EMPOWERING CHILDREN ONE NOTE AT A TIME
The Noel Pointer Foundation Responds to the Coronavirus
We are excited to announce that NPF will resume in-person classes starting September 19, 2020, while virtual classes and lessons will still be available.
This is what we are doing to ensure a safe re-opening of our space:
Deep professional cleaning of our offices and classrooms
Equipping every classroom with hand sanitizer, disinfecting aerosols and wipes
Marking common areas with clear signage to remind everyone of COVID prevention protocols
As part of our new rules and protocols, we will be:
Taking temperature of everyone entering our space, including administrative staff, teaching artists, students and parents
Setting a Welcome Table where students will be checking in and short COVID related questions will be asked
Limiting access to our space for everyone, but students and teaching artists. A small seating area will be available on our outside hallway
Reducing space use to 50% capacity
Limiting group class size to up to 6 students
Placing students' seats 6 feet apart
Sanitizing classrooms, chairs and instruments after every class
Keeping windows open and AC on to increase airflow
The safety of our students and staff is a priority for us. We are doing everything in our power to continue serving our community in a safe and effective manner.
Please check for NPF emails, our social media platforms, and our website for COVID-19 related updates.
For questions or concerns, please contact:
Krystle Henninger, Office Manager: email@example.com
Monica Molina, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Desiree Layne, Finance Officer: email@example.com
Main Office: 718-230-4825
It's Our 25th Anniversary!
A lot has changed in 25 years. The Noel Pointer Foundation began in 1995 with a mission to put stringed instruments in as many young hands as possible, regardless of their skin color or zip code. From teaching just 4 cellists and 14 violinists out of Brooklyn’s Marcus Garvey Elementary School, we’ve grown to serve 2,500 young people annually. As we celebrate our 25th Anniversary of providing string music education programs, we are excited to launch a challenge.
~ $25 for 25 Years ~
Please join the celebration by donating as little as $25 – A dollar for each year that NPF has been changing lives. With your support, we will honor our past while laying the foundation for the next 25 years to come! Enjoy NPF’s 25 Years in Music!
We're making the news! Check out some of the articles on the Degraw St. Firehouse project!
The Musik Program is a weekly arts enrichment program that transforms young lives through instruction in music theory, instrument technique, private, and ensemble classes. Students at every experience level learn how to play their choice of violin, viola, cello, or double bass.
Music Theory/Sightreading (30 minutes)
Ensemble Practice (60 minutes - 2 hours based on level)
Private Lesson (30 minutes)
Please note when booking that you will have the option to book IN-PERSON or VIRTUAL. In-Person Group Classes will only be offered on Saturdays with the exception of Music Therapy, offered on Wednesday evenings. In-Person Private Lessons for the Musik Program will be offered on Saturdays if space allows. In-Person lessons also available on Monday and Wednesday from 3-6pm. Space Limited to ensure proper social distancing and cleaning.
PRIVATE LESSONS & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Giving Tuesday & 25th Anniversary Commemorative Concert: December 1st, 6-7pm (Virtual)
Holiday Concert: December 18th (Virtual)
For all events, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP
1368 Fulton St.
Brooklyn, NY 11216