The Board of Directors of Indian Hill Music has promoted Lisa Fiorentino to Chief Executive Officer of the Littleton-based, regional non-profit music center. The promotion reflects the critical role she has been playing in the organization’s strategic planning and preparations for its long-term future, and was confirmed at a January 16th board meeting. Susan Randazzo, a founder who has served as Indian Hill Music’s Executive Director since 2001, will transition to a role focusing on long-term institutional advancement as Indian Hill Music prepares for its landmark new education and performance facility – the Music Center at Indian Hill – being built in Groton, Mass.
Horn players are usually happy to have their playing abilities taken to their limits as long as the music is written in a way that understands and respects the instrument, and Mahler is a great example of how to do this well.
Meet Cellists Margaleet Katzenblickstein and Alexander Zhang, 2018 Student Concerto Competition Winners
Indian Hill Music School 2018 Student Concerto Competition winners Margaleet Katzenblickstein and Alexander Zhang (below) will perform Vivaldi’s Concerto in G Minor for Two Cellos with the Orchestra of Indian Hill at the upcoming January 26 concert. Margaleet, 15, is a homeschooler [...]
On Saturday, November 17, we’ll welcome GRAMMY-winning cellist Mike Block to our stage for a rousing solo concert and special student workshop. Known for his musical versatility and “standing cello” live performances, Block won a GRAMMY award as a member of Yo-Yo [...]