On October 22nd, Mr. Schroeder traveled to New York City to speak at the Art Schools Network 2013 National Conference. He joined the nation's top Arts educators and school leaders to promote excellence in Arts education and share best practices for establishing and sustaining Arts programs throughout our nation.
The Dudamel Brass, led by Chris Schroeder, took to the streets on October 5th to perform with a number of pianos around
the city as part of the "Play Me, I'm Yours" Street Pianos Boston Festival, sponsored by the Celebrity Series of Boston.
The group began the tour at Government Center and traveled to the Prudential Plaza on Boylston street with stops by the State House and Boston Common Visitor Center. Check out these great photos and video courtesy of Monika Bach Schroeder.
On July 10th and 14th, Chris Schroeder and the Dudamel Brass performed in a collaborative concert with the Landmarks Brass in Charlestown and Jamaica Pond. The evening concerts were full of exciting brass music featuring music both from the classical brass repertoire and jazz favorites. Check out the photos from the event!
On June 24th, Chris Schroeder was recognized as a Top 10 Finalist for Johnsonville's National search to help identify and celebrate the unsung heroes and activities that make America great. Read more about his work throughout the Boston area.
Videos and photos from our Third Annual Winds Recital are here! At The Boston Conservatory, on May 19th, students of Chris Schroeder from the Conservatory Lab Charter School, North End Music and Performing Arts Center and Keys for Kids, Lexington gave a collaborative concert featuring arrangements of works from Dvorak, Mahler, Bach and the Beatles.
On April 21, Chris Schroeder, along with three other Resident Artists from the Conservatory Lab Charter School embarked on a trip to Venezuela to immerse themselves in the various El Sistema music programs throughout the country. The experience included visits to El Sistema nucleos, open rehearsals and concerts with Gustavo Dudamel and the Simon Bolivar orchestras and opportunities to teach trumpet lessons in a nucleo in Barquisimeto.