NEW TRIAD FOR COLLABORATIVE ARTS INC

Rating: 4.92 stars   12 reviews

Issues: Arts & Culture

Location: PO Box 237136 New York NY 10023 USA

Mission: Founded by Dr. Arlene Shrut in 2003, New Triad for Collaborative Arts is a 501(c)(3) educational and arts services organization that provides professional, inter-disciplinary presentation skills to performers, creating classical music performances that are more engaging and accessible to audiences. New Triad is the only organization of its kind that goes beyond musical instruction to train artists in how to personally communicate and visually engage with their audiences. As a premiere educational and arts services organization, New Triad for Collaborative Arts’ unique programs – combining the disciplines of drama, movement, musical Interpretation, and the art of speaking – affords young artists the opportunity to dramatically increase their expressiveness and transform the visual impact of their performances. The interactive and intensive process facilitated by professionals at the top of their fields enables performing artists to make a profound impact in today's musical market. New Triad not only improves the caliber of performance art as it stands today, but also serves to create cultural excellence for future generations. New Triad serves singers across the United States through their association with high schools, colleges and universities, national organizations and music festivals. New Triad's interdisciplinary faculty is carefully selected so that all members reflect New Triad's educational approach: combining technical, expressive and philosophical excellence in providing young artists with the essential presentation skills to perform effectively both aurally and visually. Through this aligned approach, New Triad faculty goes beyond the training offered at most music schools and festivals to empower performers to move and engage contemporary audiences.
Results: The value of New Triad for Collaborative Arts programs has been recognized by leading universities and conservatories that have sponsored festivals and residencies, including (but not limited to): • Manhattan School of Music • Yale University • Mannes College • Sarah Lawrence College • The Juilliard School • LaGuardia High School • Vancouver International Song institute • Chamber Music America National Convention and NYC Workshop • Songfest at Malibu • National Association of Teachers of Singing State Conventions
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Rating: 5 stars  

I have followed New Triad for Collaborative Arts Inc. from its inception. The organization is committed to exploring new and creative avenues for performers - both instrumentalists and vocalists -- to reach, move, and delight their audiences. Dr. Arlene Shrut has been a moving force in this endeavor and continues to inspire her colleagues in the field to bring the message of communication and accessibility to performers hungry to learn. I've witnessed the success of 'theme' recitals and support the work New Triad is doing with younger performers to enhance their presentations before live audiences. The joy of collaboration is inherent in every New Triad program.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Arlene Shrut and New Triad for Collaborative Arts Inc. was a tremendous help to our students at Operafest on Martha's Vineyard. Arlene has a wonderful way of imparting her fine professional coaching to young people in a positive and inspirational fashion. She prepared our students for a fantastic Art Song concert. The students went on to use these Art Songs in their college auditions and were accepted to many top music schools such as Boston Conservatory, Syracuse, Michigan, Moore's School of Music and many others. Ms Shrut was loved and respected by all the students and faculty for her professionalism and her wonderful gifts for sharing her knowledge. Bravo to Arlene Shrut and New Triad For Collaborative Arts Inc with our sincerest gratitude.

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Life-changing

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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2011

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