InstrumentAL and Vocal Programs
The Instrumental and Vocal Department provides beginning to advanced instrument and voice study through comprehensive programs, weekly classes and ensembles, and the High School Certificate Program. The traditions and artistic approach to teaching cultivated by the School’s founders, Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile, shape the School’s programs.
Diller-Quaile faculty guide students in a vibrant and nurturing environment through an approach united by the pedagogical principles of using repertoire of enduring quality, teaching technique musically, and leading students to an understanding of the structure of music. This integrated approach to music education enables the School’s dedicated and skilled faculty to develop the emerging artistry in each student.
Applying for Instrument or Voice Study:
1. Submit an Application
2. Schedule a placement interview. At the placement interview, experienced students will play or sing one of their current pieces. A child new to study will have an opportunity to try an instrument, while together we assess readiness for study. At Diller-Quaile the emphasis is on tailoring programs for each student’s educational needs, from beginning to advanced players.
Questions? Please contact the Instrumental and Vocal Department at 212-369-1484, extension 26, or firstname.lastname@example.org.