Music workshop coming to Martin Exeter Hall

Workshop to help students experience music come alive

The 100 Mile Festival of the Arts will be sponsoring Music Performance Workshops with acclaimed Singer/Clinician Tracy Fehr, on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the Martin Exeter Hall.

The purpose of the workshops will be to help students (of all ages and stages – young, older or somewhere in-between!) to experience music coming alive, all the while learning Stage Deportment and Etiquette Skills.

The Workshops will provide both Instruction and Performance; therefore they will benefit singers, pianists, violinists, and other instrumentalists as well as speech and dramatic artists. We are encouraging anyone (from soloists to ensemble players to choir/orchestra members) who fits these broad performance categories to come along, bring a piece or two that you are working on and broaden your on-stage experience.

There will be two workshop divisions: Junior workshop from 9:30 a.m. – noon, and an Intermediate/Senior workshop from 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. The cost for each of these workshops is $20. There is also a family rate of $30 and a full-day audit fee for observers of $25.

For more information contact: Lynda Lipsett at 250-706-9997 or Ginny-Lou Alexander at 250-395-3555. Please note: pre-registration is preferred by Feb. 17.

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