Monthly Archives: March 2017

Faculty Spotlight: Dan Masterson, Songwriting & Recording

Award-winning singer-songwriter Dan Masterson will teach a Songwriting Workshop for teens and adults, and Intro to Recording classes for teens beginning April 1. How did you get into songwriting? Was there one teacher or program that inspired you the most

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Faculty Spotlight: Meet Paul Pampinella, Contemporary Vocal Ensembles

Voice Department Faculty Paul Pampinella will lead the new contemporary vocal ensembles for teens and adults, Wednesday evenings beginning March 29. What vocal styles do you teach?  Primarily contemporary styles: Pop/Rock, Jazz, Musical Theater. I also teach some guitar, piano, and

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A Minute with Max Levinson

Known as an “intelligent and sensitive artist with a fearless technique,” Boston-based pianist Max Levinson will perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Orchestra of Indian Hill in their “A Story to Tell” program on Saturday, March 18. What

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What’s your musical “bugaboo?” (Or, “How to be an exceptional musical parent.”)

By David Behrstock, M.Ed, Certified Practitioner of the Alexander Technique at Indian Hill Music School Most musicians have a habit that chronically interferes with their music-making. This is true of musicians of almost any level or age. Whether it’s poor

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