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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Free Press Live: Julie Kim, Episode 9

“Learning an instrument instills so many things that people need everywhere: Discipline, attention to detail, working with other people,” said Julie Kim, a second-semester...

Students Greet The Stone With Enthusiasm, and Skepticism

The Stone, an influential experimental music space, is making its new home at The New School, starting in March 2018. For some students, the...

Performing Arts Students No Longer Play To Empty Audiences

Mannes orchestral students are pleasantly surprised to not be playing to empty concert halls, but the meager audiences they now pull leave them wishing...

Noise Complaints Awaken an Identity Crisis for Undergraduate Drama Students

Recent noise complaints about drama students practicing scenes have left some in the department wondering if Arnold Hall is really their home despite having...

Mannes Musicians Mix It Up Downtown

When Dan Dunford was studying trombone at The Mannes College of Music, The New School’s classical music school, he never interacted with any of...

Students Seek Representation in Performance School Merger

The new Performance Divison, which combines Mannes College, The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, and The New School for Drama, will open...