Our Fourth Annual Spring Recitals and Awards Ceremonies, held Saturday, May 19th, capped off another academic year of amazing student accomplishments and great music-making.
Congratulations to brass instructor Jacob Walker and Rhythm X for winning the 2018 Winter Guard International competition. This is the second year that Rhythm X has taken home the championship!
The 2nd Annual Studio Competition was held on Saturday, April 21st, at Trinity Church. Congratulations to Keegan T. (1st); Mallika D. (2nd); and Ashika D., Sophia K., and Matthias H. (hon. mentions).
Almost 30 students from Star City Music Studios participated in the National Federation of Music Clubs district festival on Saturday, March 10th, at the University of Dayton. Congratulations to the following students for receiving some of the top ratings at the festival!
Star City Music Studios will be closed for Spring Break from Friday, March 30th, through Sunday, April 8th. Our office will remain open to answer calls, but students will not have lessons, unless their instructors have discussed make-up lessons with them directly.
Missed one of our studio recitals, or want to see one of our community concerts again? All of the recitals are posted on our youtube channel. Click on the performances tab at the top of this page or click here to go directly to our channel.
Instructors Magdalena Kirsch, Moira Levant, and Dr. Samee Griffith performed at the Miamisburg City Council Installation Ceremony on Sunday, December 31st, at the Plaza Theatre. They played musical selections throughout the ceremony, including the National Anthem and God Bless America.
Our 20-week Spring Term begins on Friday January 5th and will run through early June. For a full list of all events and holidays, please click on the “calendar” tab.
Music lessons make great gifts! A gift certificate from Star City Music Studios can be purchased for any instrument or voice and for any number of lessons.
We are excited to welcome our newest instructor, percussionist Ian Mortensen. Ian is a graduate of the University of Dayton and a published composer