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New Faculty Members Join Music School

Concord Community Music School is pleased to welcome three new faculty members:

Concord – Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, (Music Therapy Director) earned a bachelor of music degree from Anna Maria College, double-majoring in music therapy and psychology. She is a board-certified music therapist and a member of the American Music Therapy Association. Hartley has clinical experience working with children, adolescents and adults with developmental, behavioral, emotional and psychological disabilities.

Carrie LeSage (Suzuki violin), an alumna of the Music School, earned a bachelor of music degree in violin performance from the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University and is certified by the Suzuki Association of the Americas to teach books 1-5. LeSage is a member of Symphony NH and also performs with the Granite State Symphony and other ensembles around New Hampshire.

Suzuki Program Director Lissa Thomas said, “Carrie shares the ideology of the Suzuki philosophy, has fully embraced the goals set forth for the program, and is a fabulous musician.”

Davis Ross (classical and jazz guitar) earned a B.M. in guitar performance and a B.A. in both composition and theory from Keene State College before going on to earn a M.M. and a Graduate Performance Diploma from the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University, where he served as the teaching assistant in the renowned guitar department. He has performed extensively throughout the United States and has won several international prizes and awards in guitar festivals and competitions.

For more information about Concord Community Music School, visit www.ccmusicschool.org.

Concord Community Music School is a full member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts and is recognized nationally for program innovation and management excellence. Welcoming adults, teens and children of all musical abilities, 55 artist teachers reach more than 33,000 people in four states with educational programs, concerts, workshops and community partnerships. CCMS has received major funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Hearst Foundation, New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, Jane’s Trust, and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and is the 2005 recipient of the NH Governor’s Arts Award for Cultural Access Leadership.

Posted on: October 29, 2012
Topics: Staff Changes

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