Preparatory and Community Piano Family Recital
March 09, 2013 at 06:30 PM
The Preparatory and Community Piano Program faculty will perform their annual recital on Saturday, March 9, at 6:30 p.m., at Concordia University Chicago.
Rooted in community outreach, the Preparatory and Community Piano Program at Concordia-Chicago stands out among the hundreds of piano instruction programs in Chicagoland by providing equal doses of repertoire, reading, theory and technique to both its children and adult students. Faculty pianists Billie Howard, Emily Jane Katayama and PCPP founder Craig Sale will perform works by Schumann, Rameau, Bonds and Coleridge-Taylor.
For more information on the Preparatory and Community Piano Program and its faculty recital, visit CUChicago.edu/community-piano.
The Preparatory and Community Piano Program was founded by Concordia-Chicago faculty member Craig Sale more than 25 years ago to promote music as part of the overall development of children, integrating education and community. Students at any level, from beginning to advanced, are eligible for lessons from our highly trained staff. To register for classes, contact Sale at 708-209-3141.