The Music Conservatory hosts its annual Spring Serenade Concert to benefit all MCS Scholarship Programs, including tuition assistance, Music Matters!after school outreach and Honors Programs. The concert will feature works by the great masters, performed by Music Conservatory artist instructors. Concert begins at 5pm, tickets: $10 adults, $5 children. Support our Scholarship programs! Contact us at 208.265.4444, sandpointconservatory.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook for more event updates and class specials.
Join us for this talented show comprised of the very best of MCS. Our hardest working and highest achieving students bring their talent to the stage of the historic Panida Theater. Come watch these talented young musicians and witness the best of their repertoire. Tickets are available at The Music Conservatory of Sandpoint, 110 Main Street (208.265.4444), or at the Panida the night of the event, $10 adults, $5/ Youth 18 & under. For more information visit us at sandpointconservatory.org, or on Facebook at Music Conservatory.
This very special fundraiser features two talented pianists from MCS: Levi Hill and Cody Moore. Proceeds will help to send the two young artists to Interlochen Music School this summer. Tea time treats will be available after the concert. Individual ticket $10, family $30.
Concert pianist and piano teacher Peggy Reich returns to Sandpoint for her second performance, hosted by the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint.
Ponder this…how does one hear Judaism in music? How do you hear reflections of a religion or a culture? This will all be explored in the music of composers of Jewish descent. Concert pianist and piano professor, Peggy Reich, is returning to Sandpoint for a second performance hosted by the Conservatory.
Tickets are available at MCS and at the door on the night of the event. $15/ $5 students, 6 and under - free!
Join renowned pianist Peggy Reich for an exciting master class designed as a learning opportunity for intermediate and advanced piano students. Ms. Reich began her piano studies at age 5 at The Hoff Barthelson Music School in New York, and continued through her teens with Baruch Arnon of the Juilliard School of Music. With increasing dedication to her music, she enrolled in the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University and studied under Menahem Pressler (The Beaux Arts Trio) and Dr. Joseph Rezits, eventually being awarded a degree in piano performance.
The Music Conservatory is thrilled to host this esteemed visiting artist. The class is 2 hours with each student receiving individual instruction. We encourage our students to attend the class, viewing is open to the public. Participant Cost $35, general public suggested donation of $5. Call MCS at 208.265.4444 to enroll.
End of semester student recitals will be held two consecutive evenings, with performances beginning at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. both days. There will be a brief theater performance between shows on Thursday at 5 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event.
Master Pianist Vytautas Smetona, joining us from Cleveland, Ohio will teach his unique style. Vytautas is well known on the east coast, debuting in New York debut at Town Hall forty years ago. He has been playing successfully in New York, London and everywhere in between during his career. Among the orchestras with which Mr. Smetona has appeared as piano soloist are the Baltimore Symphony, the Dallas Symphony, and the St. Louis Symphony. Audio Magazine declares Vytautas posseses “Fantastic technique, and better than that, a big concept of his music”. We are honored to present the community the amazing opportunity of a one day immersion master class. Participant fee is $15. Call MCS at 208.265.4444 for more information or to enroll. Visit us at sandpointconservatory.org, or on Facebook at Music Conservatory. For more information on Smetona visit http://vytautassmetona.com/the-man/