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.
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 email@example.com. Like us on Facebook for more event updates and class specials.
Bel Canto Opera and the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint present The Murderous Flute, based on "The Magic Flute" by W.A. Mozart. This opera has a dark (very dark) twist. Tickets are available at The Music Conservatory of Sandpoint, 110 Main Street, or at the door the night of the performance, $15/adults, $10 youth 18 & under. For more information visit us at sandpointconservatory.org, or on Facebook at Music Conservatory.
Voice instructor Andrea Olsen comes to Sandpoint to work with Conservatory students on prepared literature. Students will present a prepared piece. Participation in this master class is limited, but there is space in the audience for learning. We encourage the public to attend ($10 suggested donation for general audience). Participant fee is $15, free for honors students. Call MCS at 208.265.4444 for more information.
Andrea Olsen, soprano, holds a B. M. in Voice and a M.A. in Music. She has been on the music faculty at North Idaho College since 2009 and Spokane Falls Community College since 2014. She is the soprano soloist at the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist and has performed with the Spokane Symphony, Spokane Opera, CDA Opera, Bach Festival, Connoisseur Concerts, Spokane Choral Artists, and Spokane Kantorei. Andrea is CCM (Contemporary Commercial Music) certified and her notable musical theater roles include Patsyin “Always, Patsy Cline,” Witchin “Into the Woods,” Lilyin “The Secret Garden,” Christinein “Phantom,” Cathyin “The Last Five Years,” Florencein “CHESS,” Mabelin “Pirates of Penzance,” Mariain “West Side Story,” and Fantinein “Les Misérables”. Andrea is a frequent adjudicator and clinician for music festivals in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana.
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.
The Music Conservatory’s annual Christmas Concert will include Amahl and The Night Visitors from Menotti, a Children’s Opera, as well as the Bel Canto Opera company performing excerpts from Saint Saens. Bring your children along for a gingerbread house building event and sing along caroling following the performance. First Lutheran Church, 526 Olive Avenue. Donations welcome.
Soprano Claudia Moots will be performing works by Schubert, Bach and Handel. Claudia has been studying under Brenda Rutledge of the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint for 4 years. She will be joined by Caren Reiner on piano and Alyce Ispirescu, soprano. This recital will take place at the First Presbyterian Church, 417 North 4th Avenue in Sandpoint. Free Admission.