The Artist Series at TBMS is a concert series featuring TBMS faculty members. As talented and active performing musicians, together they present an eclectic season of musical programs that include from-the-stage infusions of historical, cultural, and emotional context around the works and composers, as well as insight into their personal approach to performance. Concerts take place in the TBMS Performance Hall on Friday nights at 7pm through the school year and are followed by meet-the-artist receptions.

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As part of our mission to reach all people with music, regardless of their age, ability, or economic status, all Artist Series concerts are free and open to the public. Through generous contributions from our community and institutional partners, TBMS can continue to provide these professional performances totally free of cost.

2018-2019 Artist Series at TBMS Concerts

The Artist Series at TBMS

October 5: Pablo Mayor’s Folklore Urbano Trio

October 19: Rogelio B. Peñaverde Jr., voice

November 9: Diane Taublieb, flute

November 30: Donté Reid aka Donté Marquis, voice

December 7: Sebastien Ammann’s COLOR WHEEL

January 11: Jiayi He, harmonica

February 8: Aminda Asher, cello, Hannah Min, violin, and Sophie X. Zhang, piano

March 1: Nathan Bellott, saxophone, and Chris Irvine, cello

March 29: Matthew Graybil, piano

April 5: Allison McNeal, violin, and Haerim Elizabeth Lee, violin

May 3: Sean Satin, guitar

May 31: Duo DiMeo feat. Victor Dizon, piano

June 14: Grupo Ribeiro

June 28: Marianela Torres, piano



TBMS is grateful to Faust Harrison Pianos and the many generous donors that support the Artist Series at TBMS. The Artist Series at TBMS is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Donate now or contact Director of Development Diane Couzens at or 212-753-8811 ext. 223 to support this program.