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Recitals, Classes and More From FMDG Music School

The Filomen M D’Agostino Greenberg (FMDG) School continues to offer performances and instruction, as it has throughout – and despite – the pandemic. Two events being held tomorrow, June 5, are: the Spring Comprehensive Music Program for Young People (CMPYP Recital) at 1 pm and, at 7 pm, “Presenting M. Leona Godin,” Author of “There Plant Eyes: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness,” partnering with the Blind Writers Salon, at the Strand Book Store.

On June 11, at 7 pm, the Spring Adult Recital will be featured, and on June 12 at 1 pm, a webinar on Accessible Music Technology, presented by Yo Kano, from FMDG, and pianist and former student Matthew Whitaker. For more information. During the summer, a number of mini-courses are available, on such topics as “Managing Performance Anxiety,” “Try a New Wind Instrument,” and “Improv 101.” To learn more about the classes, enrollment and tuition, visit the FMDG website Music Classes listings.