Please save the date and join us on Tuesday, May 8th for Musicambia’s Annual Gala at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music. The evening will feature performances by alumni of the Musicambia at Sing Sing Program as well as members of our faculty. Doors will open at 7:30pm and musical performances will run throughout the […]
Musicambia is thrilled to announce we’ve received a grant from the The D’Addario Foundation to support the FY18 Musicambia at Sing Sing Program! We are so grateful to the D’Addario Foundation for their continued support and belief in our programs.
Musicambia’s Executive Director, Nathan Schram, is featured in this recent article in Playbill about Ensemble Connect, a fellowship program run by Carnegie Hall, the Weill Music Institue, the Juilliard School and the NYC Department of Education. Nathan’s participation in Ensemble Connect led him to create Musicambia. Continue reading over at Playbill.
Musicambia is thrilled to announce we’ve been awarded a $27,000 grant from New York State’s Regional Economic Development Council (RED C) to expand Development Director, Jessie Kilguss’ position in 2018. This grant will allow Jessie to devote more time to fundraising and strategically building Musicambia. This award is invaluable in terms of helping Musicambia sustainably […]
Musicambia is thrilled to announce we’ve been awarded a 3-year grant from the New York State Council on the Arts, to help support the Musicambia at Sing Sing Program. We will receive $13,000 a year, for the next three years, from NYSCA with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York Legislature, […]
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. Visit 21cm.org for more!
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.
From the “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 […]
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 […]
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…[continue reading]