WELCOME TO THE CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF MUSIC
The Connecticut School of Music is proud to bring world-class music education to Westport, Greenwich, and all of Fairfield County. Our school offers students custom-tailored music lessons inspired by techniques proven faster than traditional techniques used by ordinary schools. In addition, The Connecticut School of Music provides the same teachers, training, books and philosophy as those found at the top music conservatories at a fraction of the price.
Founded in 2000, the Connecticut School of Music provides instruction in Violin, Viola, and Cello; Classical, jazz, and rock guitar; Piano; Flute; Clarinet; Voice; Trumpet, Trombone, and Saxophone; and Composition. In addition, the school provides intensive studies in ear training (Solfège), music theory and chamber music.
We also have several different programs that students can choose to participate in, including a children’s orchestra and choir; a flute and cello ensemble; and chamber music ensembles. Contact us by phone at (203) 226-0805 or by email at email@example.com to learn more about enrollment information for the 2016-2017 school year.
The Connecticut School of Music in Performance
Here’s a video from one of our many memorable performances. Here, our school hosted a very special concert in the Westport Town Hall of South African music written and performed by the band Mikanic, plus members of Broadway’s Lion King, a member of Paul Simon’s band, Cello and Guitar ensemble students from the school, and school president/cellist Kenneth Kuo.
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Shira started playing the piano at a young age of four and since then, piano became her passion. She has a doctorate degree in Piano Performance from Stony Brook University in New York. Last week, Shira Shaked was in Chile to accompany world famous violinist Maxim Vengerov in a 90-minute performance, not including 5 encores! Here’s a quote from one of the critics’ review of the performance: “Maxim Vengerov is considered one of the greatest violinists o..
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