Our first ever half-day summer programs, Creative Music & Art and Fiddling Fun, were a huge success!
Creative Music and Art students learnt how to improvise, wove their own story with chracters represented by music, and created original artwork. Fiddling Fun students learnt many songs by ear, and mastered cool techniques such as the wiggle, the chop and the flick.
Both groups put on wonderful performances for parents the last day of camp. Thank you to our wonderful camp leaders - American Roots and Creative Ability Development faculty Casey Murray and her assistant Daphne Pickens.
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Come visit us at our light-filled building at 304 Boston Post Road, where we have almost 2000 sq feet of studios and group space. Thank you to our wonderful families, students and faculty for helping survive and thrive through this past challenging year - we couldn't have done it without you!
Piano and Voice Free Tryout Day - June 30th
Pianist, conductor and composer Andrew Marshall is a graduate of Northern Caribbean University (BM), Westminster Choir College (MM), and the University of Oklahoma (DMA). He holds a Certification in Advanced Piano Performance from the Associate Board of Royal Schools of Music (RAM and RCM, the UK’s premier conservatories). He is Choral Director at the Winsor School in Boston and has been teaching private piano lessons since 1998.
"Andrew is a top-notch pianist, composer, and conductor, but he is also very warm as a person and has a lovely sense of humour. He has three young sons and is practiced at interacting with children and teenagers in a way that makes them feel connected to him."
~ Felicia Brady-Lopez, Faculty Supervisor, the Winsor School
Small Cohort Day Camps - half or full day
"You have found a magical person; Casey is by far one of the best and most talented music teachers out there!"
Summer Recitals: Congratulations, Students!!
We were thrilled to hear over 120 students playing on four live zoom recitals on June 19th. Students, you gave us all so much pleasure with your playing – some of you after only a few weeks of lessons, and some of you playing major professional repertoire. All rose to the occasion beautifully, for an audience logging in from all over the US and the world!
We hope that by our December recitals it'll be safe to gather in our new space, but we'll plan to keep including those family and friends from far away!
"It was such a joy to be able to celebrate M's achievements from her first semester of piano even in these circumstances."
"All thanks to the teachers and staff at Wayland school of Music. What a huge challenge to put such a beautiful celebration together."
"All of the grandparents are far away and they will finally be able to attend a recital! Thank you for all of your hard work!"