March 16th, 4 PM
Join us at CYM Sewickley for guitar teacher Mr. Erich’s Community Concert!
March 3rd, 1-3:30 PM
Student tickets available for CYM Students who paid the Workshop and Activities fee. Additional tickets are $31. If interested, contact Karen Schnatterly at firstname.lastname@example.org before February 15th.
Ms. Simmi and CYM Piano Students on SLB
3…2…1…and we’re live! Tune into the Saturday Light Brigade on 88.3 WRCT to hear Ms. Simmi and her piano students! Time TBA.
February 23rd, 10 AM
The CYM Guitar Group and Guitar Chamber Music class will be performing in the Heinz Hall lobby before the Fiddlesticks concert with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. CYM Guitarists will be performing as part of special presentations for the children in the audience.
Discounted tickets are available for CYM families!!!
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If you have any questions please call 724-935-0505 or email Mr. Mark at email@example.com
New Year, New Goals! One of the best ways to make progress in anything is to set goals for yourself. January is a natural time to think about a path of success and how to achieve all that your heart desires! At Center for Young Musicians, we believe in having our students set goals – for performance, for musicianship, and for bringing music into the lives of others! Every student has a “CYM Annual Goals” card. How many items has your student checked off in “Performance and Event Goals”? Three? Four? Check the calendar for upcoming events, and talk with your teacher! Let’s see 7 check-marks on your card this session! Reach for the stars!
Congratulations to piano student of Ms. Simmi, Kenzie Bucchi, for being awarded with a 200-Day Practice Challenge trophy! Not only did Kenzie give a great performance at the Holiday Concert, but she worked very hard for 200 straight days to achieve this huge accomplishment. Keep it up, Kenzie!
The evening of December 21st, the First Unitarian Church of Shadyside was bustling with activity- several meetings and a dance recital were going on upstairs, and downstairs, was CYM’s 2018 Holiday Concert. With 34 student performers, this concert was well over double the size of last year’s Holiday Concert. The space was packed with proud parents, dedicated students, and young children, who sat up front admiring and learning from the performers. The hour long performance lead by guitar teacher Mr. Erich included piano, violin, cello, and guitar students. We are so proud of everyone for closing out the 2018 year with smiling faces, beautiful music, and an atmosphere of positive energy.
Our cello and violin students entertained concert-goers of the Nutcracker at the beautiful Heinz Hall. They gave pre-concert and intermission performances, and got to watch the Nutcracker. It has been so fun to see our young musicians perform all through Pittsburgh this holiday season; and we are so proud of all who have participated.
A big congratulations to Eliza, cello student of Mr. Ryan, who graduated from Suzuki Book 2 last Saturday! Completing a Suzuki book takes many months of hard work and dedication. Good luck with your future cello endeavors, Eliza!