A school and its faculty are one thing. Entrusted in those men and women are the mission and core values of the school and their daily work represents the tangible educational and artistic achievements of the school.

Bloomingdale School of Music is deeply proud of our experienced, qualified, caring faculty.

In order to assemble a talented and dedicated faculty, Bloomingdale maintains high selection standards when hiring teaching artists. Not only are Bloomingdale instructors committed to teaching, they are also active musicians and performers. Bloomingdale's faculty performs over 30 solo and chamber music concerts a year at the school and there are several concerts every year where Bloomingdale's faculty perform collaboratively with our students. In 2010-11 Naho Parrini performed the Samuel Barber Violin Concerto with the Bloomingdale Chamber Orchestra. Several faculty performed student compositions for the Student New Music Project, and Jesse Stacken was commissioned to write two jazz arrangements for a Music Access Project piano quintet, among many collaborative projects.