Celebrating and Supporting BMCC’s New Music Major
Especially needed are Steinway/Boston Upright pianos (6) for the practice rooms
and a Musical Instrument Maintenance Fund
|Naming Opportunity||Gift Requested|
|Double Height Instrumental Ensemble Room
Spacious, 22 foot high, instrumental rehearsal and teaching space, facing the original World Trade Center site and the 9-11 Museum. Used widely by the College and the NYC community including the BMCC Downtown Symphony Orchestra.
|Double Height Choral Ensemble Room
Similar to the instrumental ensemble room, but slightly smaller, this room is used for vocal and choral rehearsals and intimate performances by students, faculty and the community including the Downtown Choral Ensemble.
|General Music Classroom
Large classroom where many introductory and music history classes are taught.
|Art & Rita Siegel Piano Lab (recently named)
Lab including 20 electronic pianos where many students are first introduced to piano study
|Practice Room with new Steinway/Boston Upright Piano
Critically needed for our new music majors, is the ability to have a private space to practice with an acoustic piano. Six such named rooms are available for naming.
|Practice Rooms without a piano – for other instrumentalists||$10,000|
|Naming a Steinway/Boston Upright Piano alone||$7,000|
|Key Naming Sponsorships on the Upright Steinway/Boston Piano on display
|All White Keys:||$1,000|
|Sharps and Flats:||$500|