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Ms. Younger has an innovative approach to teaching, and works exceptionally well with students of all levels and ages. Her encouraging and supportive teaching style helps motivate students within musical style and variations. With an extensive background in classical music and jazz, Ms. Younger has an eclectic variety of musical techniques to offer.
Ms. Younger has taught at The Hartt School at the University of Hartford, Adelphi University, Nassau Community College and is currently on the faculty at The Greenwich House Music School in lower Manhattan. She also has a private studio on Long Island and Manhattan. She is the Vice President of the Long Island and Metro Chapters of the American Harp Society, and gives masterclasses and workshops internationally, in which she promotes the use of harp in multi genres. She is currently accepting a limited number of new students in Manhattan and Long Island.
Brandee Younger Performs with Miss Lauryn Hill on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon!
Back in June, after premiering the screening of the Netflix Documentary, “What Happened, Miss Nina”, my wonderful colleagues & I had the honor of accompanying Ms. Lauryn Hill at the Apollo Theater! What a blast we had!
“And, while the horns and bass getting to do their thing is always a treat, it was particularly moving when Hill led the harpist and one of the violinists, respectively, in feeling out the song for themselves.” – NPR
Then after performing with her at the Louis Armstrong Festival in Queens, we were excited to be a part of the band for her feature on The Late Show Starring Jimmy Fallon!
“Dorothy Jeanne” is exactly the sort of jazz track you wish you could find more often in your radio-scanning and crate-digging. – Okayplayer
My birthday is July 1st. It’s also the day the first single premiered off Supreme Sonacy. That first single also happened to be my original composition “Dorothy Jeanne” in tribute to Dorothy Ashby!
Order Is Everything is Revive’s literary series originated by Matthew Allen and intended to be a how-to guide for music lovers looking to invest in the catalogs of prolific artists. Each installment will instruct – better yet, suggest – the would-be consumer on not only which albums to buy, but also in what order to collect them. One might think to buy them in chronological order, but for a great artist with 10 or more albums, there’s a science to collecting the records. Click to Read!