Historic, but not famous

Charles Sibirsky, teacher, jazz musician

Charles Sibirsky has been a Jazz pianist in the New York City area for over 30 years. He has performed at every jazz venue in NYC. He was just 17 when he started his musical career, playing with trios and quartets in the Catskill Mountains. He majored in music at Brooklyn College and began his teaching career at Academy Music Studios in Brooklyn. While teaching he met legendary pianist Sal Mosca and studied with him for over 2 decades.

Mr. Sibirsky is a performer and composer. In Brooklyn he founded  and serves as the director of Slope Music where he continues to teach jazz. Many of Charles’ students have gone on to establish music careers. He has also recorded, sometimes with former students.

Slope music is in a building known as the Blue House, built in 1850, before brownstones, before Prospect Park, before the Brooklyn Bridge.

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