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Further Music School Opens Flushing Location

Further Music School Opens Flushing Location

Further Music School opened its Flushing location in September. This brand-new facility is replete with modernized classrooms: 9 large practice rooms and a recital room, each with a brand-new piano. This location will give students the opportunity to attend free monthly recitals to meet with peers from the other two locations in Forest Hills and the Upper East Side.

Students at the Flushing location can sign up for master classes le by experienced musicians. In these small, hour-long sessions, kids will prepare for competition, college auditions, or professional careers. Rather than mastery of a new style, the focus in these classes is polish and tecnique. Flushing students can also perform in monthly recitals, where the other two locations only offer recital opportunities three times a year.

Further Music School's robust curriculum covers piano, clarinet, violin, guitar, flute, voice, and music theory as well as prepartory courses for The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and New York State School Music Association standardized exams. The school boasts a top-notch faculty made up of professional musicians with degrees from renowned music schools like The Juilliard School and Berklee College of Music. All of this plus its tuition rates render Further Music School one of the most well known music schools in Queens.

Approximately 100 students are currently enrolled at Further Music School in Flushing, with about 1,000 students expected to enroll this upcoming year, according to President and Founder Carrie Shi.

"I am very excited to have Further Music get involved in the Flushing community and to meet all of the talented students in the neighborhood," says Shi.

Image Courtesy Further Music School

Further Music School
140-75 Ash Ave., Suite 2B, Flushing

Nina Rodríguez-Marty

Author: Nina Rodríguez-Marty is a freelance writer for NYMetroParents. A graduate of the Florida State University and the NYU School of Professional Studies, she currently works in higher education publishing. Nina lives in Brooklyn with her cat-nephew, Theo. See More

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