We are so grateful to our friend Deborah Magocsi for directing and producing the following videos of The Musicambia at Sing Sing Program Student Concert in November 2018. Deborah assembled a world-class team consisting of Cinematographer Nelson Hume and Sound Engineer Brian Fish who provided their services free of charge. We are thrilled to share […]
Thank you Stephanie Thompson for interviewing Nathan Schram and Jessie Kilguss on your podcast Talking To Strangers the other day. Listen to the conversation here! Thank you also to Stephanie for writing this engaging piece in the Brooklyn Paper about hosting a friendraiser for Musicambia back in January. Read the article here.
Please join us on May 16th at 7pm at The Cutting Room for our annual gala! This year, we’re thrilled to feature performances by 4 alumni from the Musicambia at Sing Sing Program. Musicambia faculty will also play a selection of music written by current students in the Sing Sing Program. Tickets are available through […]
Musicambia is thrilled to collaborate with PEN America for Break Out: Voices From the Inside, an official event of the Brooklyn Book Festival at ISSUE Project Room on September 13th. This will be a powerful night of award-winning work from PEN America’s 2018 Prison Writing Contest! Writers and artists in prison and the outside stage […]
We’re thrilled to have been the subject of a recent episode of NY1’s Spotlight with Stephanie Simon. Below is a piece written by Stephanie Simon for the NY1 Website. Bringing the power of music to inmates at Sing Sing By Stephanie Simon | August 4, 2018 @7:30 PM It’s a strange feeling to enter a […]
Musicambia is excited to present a benefit concert, featuring an intimate performance by two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby and friends on Saturday, April 21st at the Cutting Room in NYC. The acclaimed folk rock pioneer Crosby will be joined by special guests Mike League (Snarky Puppy), Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis […]
We’re thrilled to welcome Development Assistant, Stephanie LoTempio, to the Musicambia team. Find out more about her below! Tell us a little bit about your background, in terms of both your artistic and non-profit experience. I am a current Masters Candidate in Flute Performance at New York University, studying under contemporary flutist and composer Robert […]
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.