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Music for A March Evening

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Music For A March Afternoon
a fundraiser and recital featuring Vermont’s finest musicians

Sunday, March 6th, 3:00 pm
Unitarian Church
130 Main Street
Montpelier, VT





We have several NEW and exciting group classes, as well as wonderful continuing classes! For a full list of group classes, click here!

We also offer private instruction on various instruments with some of the best faculty members in our state! Click here for more information.

for ages 10-18
Naomi Flanders, Instructor
Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 pm, February 3rd – April 13th
Tuition: $175

Perfect your technique as you work through musical theatre repertoire and/or audition material. In this class, you will receive semi-private and small group coaching (only a few students per class!) in a positive environment with your peers while you develop a stronger solo vocal technique and hone your performance skills.

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Michael Arnowitt, Instructor
6 Tuesdays February 23rd – March 29th, 2016

Tuition: $150, or $30/drop in

$150 tuition for all 6 classes, or drop-in rate of $30 per class (Pre-registration preferred for drop-in classes.) Continuing on the success of his recent concert: Beethoven & Arnowitt VIII , in this class Michael will delve into Beethoven’s final three sonatas and his journey to perform each of them. 2015 marked the end of Michael’s novel study into the psychology of aging and development with a program of Beethoven’s last three piano sonatas op. 109, 110, and 111, universally regarded as among the most spiritual and transcendent music of all time. Written near the end of Beethoven’s life as his health was deteriorating rapidly, these visionary sonatas leave the physical world of the piano’s hammers and strings, taking us on inner journeys to sounds Beethoven could not hear in the external world, but could in his own imagination. This extraordinary music, touching upon themes of gratitude, healing, resurrection, wonder at Nature, and spiritual ecstasy, has moved generations of music-lovers around the world for 200 years. By journeying to his innermost self Beethoven paradoxically found what was universal to all of us, some goodness, some humaneness that we all touch in our better moments.

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