Miramar Cultural Center Partners with Palm Beach Symphony for Virtual Lessons

Yael Hyken - Credit Alex Markow

Yael HykenPhoto Credit Alex Markow

Weekly Virtual Lessons Led by Symphony Members

MIRAMAR –  The Miramar Cultural Center (MCC) has partnered with the Palm Beach Symphony (PBS) to bring free Classical Instrument Training to community members.

Each week in September, individuals will be able to learn the basics of playing orchestra instruments from professionals at the Palm Beach Symphony.

Camasha Cevieux, Director at the Miramar Cultural Center stated, “This is a unique opportunity to bring classical music to our community to engage, inspire and educate audiences in a creative and safe way. Family members of all ages will be able to participate and follow along with local experts.”

Lucas Sanchez - Ken Ge

Lucas Sanchez – Photo Credit Ken Ge

Palm Beach Symphony Director of Education and Operations, Olga M. Vazquez, PhD added, “This exciting partnership with the Miramar Cultural Center ArtsPark will enable us to pursue our mission and expand our educational programs to students in Broward. Together, we will provide a creative outlet through music to students who are coping with the stressful changes in their lives during this unprecedented time.”

The following instruments will be covered by Palm Beach Symphony musicians:

  • September 1-4: Flute– taught by Joseph Monticello
  • September 7-10: Percussion– taught by Lucas Sanchez
  • September 14-17: Clarinet- taught by Anna Brumbaugh
  • September 21-24: Trombone– taught by Domingo Pagliuca
  • September 28- October 1: Viola– taught by Yael Hyken

The Miramar Cultural Center’s YouTube channel will serve as the centerpiece of the virtual experience, with content added to the Live 2 U Virtual Programming @MiramarCultural.

Follow the Miramar Cultural Center’s Facebook and Instagram pages for the complete schedule @MiramarCultural.

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