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Emma Brondolo

Artistic Director of the Young People's Chorus @ Thurnauer, Director of Early Childhood Music and Voice Studies
Thurnauer School of Music

Education

Bachelor of Music, Hartt School of Music
Master of Special Education/General Education, St. John's University

Quick Facts

  • Emma tries to go hiking every weekend
  • Emma has been at the JCC since 2009

Emma Brondolo is the artistic director of the Young People’s Chorus @ Thurnauer, and the director of early childhood music and voice studies at the JCC Thurnauer School of Music. Ms. Brondolo has participated with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City for over 20 years, where she studied with artistic director and founder Francisco Núñez and was a satellite conductor. As a member of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, Ms. Brondolo traveled and competed in multiple choral competitions and festivals throughout the world.

I bring communities together through music.

Ms. Brondolo received her bachelor’s degree in music education (vocal emphasis) from the Hartt School of Music, The University of Hartford, where she studied with the late Fritz Moses. She has taught music at Sage Park Middle School, Intensive Education Academy, PS 69x, and The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in New York City. Ms. Brondolo has been a festival conductor for local and regional choral celebrations. Ms. Brondolo graduated from St. John’s University with a dual master’s degree in special education and general education and continues to take courses at Westminster Choir College.

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