Bach in the Subways (Zara Lawler and students)

Bach in the Subways is an annual global celebration of Bach’s music. Musicians of all stripes offer free concerts of Bach’s music in subways and other public spaces, so it is a perfect fit for Suzuki students since we play so much Bach! This photo is from Bach in the Subways 2018. It was our fourth year participating, and our second year at Grand Central Station in New York City.

Image by Zara Lawler

Zara Lawler

Zara Lawler earned her Master’s from Juilliard where her teachers were Carol Wincenc and Sam Baron. Her Suzuki teacher trainers have been David Gerry, Noelle Perrin, Meret Bitticks and Wendy Stern. She teaches at the Manhattan School of Music Precollege and in her own private studio. As a performer, Lawler is known for her adventurous programming combining music with dance and theater, including her solo project, The Flute on its Feet, and massed flute events at the Guggenheim Museum and Central Park in New York City and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Her duo with percussionist Paul Fadoul is set to release their second album, Clickable, in fall 2018. Lawler + Fadoul’s first album, Prelude Cocktail, was a survey of four centuries of prelude repertoire, with a few fugues thrown in for good measure. zaralawler.com and lawlerandfadoul.com

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