The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at 111 Church Hill Rd, Sandy Hook, CT. Tickets are $25.00, refreshments will be served. Call the school at (203) 426-3939 to reserve your tickets.
Report by Paula Antolini
October 23, 2016 6:31PM EDT
Suzuki Music School in Sandy Hook Begins Their Concert Series with a Scottish Duo, Alan Reid & Rob van Sante, Nov. 2nd
The Suzuki Music School in Sandy Hook is beginning their concert series Wednesday, November 2nd, with a Scottish duo, Alan Reid & Rob van Sante. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at 111 Church Hill Rd, Sandy Hook, CT. Tickets are $25.00, refreshments will be served. Call the school at (203) 426-3939 to reserve your tickets.
Alan Reid was an integral part of the renowned Battlefield Band from 1969 till 2010, touring the world and recording 30+ albums. His pioneering keyboard work and songwriting have
long been lauded. He was nominated as composer of the year at the Scots Tradition Awards in 2009 and also contributed to the acclaimed Linn Records series on the complete works of
Alan Reid … a singing voice which comes over as effortless, and undoubted ability as a songwriter. His emotion filled ‘The Road of Tears’ one of the highlights.
– THE PERTHSHIRE ADVERTISER
Rob van Sante is a tasteful and highly respected singer and guitarist with a wealth of experience playing with a variety of prominent English folk and Celtic musicians.
‘Rob van Sante provides beautiful guitar backing … with gentle passion eliciting harmonies and driving rhythms…delivering songs with heartfelt sincerity.’
– THE BEAT MAGAZINE, LONDON, ONTARIO
THE SUZUKI TALENT EDUCATION SCHOOL
111 Church Hill Rd, Sandy Hook, CT
The Suzuki Talent Education School of Sandy Hook Village has been offering quality music education for children and adults since 1977. From its earliest beginnings, the school has strived to follow the teachings of Dr. Suzuki who believed the most important goal was the development of the whole child through music education. The School was founded in 1977 by W. Jeanne Luedke in South Britain, CT. The school moved to Newtown in 1985. In 1987, Helen Malyszka and Andrew Lafreniere became co-directors when they purchased the business. The School has been in its current location in Sandy Hook since 1992.