MCS and Lost Horse Press invite you to a Celebration of Arts and Culture. A classical music collaboration with the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint featuring the Matsiko World Orphan Choir with community children, Music Conservatory of Sandpoint Musicians, Theater Group, and Percussion Fun Ensemble. This first annual event encompasses music, dance, and theater performances from community groups and Montana Shakespeare in the Park. Gates open at 1 pm with performances throughout the day culminating in Henry IV Part 1 at 6pm.
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.
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.
Strings Masterclass with Dr. Philip Baldwin. Spokane Youth Symphony Artistic Director, Dr. Philip Baldwin is the Director of String Studies and Associate Professor of violin at Whitworth University. His career has spanned the spectrum of string teaching and conducting. Dr. Baldwin serves as the concertmaster and assistant conductor of the Coeur d'Alene Symphony, and has appeared as violin soloist in concertos by Samuel Barber and Henry Wieniawski, and in Beethoven's Triple Concerto with David Demand and Max Held. He and his wife Dorothy (also a violinist and educator) have given violin master classes in England and Ireland, and throughout Washington, Maryland and Utah. Get input from a master on your piece. Call MCS office at 208-265-4444 to register for this class or come and observe for free
Violinists of all ages are encouraged to learn music in new ways, by ear and tablature, to catchy traditional fiddle tunes! All students will participate in an outdoor performance at Farmin Park on Saturday, August 4, directly following the camp. Come join the fun! Students will have the opportunity to work with Ms. Hatch in private lessons. Please call 208.265.4444 for more information or to enroll. $125/student, sibling discount available, 2nd child $100, 3rd child or more $50 each. Participants in our International Youth Orchestra Camp will receive a 50% discount.
Read Carolyn Hatch's bio here http://www.sandpointconservatory.org/workshops-master-classes/