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First Sunday Music Series
Dana Hall School of Music continues its faculty showcase series with a concert featuring performances by faculty members Daniel Doña (viola), Kanako Nishikawa (piano), Wendy Vignaux (flute) and Amanda Romano (harp). Featured works will include Debussy, Hindemith and Schubert.
The First Sunday Music Series is a performance series hosted by Dana Hall School of Music. Each month features different members of the music faculty as well as guest artists. "We created the series to honor the incredible performing talent of our many music instructors" said Jennifer Gaul, Director. "We are extremely fortunate to have access to these high calibre musicians and we wanted to make sure our community had an opportunity to experience their talent. And Beveridge Hall is a beautiful setting for our concerts with wonderful acoustics."
The First Sunday Music Series is free and open to the community. It takes place in Beveridge Hall, 45 Dana Road on the Dana Hall campus.
More About Dana Hall School of Music
Dana Hall School of Music offers private music lessons in piano, string, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments, and voice. Classes are offered on a weekly basis for a half-hour, 45-minute and full-hour periods. Classes run on a 16 week basis and are open to people of all ages.
The music school is part of the Dana Hall School, a boarding and day school for girls located near downtown Wellesley.