Saint Paul, MN (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music will hold its Halloween Concert from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at McNally Smith Auditorium, 19 East Exchange St., St. Paul.
The Halloween Concert is one of the biggest community events of the year for the Saint Paul Conservatory of Music. To celebrate the holiday, students and parents come in costume. Conservatory students and faculty play wonderful music to entertain the crowd and promote a festive Halloween atmosphere.The concert is followed by a reception with treats and kids activities.
Featured performers at the Halloween Concert include the Suzuki strings, the Renaissance Band, pianist Gideon Scheeler, the SPCM Children Choir and more. Pianist Gideon Scheeler, student of SPCM faculty Elena Piastro and Peter Arnstein, was the winner of the 2013 Minnesota State Fair Pre-Teen Talent Show.
There is no cost for the concert, though donations to Music for All, the Conservatory's outreach program, are encouraged. SPCM welcomes the entire community to come to McNally Smith Auditorium and check out these talented performers and their costumes.
Contact SPCM by calling 651-224-2205 or visit http://www.thespcm.org. Visitors to the site can also learn more about SPCM’s high quality music lessons and early childhood music education.
About SPCM: 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 artist/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 life-long 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 of 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.