The Viola: From Paris to London A Free Concert Featuring Violist Aundrey Mitchell & Pianist Tim McCullough

Friday, Dec 1,
7:00pm to 9:00pm
323 West 108 Street
Upper West side, Manhattan

Bloomingdale School of Music
The Viola: From Paris to London

A Free Concert
Featuring Violist Aundrey Mitchell &
Pianist Tim McCullough

Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 7:00pm

New York, New York -- Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) is pleased to present The Viola: From Paris to London a free concert on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7:00 pm at the David Greer Recital Hall at the school's home site located at 323 West 108th Street (off of Broadway) in Manhattan. Admission is FREE and seating is limited. BSM faculty members Aundrey Mitchell and Tim McCullough will present a concert featuring works for viola and piano composed during the 19th to early/mid-20th Century. The music performed will demonstrate the distinctive styles of the French and English schools of viola playing.

Aundrey Mitchell, violist, has performed throughout the United States and abroad as an orchestra player, chamber musician, and soloist with appearances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Kimmel Center. As soloist, she has performed with the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra, the Harlem Symphony Orchestra, and the Antara Ensemble. An avid chamber musician, she has participated in numerous festivals including the Taos School of Music and the L'Ecole d'Arts Americaines at Fontainebleau, France. Ms. Mitchell received BM and MM degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music with Lucien Joel, post graduate studies at the Manhattan School of Music with Karen Ritscher, and earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts from Rutgers University studying with Michael Tree. In addition to performing, Ms. Mitchell is a dedicated teacher and active clinician. She teaches at the Bloomingdale School of Music, the Kinhaven Music School in Vermont and at the City University of New York.

Pianist Tim McCullough was born in Cardiff, Wales into a musical family. He considers himself fortunate to have a father who is a very accomplished pianist. By the time he was about six weeks old he had already heard a whole host of beautiful piano literature. As a result he grew up swimming in the sound of piano music. At age eight his family relocated to Dallas, Texas and he later moved to New York to pursue graduate piano studies. He received his B.M from the University of Texas and his M.M from Manhattan School of Music. Although he can't choose one favorite composer, he particularly enjoys playing the music of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, and Messiaen.

Founded in 1964, Bloomingdale School of Music is a thriving musical environment where students of all ages, backgrounds, and income levels learn and perform music, develop life skills, and participate in a diverse community committed to access and excellence. Fifty-three years later BSM upholds its deep belief that an inclusive community music school can be a force for positive change in the world. With accessibility central to its mission, more than 20% of Bloomingdale’s student body receives financial aid and scholarship assistance annually. For more information on Bloomingdale School of Music’s programs and concerts, visit, call the office at 212-663-6021, or email