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Nick Revel is the founding violist of PUBLIQuartet, which was string quartet in residence for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's “MetLiveArts” 2016/17 season. PQ has been presented by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The national Gallery, Carnegie Hall, the Joyce Theater, National Sawdust, Dizzy's Coca Cola Club, and the Newport Jazz Festival. He's collaborated with Benjamin Millepied and the LA Dance Project, Björk, Paquito D’Rivera, Billy Childs, JACK Quartet, Alarm Will Sound, the International Contemporary Ensemble. As a composer, Nick's 2017 commission In DayDream for viola and guitar was premiered in Carnegie Hall on April 10, 2017 and was selected as a winner of Indiana State University's Music Now Call for scores in October 2018. In addition, his debut album titled Letters to My Future Self of all original compositions, improvisations, and sound designs for viola to be released on Centaur Records on January 4, 2019. For three consecutive years Nick was commissioned to write pieces for mixed student ensembles at the Talent Education Suzuki School, one of which was premiered at the 10th Anniversary of the founding of the school at Norwalk City Hall for the Mayor of Norwalk and other public notables in the Spring of 2014. As an educator, Nick has travelled the United States giving improvisation workshops to orchestras and chamber groups. He co-developed and implemented a theory curriculum for the Talent Education Suzuki School based on musical tension-and-release and now coaches chamber groups, one of which was specially selected to participate in the 2017 Associated Chamber Music Players Live Stream Masterclass, held at the National Opera Center in NYC. Nick co-created the New York String Studio, located in Sunnyside, Queens with his wife Nora Krohn. NY String Studio teaching philosophy draws on methods of self-awareness practices, Suzuki Method, Alexander Technique, meditation, and improvisation. He aspires to offer his students high quality instrumental technique and a deeper understanding of mind and body, discipline, problem-solving, organization, time management, and self-expression.

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Nick Revel is the founding violist of PUBLIQuartet, which was string quartet in residence for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's “MetLiveArts” 2016/17 season. PQ has been presented by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The national Gallery, Carnegie Hall, the Joyce Theater, National Sawdust, Dizzy's Coca Cola Club, and the Newport Jazz Festival. He's collaborated with Benjamin Millepied and the LA Dance Project, Björk, Paquito D’Rivera, Billy Childs, JACK Quartet, Alarm Will Sound, and the International Contemporary Ensemble. As a composer, Nick's 2017 commission In DayDream for viola and guitar was premiered in Carnegie Hall in 2017 and was a winner of Indiana State University's Music Now call for scores in October 2018. His debut album Letters to My Future Self of all original compositions and improvisations for viola will be released on Centaur Records on January 4, 2019. For three consecutive years Nick was commissioned to write pieces for mixed student ensembles at the Talent Education Suzuki School. As an educator, Nick has conducted improvisation workshops around the US, co-developed and implemented a theory curriculum and the chamber music program for the Talent Education Suzuki School, and co-created the New York String Studio, located in Sunnyside, Queens.

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Nick Revel is the founding violist of PUBLIQuartet, which has been presented by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the MET Museum, the National Gallery, Carnegie Hall, Joyce Theater, Dizzy's Coca Cola Club, and Newport Jazz Festival. Collaborations include Benjamin Millepied, Björk, Paquito D’Rivera, and Billy Childs. Nick's award-winning 2017 commission In DayDream was premiered in Carnegie Hall in 2017. His debut album Letters to My Future Self will be released on Centaur Records on January 4, 2019. Nick has conducted improvisation workshops, co-developed the theory curriculum and chamber music program for the Talent Education Suzuki School, and co-created the New York String Studio.

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