New York College of Music

Carl Hein and August Fraemke and NY College of Music Building

American conservatory of music located in Manhattan that flourished from 1878 to 1968.

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Carl Hein and August Fraemke and NY College of Music Building

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Sergei Rachmaninoff at the piano

Vladimir Padwa

American pianist, composer, and educator.

American pianist, composer, and educator.

Sergei Rachmaninoff at the piano

He became professor of music at the New York College of Music in 1948, and was named chairman of the piano department in 1967; In 1968, the College of Music merged with New York University, where he became Associate Professor of Music Education.

Siegfried Landau

German-born American conductor and composer.

German-born American conductor and composer.

In 1943, he became a faculty member of the New York College of Music (after 1968 absorbed into New York University's [[Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development#Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions|Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development]]).

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Lucy Kelston

American operatic soprano, primarily active in Italy during the 1950s.

American operatic soprano, primarily active in Italy during the 1950s.

Soprano vocal range (C4–C6) notated on the treble staff and on piano keyboard in green with dot marking middle C

Born in New York City, she studied at New York College of Music with Giuseppe de Luca and Samuel Margolis, and made her stage debut in 1947, as Madama Butterfly.

Soprano vocal range (C4–C6) notated on the treble staff and on piano keyboard in green with dot marking middle C

Ludmilla Azova

Soprano vocal range (C4–C6) notated on the treble staff and on piano keyboard in green with dot marking middle C

Ludmilla Azova is a soprano opera singer who studied at the New York College of Music and has appeared as a soloist with the New York Philharmonic and the National Orchestra Association, and performed the role of Fiordiligi in Mozart's Così fan tutte with the Bermuda Festival Theatre.

Harley Hamilton

American conductor, violinist and composer.

American conductor, violinist and composer.

He worked as a printer and it is believed that his stepfather sent him to study at the New York College of Music, where he graduated.

Oswald Hoepfner c. 1900

Oswald Hoepfner

American sculptor noted for his work as an architectural sculptor.

American sculptor noted for his work as an architectural sculptor.

Oswald Hoepfner c. 1900

Once in America, he performed on many stages, organized an orchestra and choir in the Perth Amboy area and continued his music studies at the New York College of Music.

Jerry González

American bandleader, trumpeter and percussionist of Puerto Rican descent.

American bandleader, trumpeter and percussionist of Puerto Rican descent.

Jerry González Sr. singing in the 1940s.
The original members of The Fort Apache Band.
Jerry González in 2011.
Commemorative plaque to Jerry González in Madrid.

After deciding this was his calling, González completed his formal studies at New York College of Music and New York University.

A cathedral organist in Lausanne Cathedral

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A cathedral organist in Lausanne Cathedral

Born in Saginaw, Michigan, he studied at the New York College of Music with Mat Schmidt and privately in Montreal with Alexis Contant and Percival J. Illsley.

Karl Kohn

American composer, teacher and pianist.

American composer, teacher and pianist.

Kohn began playing the piano as a child in Vienna; after he emigrated to the United States at the age of 13, he continued his education at the New York College of Music (1940–1944) and at Harvard (B.A., M.A.) where he studied composition with Walter Piston, Irving Fine, and Randall Thompson.

Bob Griffiths (writer)

Author, playwright, and professional speaker.

Author, playwright, and professional speaker.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Griffiths majored in Organ at New York College of Music before switching to New York University, where he received a B.S. in Finance.