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Concerts & Events
The Community Music Division offers a variety of programs, events and competitions for
students of all ages and skill levels. The majority of our programs culminate in recitals and performances, at which students showcase their work for their families and friends. Annual highlights include the Concerto Festival for Young Performers
Most of our concerts and recitals are free and open to the public. See our Concerts & Events Calendar
for a full list of our events throughout the year.
String Chamber Fest
Performance: Sunday, October 20
Open to CMD string students of all ability levels, participants will have an opportunity to rehearse and perform a piece from the approved repertoire list with the Kaia String Quartet.
Registration Deadline: Thursday, October 10
Piano New Music Fest
Performance: Saturday, October 26
This event aims to acquaint our students with contemporary music
written after 1960. Students will perform in the Allen Recital Hall and
prepare a brief statement about their repertoire selection to be
included in the program notes.
Piano Chamber Fest
Performance: Sunday, February 9 in Brennan Family Recital Hall
We are pleased to welcome members of the Kaia String Quartet as our guests for Piano Chamber Fest. Students from beginning through advanced levels will have the opportunity to perform solo repertoire with string players in trio and quartet arrangements. Repertoire should be selected by the teacher and music scores will be provided upon receipt of the registration form. Please contact the CMD office for more information.
In May of every year, more than 300 students participate in the annual all-school fundraiser – a 10-hour marathon recital of continuous solo and ensemble performances for the Fund for the Community Music Division which supports financial aid, educational enrichment opportunities, and community partnerships. Students enlist sponsors to contribute pledges for their performances.Saturday, May 2, 2020
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