Saint Paul, MN (PRWEB) November 01, 2015
Take part in all of the concerts and recitals The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music (SPCM) has to offer this month. Music is truly a gift, and the Conservatory of Music wants to not only share this gift, but also the talent of its students.
From instrumentalists to vocalists and string players, audience members will be entertained from beginning to end by each of the planned events. The November calendar of events is as follows:
SPCM Coffee Concert — Noon on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at the Schubert Club Museum.
Peter Arnstein, pianist, plays “Water Music”. The program will feature works by Ravel, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, and original compositions by Peter Arnstein. Concert will be free of cost and held at the Schubert Club Museum on the second floor of the Landmark Center: 75 W 5th St. , St. Paul
For more information, call 651-224-2205
Saturday Matinee — 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14 at SPCM 505
SPCM students perform varied works.
Fall Adult Recital — 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at SPCM
SPCM adult students perform varied works.
Suzuki Group Recitals — 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21 at Sundin Music Hall at Hamline University, 1531 Hewitt Ave, St Paul
SPCM Suzuki string students perform varied works.
SPCM Coffee Concert- Noon on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at the University Club at 420 Summit Ave.
Spanish Works for Voice and Guitar by Nerea Berraondo, mezzo soprano and Eva Beneke, guitarist.
About the company:
The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music is a music education center offering a wide range of musical instruction for all ages, in both individual and group settings. The faculty is of the highest caliber, including artists/teachers with well-established reputations. The Conservatory has systematically developed a music program with demanding, yet age-appropriate expectations, with the ability to effectively teach the youngest of students as well as prepare those seeking to become music majors. They are also able to meet the needs of students who are lifelong learners of music and music appreciation.
Since 1985, the Saint Paul Conservatory of Music has provided high-quality music education to the metropolitan community. Originally under the auspices of The University of St. Thomas, the school became an independent non-profit community music school in June 2001. The facility in downtown Saint Paul provides an exciting venue for the continuing commitment to providing excellence in music for all ages. As an independent organization, they are able to broaden their mission as a music school ensuring that quality music is available to an ever-widening segment of the community.