“Thank you for introducing so many children to the joy of music, for all you do to enrich our children’s education and for everything AMUSE does for our community”. (J.A., Palos Verdes Estates, CA)
“We, as parents, believe it is AMUSE’s belief in, support and encouragement of, and respect for our child’s abilities that have allowed his talents to evolve in a safe place with people who genuinely care about the total child.” (C.J., Redondo Beach, CA )
Come join one of many music education classes AMUSE is having for Spring 2015!
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YOUNG SINGING STARS IN LOCAL CONCERT
Yilin Hsu-Wentlandt & Anthony Moreno at AMUSE
AMUSE Music Center, in partnership with the Pennyroyal Players, is delighted to present two young rising vocal stars in concert on Sunday, May 5, at 4:30 p.m., at AMUSE. Yilin Hsu-Wentlandt, mezzo-soprano, is a graduate of Pomona College in neuroscience and of El Camino College in music. She was a 2011 Mu Phi epsilon and Los Cancioneros Master Chorale Award recipient. In 2012 Ms. Wentland endeared audiences to her “Mother” in El Camino’s Amahl and the Night visitors. She holds a professional position with John Alexander Singers and Pacific Chorale in Orange County, with whom she performed in Paris. Additional performance highlights include Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand with Gustavo Dudamel; Andrea Bocelli; Reba McEntire; and Taiwan folk star Tai Chao-May. Ms. Wentlandt also sings in musical theatre and cabaret.
Anthony Moreno, baritone, began studying music at El Camino College and performed solos with the College orchestra, choir and chorale. He also sang with Ars Nova Sinfonia, under the direction of Dr. William Doyle, in Austria and Italy. Now a Bob Cole Scholar at California State University, Long Beach, he made his opera debut there in Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon as “Pandolfe” and was the baritone soloist in Brahms’s Ein Deutches Requiem. Mr. Moreno was recently honored with the Torrance Performing Arts Consortium’s “Making a Difference” award and with first place in the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions for the District of San Diego, as well as an award at the Western Regional Finals.
This performance, one in a series of AMUSE Musings Concerts, exemplifies how businesses and organizations in our community can work together to support music education and young musicians. AMUSE is honored to partner with the Pennyroyal Players to present this performance by Ms. Wentlandt and Mr. Moreno. Kenner Bailey will be the accompanist/collaborative artist.
Tickets for this concert are $15 (general admission), $12 (seniors) and $10 (students with ID). They may be purchased at AMUSE, 43C Peninsula Center, Rolling Hills Estates, or by phone: 310 377 7838.
Home Recording Workshop begins in a few short weeks! Sign up today!!
This Sunday is the annual AMUSE Student concert at the Norris Center for the Performing Arts (just across the street from AMUSE).
17 AMUSE teachers studios will be presenting 100 AMUSE students for this special event.
The show starts at 2pm.
Tickets are available at the Norris Theater Box Office or click here to purchase online.
General Admission: $8.00
Children Under 12/Seniors: $6.00
AMUSE Music Center is proud to announce a brand-new class for the Winter 2013 session: Computer Music/Home Recording Workshop. This workshop will consist of four two-hour Saturday classes beginning February 23, 2013. Class tuition is $199. Sign up before December 24, 2012 and receive our Early Bird Discount: 10% off tuition! Click on the flyer for more details:
Peninsula Symphonic Winds and AMUSE Music Center present “A Merry Little Concert”, featuring performances by AMUSE Vocal Ensembles AMUSE Singers and Vocality! Sunday, December 9th at 3pm in the Rolling Hills Covenant Church Community Center, 735 Silver Spur Rd. Tickets available at AMUSE Music Center! $10 for adults 12 years and older.