will feature Becca Stevens and the Attacca String Quartet, in addition to music and performances by former Musicambia students. Reserve your place today!
Musicambia Executive Director presents at Vassar College during Modfest.
Musicambia has inmates at Sing Sing prison using music as rehabilitation. It’s April in New York, and the day feels full of promise and hope, the way the early spring does after many cold, hard months of winter. I’m in a room packed tightly with 21 amateur musicians preparing for a performance the following month. The men tune and talk, plug guitars into amplifiers, and fiddle with endpins and rosin.
In a weekend before tuxedo-and-gown-wearing audiences would arrive at New York’s concert halls for traditional season-opening galas, a very different kind of classical music party took place in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
“This is probably the best event I’ve been to in New York City in the past year! My entire body hurts today, but in a good way. Thanks to Groupmuse, Musicambia, Stravinsky, and let’s not forget important names that were forgotten, Vaslav Nijinsky, the innovate choreographer, and Sergei Diaghilev, the director of Ballet Russes, who made 50% of the riot-inspiring production possible.” – Ann C., Brooklyn, NY