Office Hours with Lisa Pierce-Goldstein

7:30 pm ET | 6:30 pm CT | 5:30 pm MT | 4:30 pm PT

Lisa Pierce-Goldstein is a speech language pathologist and opera singer who has worked with students with complex communication needs for 20+ years, in New York City Department of Education’s District 75, and Boston Public Schools.  She has presented at the ASHA Convention, ABLE Assembly (Berklee), Kennedy Center VSA Intersections, and has been published in VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education, Exemplary Programs and Approaches Professional Paper Series, The ASHA Leader, and Music Therapy Perspectives.

Office Hours are held via Zoom on the first Tuesday of every month. Our staff will share tips and updates to help you get the most out of Hyperscore, and we’ll answer your questions. Sessions will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel. Click on the button below to register.

Iowa City Senior Center Hyperscore Workshops

this is the logo for the City of Iowa City announcing that it is a Unesco City of Literature due to the famed Iowa Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa
The University of Iowa, located in Iowa City, is the location of the famed Iowa Writer’s Workshop

When your city supports the people of their community at any age, wonderful things happen for the seniors of the community!  Iowa City, Iowa is such a place.  The local Senior Center provides daily weekday activities and a place to connect with others 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.  

this is the class description for our very first Hyperscore workshops at the Senior Center in Iowa City, Iowa
Let’s make music together!’

New Harmony Line will be hosting our first, of what we hope to be MANY, workshops at the Senior Center starting in November.  If you are in the Iowa City area, come join us.  Everyone else, let me come join YOUR senior center via Zoom!  Anyone with access to a device and the internet can make music, even with no prior experience.  Contact me to schedule your senior center, nursing home or community center workshop at:

Let’s make music together!






Toy Symphony project in Berlin, 2002

On February 24, 2002, Toy Symphony received a highly successful European preview with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester in Berlin under Conductor Kent Nagano with guest Hyperviolin soloist Cora Venus Lunny. Scores of children throughout Berlin participated in school events and Toy Symphony workshops – excelling as performers and composers, and the sold out Open House and Concert created great buzz in Berlin through extensive print, radio, and television coverage both before and afterwards. An exciting pre-launch for the project. (From the Toy Symphony homepage.)

Check out the videos below of the workshop where kids composed their pieces using Hyperscore, and of the concert.

Empower kids to tell their stories through music.