Listen in as Elizabeth Frascoia shares some of the unexpected benefits engaging in music can have, and what this can mean for youth.
Elizabeth Frascoia is a dedicated educator working in New York City and Los Angeles, committed to helping students of all ages gain greater confidence through music. She has worked with over 10,000 students at the elementary, middle, high school, and college levels, as well as with community groups of all ages. Elizabeth is a regular clinician with the Queens College’s Kupferberg Center, NYC’s Musicworks, and the LA Jazz Society’s Jazz in Schools program, and also has a rich career as a freelance trombonist and vocalist. National TV appearances include American Idol, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and Good Morning America. Elizabeth holds a BA in Psychology from Harvard University, and an MA in Jazz Vocal Performance from Queens College.
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