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The hill country was alive with the sound of music as the students of Theresa Britt’s Violin Studio preformed in their very first group concert. Over 30 students performed at the Hill Country Evangelical Free Church, showcasing songs ranging from Bach to “Twinkle-Twinkle, .”
The performance began at 3pm with a duet of Allyson and Christy Ward playing Bach’s “” and progressed to a mass performance where students of all skill levels and ages joined together to play.
This is the second performance for Theresa’s studio, which has been working with students since this summer.
Teaching students ranging from 5 years to adult, Theresa hopes to build character through talent education; by following the Suzuki philosophy of string education, she feels that by “learning how to be better musicians, students learn how to be better people.”
Happy Holidays, Everyone:
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. The month of December is looking very hectic. I know you all have a calendar that is just as full as mine. Hopefully, everything will slow down in time for us to enjoy Christmas with our families. In this newsletter, I have included information about the December 11 Group Recital and MUCH MORE.
December 11 Group Recital 3 p.m. at the Evangelical Free Church in Fredericksburg at 107 East Lower Crabapple Road in Fredericksburg.
Community members who play violin, viola, and cello are invited to participate in the Fredericksburg Community Orchestra Christmas Carol Ensemble. Sessions will be held Friday, December 10 and 17 at 7 p.m. in the Social Hall at the Gillespie County Historical Society at 312 W. San Antonio. For more information please contact Theresa Britt at (806) 549-2483 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The community is welcome to observe and listen.
On Friday, December 3, 2010, six community members, including Theresa Britt, Brenda Boenig, Phil Houseal, Kathy Lux, John Reeve, and Tammy Widener, joined together to play Christmas carols at the founding meeting of the Fredericksburg Community Orchestra. One audience member, Kent Rylander, was in attendance. The noise from the parade down Main Street in Fredericksburg was in the background as the group played!