THE CONCORD COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL
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March 23, 2012
As a parent of two young children who enjoyed a wonderful singing program ("Purple Finches") at the school, I can say that they really have dedicated, passionate teachers who love what they do, and the students pick up that vibe. While my young children are "over-committed" and we haven't taken advantage of the opportunity to learn a musical instrument at the school, the school's reputation is excellent. The music teachers are well-respected musicians and performers in their own right (e.g. we had Paul Dysktra and Gregg Pauley as piano soloists for the Granite State Symphony Orchestra) and my daughter's friends have learned amazingly fast with the Suzuki violin program. We've enjoyed listening to the students and faculty perform at different times - just beautiful music! To look at the breadth and scope of the activities at the school gives some sense of the dedication, drive, and ability of the President, Peggy Senter, who stands out in the Concord nonprofit (and business) community for her ability to "make things happen" and grow the school to its present size and importance in the community. Not only do they have an incredible breadth in their programs, but they also offer possibilities for students who might not be financially able to attend. They help anchor a culture of performing arts in the capital region.
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