at 1838 Parkwood Ave, Toledo, 43697 United States
The Symphony School is a place where families come to learn and experience the power of music through private lessons, group classes, enrichment activities, and performances.
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We join in mourning the loss of an incredible musician and all around fantastic person. Sandra Clark was principal horn for the Toledo Symphony Orchestra. She was a devoted teacher, a very well respected administrator and wonderful musician. There were very few moments when Sandra could not be heard practicing in the Professional Building setting a great example for students as well as professional musicians! Sandra will be missed greatly…the building is not the same without her!
NEW HARP SECTION FOR AGES 11-15! Here is a link to registration information for summer classes at the Toledo Symphony School of Music. Children and adults can register for chamber music, flute choir, Vivace! Fiddlers (violins), cello class and a Harp Fantasy Camp. The three-evening harp camp might be the coolest thing being offered. TSO harpist Nancy Lendrim is providing 10 harps for 10 students who have never played harp but always wanted to try it. It's not on the forms, but she's JUST ADDED a 4:30 pm section for students ages 11-15. (7 pm section is for ages 15+). Registration deadline for harp is next week, so sign up soon if you're interested. http://www.toledosymphony.com/youth/tssm-programs-offered/
Week 2 of Music and Movement class starts tomorrow at 9:00 for 3-4 year olds and 9:50 for 4-5 year olds. There are a few spots in each class! Call the office if you are interested! (419) 418-0022
Group Classes have been cancelled for today, January 25th. Please contact your private teacher if you have a lesson scheduled for today!
Congratulations to the TSSM students who performed with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra on the concert today! Thanks to our helpers: Dorothy, Sandy and Kristi from the Toledo Symphony League as well as Linda Olrich and some fabulous parents who helped chaperone. Well Done!!
Reminder: this morning at 9:00 am is the first of three rehearsals for those students playing at the Mud Hens game on May 23rd! See you at the Professional Building!
It's official: TSSM string and flute students will be leading the National Anthem at the Saturday, May 23rd Mud Hens game! It will be here soon…start practicing your part now (even if it is just cheering loudly for the Hens!)!
Group classes (including Vivace! Strings) have been cancelled for this afternoon. If you have a private lesson scheduled for today, please contact your teacher directly to confirm your lesson. Stay warm!!
Please join us tomorrow night, Thursday, December 18th, 2014. Many of our pianists will perform at Swan Creek Retirement Village in Toledo. The program starts at 6:30 in the Chapel!!
It was a day of mixed emotions at the TSSM: we said good-bye to a great cello teacher (you will be missed, Aileen!). We are thankful for the hard work and dedication you have shown over the years. But sad feelings can't last long when you listen to spooky/funky/funny piano music at our Halloween Piano Play-In. All of the piano students that participate brought their best! Congratulations!
Registration for the 2015-2016 School Year is open! Check here often for information about the many group classes we are offering this year. For a complete listing, leave a comment in the messages! Today's Group Class Highlight: DALCROZE EURHTYHMICS In a nutshell, Dalcroze offers a holistic approach to music education. It is a high energy class full of singing, movement, rhythmic games and more. This is an excellent class to supplement your private lessons. If you are unsure about private lessons, this class is great way to gain exposure to different instruments and learn about music fundamentals in a fun, movement-oriented manner! Rachel Zeithamel is the instructor. 6 week session begins Saturday, September 19th. Enrollment is limited so contact the TSSM office today!
Congratulations to students, teachers and parents for a wonderful job leading The Star Spangled Banner at the Mud Hens tonight!