Gibons uses ideas that will be familiar to string players with classical training to bridge the gap between the worlds of written music and that of improv. The workshop also accommodates a wide variety of skill levels by scaling the complexity of the melodic lines and rhythmic harmony parts we use to the participants’ comfort.
Take a magical journey through vibrant performances that honor traditional flamenco and dance discovery. Join us on Friday, Oct. 25th at 7:30pm for the Flamenco Quartet Project! Proceeds benefit The Perseus Foundation. Purchase tickets here
Violist Katherine Murdock is a recognized soloist, chamber musician and teacher. She has performed with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Boston Symphony, National Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Boston Chamber Music Society, and the Mendelssohn String Quartet. Ms. Murdock served on the faculties of SUNY Stony Brook, Boston Conservatory, Wellesley College, the Longy School, and the Universities
The school year gets off to a rousing start with performances by students from the Chudnovsky Violin Studio. Works by Wieniawski, Mozart, Paganini, Bach, Bruch, Vitali, Rode, and many others will be featured.
Called “just about the best folk fiddler of his generation”, Ben Paley brings his tasteful bowing to Potter’s Violins. The son of the late Tom Paley (New Lost City Ramlbers), Paley was steeped in American folk and string band music from an early age, and has since recorded with an all-star list of musicians. He
Join us for all or part of this special day on September 8th, 2019 and find inspiration for the start of the 2019 – 2020 academic year! There will be a catered lunch, and guest speakers will offer insightful workshops. RSVP is required. Register here! Presentations: 10:15am: Introduction Catered Lunch Break
Are you having difficulty paying attention? Dr. Jay Sirikietsoong, a Clinical Neuropsychologist, will be presenting on “Managing Attention Deficits through Music.” Her talk will help you to understand the neuroscience (brain anatomy) behind attention deficit, types of attention, as well as how music plays a role to enhance your attention and lifestyle. This event is FREE.
In this workshop, Dr. Green will discuss the most common causes of injuries in Cellists, as well as demonstrate rehabilitative and prevention strategies to combat these issues. Dr. Alex Green is a graduate of Logan University and holds a doctorate in chiropractic. He is a native of Northern Virginia.Dr. Green applies the science of movement
Join us for a workshop on performance anxiety for musicians with Dr. Sirikietsoong. Performance anxiety (or “stage fright”) is a problem that has long hindered some musicians. Dr. Sirikietsoong, a Clinical Neuropsychologist, will talk about the brain-body relationship of anxiety and a way to train your brain to create a new pattern in order to better manage
This workshop will focus on the common causes of wrist and hand pain for professional string musicians. Dr. Green will discuss both the anatomy and the biomechanics of the wrist and hand, as well as provide recommendations for at home preventative rehab exercises. Dr. Alex Green is a graduate of Logan University and holds a