Concert for Children at the Newton Free Library

Come join the Maestro Musicians Academy for their second concert for children/instrument petting zoo on Sunday, September 17 at 2 PM! Violinist Daniel Broniatowski, Pianist Yige Liu, and Cellist Elena Korableva will present a free mini-concert for children ages 5-10 and demonstrate/talk about their instruments. Following this first part of the program will be an […]

Meet Daniel Broniatowski

I was honored to be featured in the Boston Voyager Magazine on May 1. You may access the article here or read below. MAY 1, 2017 Meet Daniel Broniatowski of Maestro Musicians Academy BOSTONVOYAGER STAFF SHARE TWEET PIN Today we’d like to introduce you to Daniel Broniatowski. Daniel, please share your story with us. How […]

Maestro Musicians on Jordan Rich

Dear readers, Please find our Israeli Classical Music Concert announcement featured on the Jordan Rich Show below! You can listen to his show on WBZ 1030 AM. He can be heard Friday and Saturday nights from 12 AM – 5 AM in 38 states! Or, if you are not sure you’ll get the station, you can […]

Maestro Musicians on Books and Beyond!

On August 13, 2015, Ellen Myers of the Newton Library’s series “Books and Beyond” interviewed Daniel Broniatowski and Sergey Khanukaev about Jewish music and their upcoming concert of Israeli Classical Music on September 24. The roughly 30 minute segment concluded with a performance of Ernest Bloch’s Nigun from the Baal Shem Suite.  The interview is being shown throughout […]

Maestro Musicians Academy on

On February 24, 2015, the Maestro Musicians Academy was featured on See below for more! Check out our interview, Music and Sports: Brookline Youth Activities for Everyone on Mass Realty, one of the top sites for Massachusetts Condos for Sale in Massachusetts, including Brookline, MA Real Estate.

The Boston Music Scene

On October 13, 2014, Alain Brunet of the Montreal-based LaPresse wrote a fantastic article about the Boston music scene. Some of our musicians were honored to be featured in this piece, which covers up and coming musicians as well as household names. Mr. Brunet begins by mentioning that there is a history of half a […]