Mozart Dissonant Quartet Schubert A minor Quartet Jane Stewart Violin Susan Midkiff Violin Denise Wilkinson Viola Kerry Van Laanen Cello FREE ADMISSION
Please join us for an afternoon of music for a great cause! Miss Montgomery County 2020, Preetcharn Saund, is working to raise awareness for Music Education and diversity in the arts. She and her string trio will be performing several works and will be collecting funds to donate back to schools to support their music
Dr. Carol Vidal will discuss what is known about the effects of music on the brain. She will review research on the benefits of musical training on certain psychiatric disorders affecting children and adolescents, and discuss the long-term effects of music education. Dr. Carol Vidal is an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at
ASTACAP (American String Teachers Association Certificate Advancement Program) is a graded non-competitive examination program in eleven levels for string students, which measures technical progress and musical development. Students are judged on technical and musical preparedness at specific levels (Foundation Level to Level 10) by an adjudicator of musical and pedagogical stature.
World champion fiddler MARI BLACK presents a joyous extravaganza of dance-inspired music from around the globe! With her virtuosic playing, sparkling stage presence, and fun-filled stories tying the whole journey together, Mari will have you tapping your toes and dancing along to fiddle music from around the world: Celtic, Canadian, and American fiddling, swing, tango,
The Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra is pleased to announce our Annual Solo/Concerto Competition! The competition will be an actual concert event, with selected participants performing their contest pieces with piano accompaniment before a live audience and a panel of judges. This is an exciting and rewarding performance opportunity for our PVYO students and a perfect
Studio & Classroom teachers! Join us for an interactive and informative workshop on pedagogy from George Bornoff’s time-tested system! Explore the Bornoff materials and learn how to seamlessly integrate them into your program. Help your students play with better intonation, cleaner rhythms, and a robust, confident tone! Topics covered include tone production and intonation exercises,
The Folklore Society of Greater Washington presents a concert by Jake Blount, the recipient of its 2019 Claude Martin Memorial Lifetime Membership Award. The concert will begin at 8:00PM (doors at 7:00). Entry is $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers. “Jake Blount is an award-winning fiddler, banjoist, singer, and scholar whose performances, compositions, and