This First Friday June 7, the budding musicians of the Eastern Shore School
of Music located at Music Life in Chestertown are once again preparing for
their seasonal showcase. After its second successful semester, new musicians
have grown by leaps and bounds and are ready to perform their new found
talents with the community.
Students of all ages and instructional levels will get the opportunity to
share their passion for music with this weekend. Founder of the school,
Bill Drazga is thrilled with the progress that his students have made in the
as the school has grown in its first six months. The diverse age range of
the students highlight that the region is ripe with people with a love for
music ready to be nurtured. Students range from middle school to adults with
a variety of instruments being studied just as divergent.
The concert will be in two parts. Beginning at 4pm, younger middle and
elementary students performing a variety of classic songs as well as feature
music written by the students themselves. After a brief intermission
advanced junior and adult violin, piano, and guitar students will perform
beginning at 5:30. Also included in the later show will be special music by
the upstart and popular ukulele class.
Light refreshments will be served between performances and after the show.
The the first of three month-long summer fun session begins on June 10, and
classes are enrolling now.
The free concert will take place in the Upper Room of Music Life located at
241 High Street. For more information about the school and its programs
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