SCMS is excited to welcome percussionist Alex Hisle. Alex is an award-winning Percussion Educator/Performer/Recording Artist from the OH/KY/IN tri-state area. Alex attended Northern Kentucky University as a music education and performance major, earning his B.M. in 2015.
Star City Music Studios is pleased to welcome cellist Debbie Hall. Debbie is a junior at Wright State and is accepting new and transfer students for cello and piano lessons.
Based on feedback from currently registered students, we’ve revised some of the dates and times for our camps. Here are the links to find all of the information about our camps.
Our fourth annual Spring Studio Recitals will be held on Saturday, May 20th, at Trinity Church in Miamisburg. Due to the number of students involved, we’re presenting two recitals, at 6:00 and 7:30 pm. Both are free and open to the public; please contact us for your free tickets!
Star City Music Studios’ First Annual Student Competition was held on Saturday, April 29th, at Trinity Church in Miamisburg. The field of 11 competitors performed for guest judge Amanda Roberts of Wright State University, who named first and second place, as well as three honorable mentions.
Registration is now open for all of our summer camps, including brass, guitar, piano, and our popular instrument sampler camp. For a full list of camps, pricing, and schedules, please visit our Summer Camp page.
Registered students will perform in the First Annual SCMS Student Competition in an open recital on Saturday, April 29th, at 10:00 am at Trinity Church in Miamisburg. Star City Music Studios will welcome guest adjudicator Amanda Roberts who will judge the competition. Free admission.
Students participated in the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs District III-E Junior festival on March 11th at the University of Dayton and earned 12 Unanimous Superiors, three Superiors, and three Excellents. In addition, four students qualified for their 15-point cups!
Congratulations to Clarinet Instructor Patrick Fansler, who was named a finalist in Wright State University’s Young Artist Competition. After competing in the preliminary round on March 11th, Patrick was named a finalist and invited to compete in the final round concert on Sunday, April 9th.
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra violinist Bill Slusser and Star City Music Studio’s Dr. Samee Griffith will perform “Hymns & Gospel Songs” on Sunday, April 2nd, at 4:00 pm. at Trinity Church in Miamisburg. This is the second concert in the inaugural season of our Community Concert Series. Free admission.