Francesca McAuliffe, Assistant Principal
Liliya Shamazov, Music Coordinator
Music Office: Room 132
Telephone: 212-312-4800 ext. 1321
OUR UPCOMING SPRING 2020 PERFORMANCES:
Special Performance: Members of our Oratorio Choir are performing with DCINY at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall on Monday, March 23, 2020, 7:00 PM. We will perform "Calling All Dawns" by Christopher Tin, who will be our conductor. Tickets are on sale through Stuyvesant Music Department ($20-$100). Ticket order form is below. Please return the form with payment to Ms. Shamazov in Room 132A or to a chorus student.
Musical Showcase featuring our Concert Bands, Beginner Band, Intermediate and Advanced Orchestras - Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Spring Choral Concert featuring our Male Chorus, Women's Chorus, and Oratorio Chorus accompanied by members of our Orchestra and Band - Friday, May 1, 2020
Spring Instrumental Concert featuring our Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, and Symphony Orchestra - Friday, May 8, 2020
All performances are at 6:00 PM in the Murray Kahn Theater
THE 2019 WINTER CONCERTS ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
Choral Winter Concert - Friday, December 13, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the Murray Kahn Theater
Instrumental Winter Concert - Wednesday, December 18, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the Murray Kahn Theater
1. One semester each of Music Appreciation and Art Appreciation are required for graduation. Most students take these courses in the 9th grade, one in the fall, and the other in the spring. Students in the instrumental & choral music sequence (bands, orchestras, choir) for two semesters are exempt from Music Appreciation. Our performing groups are all exceptional, functioning at the highest levels using standard literature.
2. There are 5 bands (Two Concert Bands, Symphonic Band, Beginning Band, & Jazz Band), and 3 string orchestras (Advanced Strings, Intermediate Strings & Symphony Orchestra). There are 4 choruses (Oratorio Choir, Madrigal Choir, Women's Chorus, & Men's Chorus). Auditions for all ensembles are held in June (Camp Stuy Part I). Students who are selected for the performing ensembles are exempt from the Music Appreciation requirement (NOT from Art Appreciation) and from certain “hands-on” senior technology requirements.
3. Our full-year Beginning Woodwinds/Brass course (which can also be used to replace Music Appreciation) has proven to be very popular. Because we are unable to accommodate all requests for this course, students are selected at random. Information is included in the application packet.
4. Advanced Placement Music Theory, is offered at Stuyvesant as an elective.