Friday Night Club
CYM Sewickley at 7pm
Our first Friday Night Club of the year was held on Friday October 5th! The club provides a fun, relaxed opportunity for our students to share music they have been working on!
For information on upcoming Friday Night Clubs, email Mr. Erich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CYM 25th Year Kick Off
Thank you to everyone who came to our Kickoff Party! Wow- 25 years of memories, music, and friendship! What a great celebration we had commemorating this wonderful milestone! The Graeter’s ice cream was fabulous (now you know!) and we had stellar performances from our CYM students and faculty all afternoon!
The stage is set!
Everyone raved about the ice cream!
CYM Faculty and Staff getting into the celebration!
Victoria and the Carey family!
Alicia and CYM alumni parents, Tom Cully and Sarah Heres!
Piano students Andrew Li, Clara Yuo, Lakshmi Mulgund, Jayne Miner & Abby Bojalad enjoy an afternoon at Heinz Hall before a PSO concert.
On Sunday, June 10, Ms. Simmi Tripathi led several of her students to beautiful Heinz Hall to play in the lobby for the pre-PSO performance audience.
CYM students have performed regularly at Heinz Hall for over 20 years. Each performance reminds of us how grateful we are to enjoy such a substantial cultural resource.
Thank you PSO!
Cello Faculty Member, Ryan Ash, and students performed June 8 at Millie’s Ice Cream in Shadyside. Not much can compare to a group of cellists able to create a completely chill vibe. In addition to sounding great, the young cellists were treated to their choice of ice cream.
Millie’s is a locally-produced treat with two locations, one in Shadyside and one in Market Square. You can pick up Millie’s at all Market Square versions of Giant Eagle, at T-bones in Wexford, and at B Gourmet in Sewickley.
Visit Millie’s on the web at http://www.millieshomemade.com/
Thanks, Millie’s for the flavors and the friendship!
Children enjoyed a special “concert” last May in a format specifically designed with our youngest musicians in mind! Students were treated to a series of musical activities alternating with short performances by our faculty representing each instrument offered for study at CYM.
This summer we sure had some fun with the folk cousin of the violin: the fiddle! Our young violinists used techniques they already knew to explore the basics of fiddling technique! They learned lots of new tunes together, and experimented with some familiar tunes. They traveled around the world to visit fiddle music from different cultures. Fiddlers played, practiced, and jammed together to make a summer full of folk music and fun!