John Schueter’s career as a music teacher has been on hold for more than two decades.
Now, the musician’s music classes at the Tribeca campus are being restored and are on track to resume soon.
“I’ve had a lot of interest in restoring the music class to the classroom,” Schuestter said.
“It was one of the most important classes for me, and one of my favorite.
It was one that I felt like I needed to get back in the classroom and be a part of.”
Schuester and the music classes have been in a holding pattern since the summer of 2013.
It has been nearly two years since Schuesters son, Eric, died in a fall from a fall on a New York City subway.
The family said he was just 13 when he died.
The Schuests, who have two daughters, Eric and Amanda, were in the process of rebuilding a music class they were building at the time.
Schuesner said he had a chance to meet with the families to make sure they understood what they were doing and how important the class was to him.
The family, who are also music teachers, told the Schuesternts the music program was no longer viable.
“The family wanted to take the class out,” Schueters said.
“And they said, ‘What is it, five years?
It’s not going to happen,'” Schuesette said.
In the fall of 2013, Schuesler, a former professor of music at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, opened a new music class.
He said he wanted to create a space for students to connect with the teacher who taught them to make music.
“You’re learning to be a musician,” Schuettes said.
The class was on track for a new start in 2014, and now the Schuzers have plans to reopen it and restore it in a more permanent setting in 2019.
The classes are scheduled to begin again in 2018, when the students will be enrolled in their fourth semester.
“It’s been so amazing to have the students come in and come in with such a passion and such an enthusiasm to learn and to learn with a teacher who was so passionate about music,” Schuaer said.
Schuestters music class is now on track.
The school is in the middle of a renovation project to reopen the class to its full potential.
The work is taking place under the guidance of John Schucher, who also helped lead the restoration of the school’s library.
The school is also in the midst of restoring its classrooms.
“We’ve been working on the curriculum for almost a year,” Schuchers said.
He said it was important to make the music lessons more accessible and accessible to everyone.
“My students were going to come in knowing nothing about the music, and they were going into the music with no idea what they wanted to learn,” Schuciers said.