Bloomingdale School Of Music Students Perform For 10 Hours To Raise Funds For Scholarship And Financial Aid
On Saturday, May 18,2019, Bloomingdale School of Music students will participate in the 19th Annual Performathon where they will perform 10 hours of music in 2 community locations to raise funds for the student Scholarship and Financial Aid Fund, enabling their less fortunate classmates to access to high quality music instruction. Sign up or sponsor a student and support BSM scholarships!
NEW THIS YEAR - also on May 18th from 1pm - 4 pm. MUSICAL CARNIVAL at our home site located at 323 West 108th Street. $1 Tickets will be on sale at the door. Cotton candy, popcorn, photo booth with musical props, face painting, games and more!
For Performathon we'll be sharing the music at 2 locations in the community:
****9:30 am - 2 pm TD Bank @ 109th and Broadway
****2 pm - 7 pm Bloomingdale School of Music, David Greer Concert Hall,
323 West 108th Street, between Broadway and Riverside Drive
For information on signing up to perform or how you can sponsor a student please visit: https://www.bsmny.org/performathon19/index.php
The Bloomingdale School of Music was established in 1964 with the simple premise that all members of a community deserve access to high quality music instruction. The ideal of giving to others has infused the school's culture and is evident in the annual Performathon which features 10 hours of nonstop performances by over 200 of the school's students who have solicited sponsors with the goal of raising much needed funds for scholarships. More than 20% of Bloomingdale School of Music students receive scholarships each year. Over the past decade Bloomingdale has awarded over $1.5 million in student scholarships. Last year, students and sponsors raised over $20,000 for the Scholarship Fund.
Through Performathon the Bloomingdale school ensures that everyone in our community has access to high quality music programs and teaches these young musicians that artists can be agents for change and cultural equity. You can support and encourage BSM students to share their talents in order to ensure accessibility to instruction by sponsoring a student performer and attending the May 18th Performathon. All proceeds go to support BSM's extensive scholarship and financial aid programs.
REGISTRATION for the Summer Semester is open. For a summary of offerings visit: https://www.bsmny.org/programs/summerclasses.php.
Check out our new weeklong workshops in guitar and rock/jazz plus we'll be presenting Carnival of the Instruments and Pictures at a Music School.
ABOUT BLOOMINGDALE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Now in its 54th year, BSM has served more than 80,000 children and adults through group classes, private instruction, and performance opportunities in classical, jazz, and rock music. Each week, over 650 students of all ages participate in a wide range of music making, including early childhood classes, a comprehensive pre-college program, free community concerts, and internet-based music programs. With accessibility central to its mission, more than 20% of Bloomingdale's student body receives financial aid and scholarship assistance annually. For more information on Bloomingdale School of Music's programs and concerts, visit bsmny.org, call the office at 212-663-6021, or email@example.com.