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Brookline Music School Appoints New Director of Education and Admissions

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Jul 17, 2014
Brookline, MA

Brookline Music School (BMS) announced last week the appointment of Gregory Tolwinski as the new director of education and admissions. Mr. Tolwinski joins the BMS staff with an extensive background as music educator, administrator and performer. He has a strong commitment to the students and families at Brookline Music School, and has served as a piano faculty member for the three years. 

Prior to joining BMS, Mr. Tolwinski worked in administration at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, a community music school of similar mission and scope to BMS.  In addition to his experience teaching, Mr. Tolwinski has demonstrated enthusiasm for educational programming.  His students have participated in competitions, master classes, and chamber music, as well as achievement evaluations.  He has also been involved in developing school-wide programs including musical salons for adults and teens in addition to workshops.
Mr. Tolwinski has a Master of Music from The Boston Conservatory and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Oberlin College/Conservatory of Music and has six years experience as a piano instructor to all ages and levels.
About Brookline Music School
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks to awaken and nurture musical interest, appreciation and artistic excellence in a welcoming and stimulating atmosphere to individuals of all ages and backgrounds.  The school's curriculum includes a full range of classes and private instruction in most instruments and voice, early childhood music and movement classes, classical and jazz ensembles, a music technology program, Suzuki instruction, theory classes, and an honors program.  BMS also offers a wide range of community events including outreach performances and teaching, lecture/recitals, workshops, children’s concerts and a faculty concert series. A faculty of over 60 serves over 1,000 students in our home location, Kennard House, and in the Brookline Public Schools.

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