2017 Chamber Music Competition

2017 Chamber Music Competition 2017 Chamber Music Competition

2017 Chamber Music Competition

2017 Chamber Music Competition 2017 Chamber Music Competition
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Chamber Music Competition Information

We're so excited to have a panel of renowned, esteemed judges for our 1st Annual Chamber Music Competition! Competition Judges Christopher O'Riley Acclaimed for his engaging and deeply committed performances, Christopher is known to millions as the host of NPR’s … [Read More...]

What’s Happening at FPCM

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REVISED SCHEDULE for 2017 Eurhythmics Classes

2017 Eurhythmics Classes with Brian Sweigart of Cleveland Institute of Music Adult Class - $40 per person Saturday, January 14, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Student Classes - $30 per person Saturday, January 14, 2:00 - 3:30 PM Saturday, January 14, 4:00 - 5:30 … [Read More...]

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Alumni Christmas Party

We had a wonderful time at the annual Christmas party! It's always fun to see our alumni and current students, watch them have such a good time reading chamber music, and catch up on what they have been doing. … [Read More...]

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Alumni in Chamber Music Concert

We are so proud of our Franklin Pond alums (Drew Forde, Olivia Hollady, Patrick Shelc, and Davis Butner) who played with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians in the chamber music concert on Sunday, January 8. … [Read More...]

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Franklin Pond Quartet at Crossroads

Franklin Pond Quartet performs their annual concert for Crossroads Community Ministries. … [Read More...]

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Franklin Pond and ASO at The High Museum

Members of Franklin Pond Chamber Music and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra joined forces at the Woodruff Arts Center's #CreateATL Family Fun Day on Sunday, December 11 and gave rousing performances of Antonio Vivaldi's "Winter" from The Four Seasons. Many thanks to the High … [Read More...]

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Time with Students at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Last Thursday (December 8), Lachlan McBane and Jun-Ching Lin (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians & Franklin Pond faculty) hosted about 130 elementary chorus students at Woodruff Arts Center Symphony Hall. They showed the kids around the hall -- backstage and downstairs … [Read More...]

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Franklin Pond Quartet in Concert

The Franklin Pond Quartet will perform in concert on the following dates: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 The Galloway School 7:00 PM Monday, February 27, 2017 Jasper, GA 7:30 PM … [Read More...]

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Concert at The Galloway School

The Franklin Pond Quartet played a wonderful lunchtime concert last Friday (November 11) at The Galloway School. The program included cameo performances by headmaster and cellist Suzanna Jemsby, flutist and parent Jane Blount, and Galloway student cellist Ilana Hilley who is … [Read More...]

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Brad Ritchie plays at Abernathy Arts Center

Faculty member Brad Ritchie played beautifully last Tuesday (October 25) at Abernathy Arts Center for Sandy Springs Reads. He played special selection of Albinoni and music from a Bach cello suite. … [Read More...]

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Summer Finale Concert

Our Summer Finale Concert was held on Tuesday, July 26. The day before was our last Monday coaching and a run-through of the concert for the next day with Jun-Ching Lin presiding. We did something differently this year for the concert and have gotten a lot of good feedback … [Read More...]

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Community Concerts

The week of July 18 was Community Concert week! The concerts were at Huntcliff Summit, Sandy Springs Day Camp, Sandy Springs Library, and Canterbury Court. The students practiced what they learned about public speaking at Tom Key's masterclass and played beautifully. … [Read More...]

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Visit with Bill Allgood

On Friday, July 22, we all went to Allgood Media and Bill Allgood recorded each group while the others listened and marked observations in their scores. They then compared notes with the performing group as they heard the recording together. Thank you Bill for doing this … [Read More...]