COMMUNITY & EDUCATION
- OSL and Dance Theatre of Harlem present Stravinsky’s Pulcinella at Tribeca Performing Arts Center, conducted by Damon Gupton.
- Students from across New York City participate in a day-long Seminario, an intensive musical gathering at The DiMenna Center.
- Student violinists work with their OSL teaching artist, Julia Evans. Credit Eric Weiss.
- New York City students watch as puppeteers from The Puppet Kitchen and OSL musicians bring Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale to life.
- Student violinists from P.S. 111 perform for their peers at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music. Credit John Calabrese.
- P.S. 111 string players after their performance at The DiMenna Center. Credit John Calabrese.
- OSL percussionist Barry Centanni captivates this young audience with the tambourine’s versatility. Credit John Calabrese.
Orchestra of St. Luke’s Community & Education programs were developed with the belief that participation in music creates a sense of community, strengthens collaborative and leadership skills, instills self-confidence, sparks curiosity and a love of learning, and brings joy to people’s lives.
OSL is committed to making high-quality instrumental music programs and interaction with world-class OSL musicians easily accessible to children and adults in New York City, regardless of financial resources or musical ability.