BY JENNA BAGCAL
A Long Island City
facility held its
On Sept. 15 at 7 p.m., Sage Music,
located at 44-02 23rd St., Suite
204, founder Jason Sagebiel invited
guests, students and the media to
celebrate the institution's reopen-ing
at the evening launch party.
Members of the media were also
invited to take an exclusive tour of
the newly renovated school starting
at 6 p.m.
"Due to the school’s explosive
rate of growth, we had to put a hold
on the acceptance of new students,"
Sagebiel said. "However, because
of the requests from the many folks
who were turned away due to our
limitation of space, we made the
decision to expand our Queens lo-cation.
Today, as I look around, I’m
overjoyed that our new facility will
now be able to accommodate the
growing musical ambitions of our
rapidly expanding body of students."
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Sagebiel founded the school in
2012 after a traumatic brain injury
from his time as a U.S. Marine in
the Iraq War impaired his cognitive
and motor functions. During his re-covery
process, his music research
and therapy eventually led him to
become a music teacher.
Through his research and expe-riences,
Sagebiel created the AR-PEGGIO
™ lesson system, which he
developed through "the science and
psychology of learning." According
to Sagebiel, the school is the only
music teaching facility in the United
States or abroad to teach their stu-dents
Photo courtesy of Sage Music
to hone their craft using the
Sage offers lessons to both chil-dren
and adults of all ability levels.
The school also offers a variety of
musical instruction in piano, guitar,
voice, violin, viola, cello, saxophone,
clarinet, flute, drums, trumpet, com-position
For more information about
Sage's grand reopening, contact
Jason Sagebiel at 718-361-2933
or by email at email@example.com.
Those interested can also check out
sagemusic.co or @sagemusicco on
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