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Laura Gravino

Bloomingdale School of Music
Director of Education

LAURA GRAVINO has spent more than ten years working in the New York City metropolitan area with the goals of providing music and arts education to students from all backgrounds, of all levels in a meaningful and exciting way. Currently working at Bloomingdale School of Music as Director of Education, Laura is tasked with building new and bolstering existing school partnerships, overseeing faculty and serving as part of the leadership team which sets the tone for the dynamic and historical Upper West Side school. Previously, as Programs Manager at Third Street Music School, Laura led and cultivated partner relationships with other arts organizations, community schools, independent teachers, and presenting venues; produced dozens of performances and worked with department chairs to strengthen the community both by instrument and age groups. Prior to that, she worked for three years at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute as the Elementary Programs Coordinator spending her time writing and editing curriculum, concert programs and leading professional development classes. She spent three and a half years teaching at Trinity Lutheran School on Long Island, serving as Director of Music and Instrumental Music Teacher, where she built the band program up from about thirty participants to over one hundred, created a jazz band track for students to take as an after school class and began a string program which had never existed prior. Laura has a BM from Five Towns College, concentration in Music Education, and a Masters in Music Education from Boston University. 

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