An important benefit of lessons at Star City Music Studios is the performance experience our students receive at our regularly occurring Performance Classes: informal performances where students play for one another and receive constructive criticism.
National Federation of Music Clubs’ Young Artist Nicholas Susi will perform at Christ United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 23rd, at 3:00 pm. The program will feature the music of Lizst, Ravel, Glass, Rzewski, Scarlatti, and Rossini.
Students of Star City Music Studios will present a Halloween recital on Friday, October 28th, at 5:30 pm, at St. Jacob’s Lutheran Church in Miamisburg. The recital will feature fun and spooky Halloween and seasonal music, and Star City Music Studios will provide light refreshments.
Our first Instrument Performance Class is scheduled for Friday, October 14th, at 5:00 pm. Performance classes are an opportunity for students to play for other faculty and students in a relaxed, non-recital atmosphere.
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra violinist Bill Slusser and Star City Music Studios pianist Samee Griffith will present a free recital of music for violin and piano at Grace Lutheran Church in West Carrollton on Sunday, September 25th, at 1:30 pm.
SCMS Owners and Instructors Samee Griffith and Aaron Mood will present a free concert of solo and duet music for piano on Sunday, August 28th, at 4:00 pm at Grace Lutheran Church in West Carrollton.
Magdalena Greenewald, soprano, and SCMS Instructor Aaron Mood, piano, will present a free concert of works for voice and piano on Sunday, June 24th, at 4:00 pm, at Grace Lutheran Church in West Carrollton.
Star City Music Studios will be hosting Dayton Parent Magazine for their August Playdate THIS Saturday, 8/6, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. There will be instrument demos, a Musikgarten early childhood program demo, and vendors from area businesses.
Designed for students with no prior musical experience, this camp showcases a different instrument each day of the week. Students will have the opportunity to try out each instrument and hear a brief performance from our guest instructor.
Students will spend a week learning how to perform with other musicians in small groups of up to six. Students will receive individual and group instruction, and will perform in a chamber recital at the conclusion of the camp.