Interview: Pamela Martinez (Composer & Lyricist for "To Dream a World"

Interview: Pamela Martinez (Composer & Lyricist for "To Dream a World"

I definitely think that having a team of Brooklyn creators and women creators working on original content for children is pretty awesome. I feel like that can only happen in Brooklyn because there are so many creators here.

Interview: Lina Tetriani (Artistic Director for "To Dream a World")

Interview: Lina Tetriani (Artistic Director for "To Dream a World")

Working with students is by far the most inspiring part of what we do as educators. It has been great to observe their passion for theater, music, and dance, and has been a true joy to see their curiosity grow through the process of putting on the production.


Interview: Marie Zvosec (Stage Director & Choreographer for "To Dream a World"

Interview: Marie Zvosec (Stage Director & Choreographer for "To Dream a World"

On Saturday, June 23, the Brooklyn Music School’s Music Theatre Program will present the performance of “To Dream a World”. I spoke with Marie Zvosec is the Summer Vocal Arts Junior Stage Director and a choreographer for Brooklyn Music School about what makes this show unique and why you don't want to miss it! 

Interview: Danielle Carroll (Playwright for "To Dream a World")

Interview: Danielle Carroll (Playwright for "To Dream a World")

On Saturday, June 23, the Brooklyn Music School’s Musical Theatre Program will present the performance of “To Dream a World”. Danielle Carroll is one of the composers and lyricists for “To Dream a World”, and we spoke with her about what makes this show unique, the process behind it, and why you should attend the show!

April 28 - Brooklyn Opera Works' Salon Series: Heroines and Heros

April 28 - Brooklyn Opera Works' Salon Series: Heroines and Heros

The Brooklyn Music School (BMS) is proud to present to Brooklyn Opera Works' Salon Series!

The history of salons span throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, bringing composers, musicians and lovers of music into an intimate setting. We are building an inclusive community based on this tradition where music professionals, amateurs and audience members are welcome. Each salon will have a theme such as mythology, war, heroism, a live performance, and a shared listening of recordings of the greats. There will also be wine for all to enjoy, with a fun discussion in the later half. Come join us and stay tuned for other exciting events that Brooklyn Opera Works has coming up.