Welcome to New World Music Academy
New World Music Academy has proven its commitment to quality music education in the San Francisco Bay Area since opening our doors in September 2005. We invite you to experience the excellence and professionalism of our facility and teaching staff. Students of all ages and levels benefit not only from private, semi-private and group lessons but also gain self-confidence by participating in recitals, chamber music programs, student projects, community outreach programs and special academy-sponsored events.
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Watch this short interview with NWMA violin and chamber music director Rebecca Wishnia done for SFgovTV and their Women At Work series. We're very proud to have Rebecca on the NWMA team!
Our Holiday Recital was fantastic yesterday with so many people to congratulate! Parents, teachers and students all work together to create artistic experiences, as witnessed in these two students performing the first movement of Beethoven’s [...]
Here is an excerpt from a concert that took place at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada on October 20th, 2017. Mark Anderson performs Dvorak's Piano Quintet in A Major Op.81 with the [...]
The Röntgen Piano Trio (Mark Anderson - piano, Antoine van Dongen - violin, and Eric Gaenslen, cello) perform works by Beethoven, Julius Röntgen and Brahms this coming Saturday, December 9th at 8pm at Trinity Chamber [...]
NWMA owner and executive director Mark Anderson is shown here in a short video produced by Nimbus Records (UK) recording part of a suite of pieces by German/Dutch composer Julius Röntgen. https://youtu.be/Bn8gxZSZfU4 Mark Anderson's recordings of [...]
Success of young students, no matter the discipline, is built on a solid foundation. Information is distributed to the student in a classroom/private lesson format and then reinforced with continued study outside of that class [...]
The constant tapping and counting of a teacher in a music lesson seems to be a constant and never-ending tedium. How many music teachers have I heard say, “I sound like a broken record: 1 [...]