TERRE HAUTE —
Indiana State University’s Community School of the Arts will be presenting music recitals at 6:30 p.m. today and 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Richard G. Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts, at Seventh and Chestnut streets.
Performing will be students enrolled in the Community School of the Arts’ music classes and private lessons. These students have been studying with ISU School of Music faculty, graduate or upper-level music students.
The recitals will showcase the achievements of talented young musicians and singers who have been working conscientiously this fall in preparation for the performance. Students range in age from 6-17 and will present cello, clarinet, guitar, oboe, piano and voice recitals.
The Community School of the Arts, an ISU Unbounded Possibilities initiative, provides the communities of the Wabash Valley and surrounding areas the opportunity to participate in non-credit classes in music, theater and visual art.
CSA welcomes students of all ages, backgrounds and ability levels to experience professional and affordable instruction in the performing and visual arts.
Individual one-on-one music lessons are available to students of all ages and ability levels.
Private instruction encourages music literacy, the growth of instrumental and vocal skills and develops patience, dedication, perseverance, goal setting and time management. The student meets with an instructor once per week for 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
Lessons are offered in the following areas: brass, woodwind, guitar, percussion, piano, strings and voice. Call 812-237-2575 or email Petra.Nyendick@indstate.edu for instructor scheduling information.
Visit www.unboundedpossibilities.com/csa to view the 2013 spring schedule. Contact the CSA office at 812-237-2575 for a hard-copy schedule or for information about financial aid.
Most spring classes and lessons begin the week of Jan. 14, and early enrollment is advised.