Tuned in to Healing

Tuned in to healing: How movement, song can be a health benefit By Heather Bigelow Hearne This article was published in the Concord Monitor on October 20, 2022. Click here to view the pdf of the original article. As we move into our later years of life, several health and wellness problems start to collect … Read more

Announcing our Bach’s Lunch Series Lineup

Music and Lectures from Around the World Highlight 2022-23 Bach’s Lunch Series We are excited to announce the entire lineup of Bach’s Lunch series lectures and performances for the 2022-23 season. The artist series kicks off in October and continues through May and is free and open to the public. All events in the series … Read more

Rising Starr

“Rising Starr” – Jonathan Starr Alumni Feature, October 2022 When Musician Second Class Jon Starr took the Recital Hall stage with the Navy Band Northeast Brass Quintet on September 12, it was a true homecoming. Eighteen years removed from his last performance at Concord Community Music School, Starr helped kick off the 2022 fall semester … Read more

Dan Faiella

Dan Faiella (folk ensembles) is a guitarist specializing in traditional Celtic music. Trained as an accompanist through years of playing for New England contra dances and alongside Irish fiddlers, he has performed at venues and festivals around the country with numerous traditional music groups, as well as in a duo with his sister and longtime … Read more

Songweavers Women’s Chorus Director (part-time)

POSITION: Concord Community Music School seeks an experienced teaching artist with outstanding abilities to lead its Songweavers Women’s Chorus. Songweavers is a non-auditioned women’s community chorus based on the belief that everyone can sing. Over its 30+ year history, it has grown into a joyous, dedicated, inclusive, and friendly community. Music is learned by ear, … Read more

Cello Instructor (part-time)

POSITION: Concord Community Music School seeks an experienced cello teaching artist with outstanding abilities to work with students of all ages in private and group settings.  DUTIES: Teach private lessons. Work with String department chair as needed to support students and families. Attend the annual faculty meeting and open house. Prepare students for workshops, recitals, … Read more

Mike Stockbridge

Mike Stockbridge (banjo, guitar, mandolin, ukulele) started his professional journey in music over twenty five years ago. He has attended both Berklee College of Music and the University of Maine at Augusta, receiving a Bachelors of Music in Jazz and Contemporary Music from the latter. Mike has continually worked as an in-demand music educator all … Read more

Jennie O’Brien

Jennie O’Brien (voice-soprano) is a graduate of Boston University with Bachelor of Music, one in Vocal Performance and the other in Music Education and a Master’s in Education from University of Massachusetts Boston specializing in teaching students with visual impairments. A soloist for several area churches, Jennie has also performed with Newton Choral Society, Longy Chamber … Read more

Jan Fuller

Jan Fuller (cello) is a Concord New Hampshire resident and began his studies at the age of five. Fuller has performed across the east coast as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, performing at prestigious halls such as Jordan Hall, Sanders Theater, Symphony Hall, Alice Tully, and Carnegie Hall. Fuller has participated at festivals such … Read more

Natalie Talbot

Natalie Talbot

Natalie Talbot (flute) developed an interest in Historical Performance while studying under Christopher Krueger at UMass Amherst. She holds a B.A. and an M.M. in modern flute performance (UMass) as well as a Masters of Music in Historical Flute Performance (Oberlin College). While studying under Michael Lynn at Oberlin, Natalie gained performing experience Baroque flute … Read more