Faculty News

Right after our Summer Finale Concert, Lachlan McBane went to Cleveland to play with the Cleveland Orchestra. This is the second time he has been invited to play with them, thanks to Principal Violist Wesley Collins who went to Cleveland several years ago from Atlanta. Wesley was also on the faculty of Franklin Pond.
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Summer Finale Concert

Congratulations to everyone on a GREAT Summer Finale Concert! The kids worked so hard and played very well, especially after studying and being together only four weeks. BRAVO!

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Masterclass with Nick Curry

Saturday, July 29 was our dress rehearsal and last masterclass with Nick Curry of University of North Florida. Nick joined in all the festivities of the day; listening to all the groups at Kellett, our last lunch together at nearby Landmark Diner, and our last coaching sessions at the Pond. It’s always sad when the last person leaves!

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2017 Community Concerts

Bravo to our students for being able to put these Community Concerts together in four weeks! Well done!

Mt. Vernon Towers
Sandy Springs Library
Huntcliff Summit
Canterbury Court

Please join us for our upcoming Community Concert on Sunday, September 10!

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Masterclass with Stephen Majeske

Stephen Majeske came as our masterclass artist (July 24) and inspired everyone!

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Masterclass with Tom Key

Tom Key, well known actor and Artistic Director of Theatrical Outfit, worked with our students at the Pond today. He was absolutely fabulous and the kids seemed to have a good time. By the end of the masterclass, they were speaking with infinitely more self-assurance and not as shy about doing it. He worked on breathing, showing their own personality when they speak, looking people in the eye, and speaking so they can be heard.

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Summer Program 2017

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BRAVO to all our Competition winners!

The list is posted on our Competition page. All fifteen groups who competed sounded wonderful in Spivey Hall and showed off the huge amount of work it took to produce that high quality. The joy is in the process as well as the final presentation.┬áThank you to each one of the students for sharing your talent. Whether you won or not, your groups made wonderful music and gave to the world, at that time and place, a work of art that can’t be duplicated, even by you! Thank you also to the coaches and parents who worked with and supported these students. We hope those of you who can will work with your groups or form new groups to compete again in 2018 on Memorial Day weekend.

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Fall Into Spring Program

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1st Annual Georgia Chamber Music Competition

Enjoy photos from our incredible 1st Annual Chamber Music Competition at Spivey Hall!

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