NYC Sibelius training sessions this Friday


It’s summer in New York City, which means visits to the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Central Park, Yankees (and Mets) games, and of course, our Sibelius training sessions.

You won’t read about it in the tourist guides, but our workshop is just as fun as all of the standard stops, and more educational to boot! Best of all, during the lunch break you can step out and enjoy a true New York City landmark: Lincoln Center and its beautifully re-designed fountain and reflecting pool plaza.

Lincoln Center
The Juilliard School overlooking the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Lawn, Paul Milstein Pool and Terrace, and Henry Moore’s sculpture ‘Reclining Figure’ with Avery Fisher Hall in the background.
Photo credit: Iñaki Vinaixa from the Lincoln Center web site

We’re busy getting ready for the day, which is coming up this Friday, August 16, 2013 at The Juilliard School. There are two three-hour sessions: a beginning course at 10:00 am, and an intermediate course at 2:30 pm. There is a discount for attending both sessions.

Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own laptops, and everyone will receive complimentary take-home materials, including project examples and a quick-reference handbook.


Spaces are still available, so read more info and register online. We hope to be part of your “summer in the city!”

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