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perform at Fiddlers Fair

Students & Faculty

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Clothesline Arts Festival

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perform at Chatterbox

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quartet performing at Fiddler's Fair

DECEMBER 13--Violin, Viola, Cello Group Concert

Our annual Violin, Viola, and Cello group concert will be held on Saturday, December 13th at 7:00 p.m. It will be held in the auditorium at TBA. The concert will last approximately one hour. Performers: Invite friends and family to come...
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DECEMBER 15--Orchestra Concert

  Our annual Orchestra concert will be held on Monday, December 15th at 7:00 p.m. It will be held in the auditorium at TBA.   The Saturday Reading Orchestra and the Monday KSSO Orchestra will be performing. The concert will last...
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Improvisation Tour Group performing in Toronto, NOV 201

The Creative Ability Tour Group was formed over 20 years ago. Its purpose is to demonstrate, through live improvised concerts, that all children can develop their innate creative ability to a very high level. The students in the tour group...
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DECEMBER 1--TO ZAMIR Project - CD Release Event!

Event: The “TO ZAMIR” project Musicians unite to support local teens in their fundraising CD project “TO ZAMIR” in memory of Eric Levy.   Date and time:  2 – 6 pm December 1 st , 2013...
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NY Times: Early Music Lessons Have Longtime Benefits

When children learn to play a musical instrument,  they strengthen a range of auditory skills . Recent studies suggest that these benefits extend all through life, at least for those who continue to be engaged with music. But a study...
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Promote lifelong feelings of well-being--brief article

Music and art provide the two most important elements needed to promote lifelong feelings of well-being. These elements are distraction and purpose. Each helps remove us from our day to day worries, our focus on loss or on feelings of isolation....
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Creative Ability + Music = Musicality,
Musicality + Technical Facility = Artistry