New Community Music School Program Led by Alarm Will Sound

| April 15, 2014
Alarm Will Sound

The Community Music School of Webster University offers a “Music Today” program led by nationally renowned contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound.

The Community Music School of Webster University offers a new program led by nationally renowned contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound.  The new program, “Music Today,” will be offered in fall 2014 for the full academic year.

“Music Today” introduces students to contemporary chamber music performance and the business-related skills of concert production. Students will be involved in all aspects of music-making: selecting repertoire, deciding on venue, designing marketing pieces, as well as rehearsing and performing the music. They will be guided by CMS faculty and members of Alarm Will Sound, a national leader among contemporary music ensembles.

The program is open to string, brass, woodwind, percussion, and piano students entering grades 7-12 and who are intermediate level or beyond.  Auditions are not required, however, an initial playing to determine ability and thus repertoire will be conducted as needed. “Music Today” will rehearse weekly at the Community Music School’s headquarters at 535 Garden Avenue in Webster Groves.

Applications for 2014-2015 “Music Today” are currently being accepted. Additional information and requirements are included in the Audition Information and Application Booklet, available online at www.webster.edu/cms or by calling (314) 968-5939.

Application deadline: Aug. 1, 2014. Auditions not required.

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