Adults

Intermediate Vocal Ensemble

For singers who have some experience singing in groups and solo, this class is designed to develop your personal approach and interpretation to a song.

Beginner Vocal Ensemble

Are you a singer looking to find your voice? If you’ve never had formal training or would like to start singing again, this course will help you build confidence and discover vocal technique in a fun, supportive and nurturing setting.

Big Bad Brass Band

Dust off your old trombone, saxophone, clarinet, or snare drum! All brass and wind instruments and percussion are welcome, at any level and any age, for BKCM’s community brass band.

Community Klezmer Band

Calling all string, wind, brass, percussion and accordion players! Join our celebrated Kommunity Klezmer Band for a journey to an Ashkenazi Jewish wedding, in the Klezmer capital of the world, New York City.

Jazz Instrumental Lab

In this weekly small-group ensemble, jazz musicians of all skill levels have the opportunity to collaborate, improvise, rehearse, and develop the confidence for public performance.

On-Site Music Therapy

In Music Therapy, the developmental, emotional, psychological and social needs of children and adults are addressed through active music-making in a relationship with a music therapist.

Brooklyn Conservatory Chorale

This dynamic 40+ member mixed choir performs a rich variety of musical styles, both a cappella and with accompaniment from the Renaissance to today.

Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra

Experience the joys of performing in a full orchestra! Open by audition to adult orchestral musicians from intermediate to advanced levels, the BCCO performs works of the great orchestral repertoire.

Chamber Music

From woodwind and brass ensembles to string quartets and mixed instrument ensembles, our chamber groups are specifically tailored to the interest and skill level of the members. In our chamber program there is something for everyone!

Adaptive Music Lessons

Children and adults who show an interest in learning to play an instrument, but who need extra support, can benefit from studying with a music educator with a degree in music therapy.