Curriculum Video

Hallelujah! The Importance of Music Education

July 26, 2016 5:17

A short film by Aliza Eliazarov following Peter Mancini who is committed to providing serious musical training to his elementary students, he established an advanced ensemble group that met during lunch. “I witnessed the pride and dedication of these young musicians playing Handel’s Messiah as they prepared for the Spring Concert. The work that Mr. Mancini is doing at PS 164 beautifully illustrates the importance of arts education in our schools.”

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