| Currently a graduate student in piano performance, I came here to study with my primary piano professor. I love my professor and am so glad to have met this teacher, because he/she is such a wonderful and intelligent teacher. If it were not for this professor, I probably would not have gone to Manhattan School of Music, though being in NYC has its perks.|
The school however, is not up to par with the quality of the teaching that the faculty at this school has to offer. The building is very old, they do not offer much funding, or scholarships for students because the school is dirt broke, and basically they are crooks who want to attach a late fee to anything and everything they can. The facilities look nice once you enter into the lobby, but once you take a look inside, the facilities are completely run down. the practice rooms are very limited, and unless you manage to book yourself a room at the desired time, most likely your odds of getting practicing done at school is unlikely, except at night. The Bursars office, and financial aid office have difficulty communicating with one another. By the way, the bursars office is probably one of the most unpleasant places you could possibly visit, as the office is filled with rude and unhelpful employees-----the list goes on and on.
| Mar 17 2009 || Music - Performance |