Two exciting programs for students — and our community — debuted in July: Brooks Summer Session and Brooks Connects.
Music is around us every day. It is so ubiquitous that we often do not realize how it envelops us, fills us and connects us to thoughts and feelings we would not otherwise experience. At Brooks, the diverse selection of music courses, ensembles and activities offers students the chance to make music a richer and deeper part of their lives.
The School encourages students to nurture their musical interests and abilities through group and solo performance, private study, and classes in music history and music theory. Through these activities, students can begin to understand music in its greater historical and social contexts and discover connections between music and other academic disciplines.
One student's powerful portrait project to benefit Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ+ organizations.
The theme of Brooks' annual Wilder Speaking Contest this year encouraged students to share a humorous look at life — and did they ever!
Jim Sperber '87 inspires students as an artist in residence and teaches them the techniques shown in his new "Directions" exhibit in the Robert Lehman Art Gallery.