May 25, 2010 (SALISBURY, NC) – Students in the Salisbury School of Music’s After School String Ensemble presented their final, year-end performance on Friday, May 21, at Mooresville Christian Academy in Morrisville, under the direction of recording artist/violinist Frank Albert.
Students in the After School String Ensemble ranges from third to fifth graders and includes Kassidy Jones, Anna Blume, Abby Blume, Mason Sides, Karly Estabrook, Reagan Page, Taylor Maudlin and Sarah Ford.
Song selections for the year-end performance were: “Buckeye Salute” “Can Can,” “Ode To Joy,” “Fiddler’s Frolic,” “Largo” from the New World Symphony, and “Eye of the Tiger.”
“I was so impressed with the tremendous progress these kids made this year,” said Marc Hoffman, artistic director for the Salisbury School of Music. ”Mr. Albert and all of his students have done a wonderful job.”
Frank Albert is a veteran musician, teacher, recording artist and violinist with the Salisbury Symphony, music director at Mooresville Christian Academy, and he teaches the Symphony’s after-school strings program. He brings 15 years of teaching experience to the Salisbury School of Music.
For more information on Frank Albert, go to www.salisburyschoolofmusic.com/stafffrankalbert.html.
For more information on all of the classes and staff at the Salisbury School of Music, visit www.salisburyschoolofmusic.com.
About the Salisbury School of Music:
The Salisbury School of Music offers private and group instruction in vocal and instrumental music for all ages, and classes in a variety of music topics. All classes emphasize music theory along with technique in order to develop the “whole” musician. Our instructors are professional musicians and experienced teachers, most with advanced degrees in music. We also encourage student teachers and usually place them with beginning students. For more information: www.salisburyschoolofmusic.com. The School is also available on Facebook.