What's Coming Up 

February 1
7:00 p.m.
Open Jazz Jam Session*

February 2
7:00 p.m.
Adult Student Recital*

February 4
12:10 p.m.
Bach's Lunch Lecture *
"Everyone's Favorite Sideman:
Artful Collaboration"
Matt Langley, speaker

February 5
5:00 p.m.
McGowan Fine Art Opening
Kristin Selesnick, artist 
& Music School registrar

February 11
12:10 p.m.
Bach's Lunch Concert*
" Midnight at the Oasis:
Tropical Love Songs"
Peggo Horstmann Hodes, soprano
Kent Allyn, piano

February 12
7:00 p.m.
Student Recital*

February 16
4:00 p.m.
Student Recital at Havenwood*

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*Free and open to the public.

Events are located in the Recital Hall unless otherwise noted.

Dates, times, and locations subject to change. For tickets and up-to-date event information, visit  www.ccmusicschool.org or call 603-228-1196.

Thank you to our sponsors!

The Bach's Lunch Series is sponsored by the Timothy and Abigail Walker Lecture Fund and the Couch Trusts; TD Wealth Management, NA; Trustee.

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Peg Cawley:
A Musician's Legacy

Margaret "Peg" Cawley (1921-2015) was an accomplished musician and music teacher whose instruments included the flute, recorder, harpsichord, and viola da gamba. She taught music at SUNY Oneonta, where she also led choral and chamber music groups and orchestras. After she retired and moved to Concord, Cawley and her special friend Jean London were frequent attendees at Concord Community Music School concerts.

Now, her commitment to music lives on in her generous bequest to the Music School. Peggy Senter, president of the Music School, wrote this tribute.

I first met Peg and Jean after they moved to Concord and became frequent audience members at Music School concerts.  Peg was a discerning audience member, so we always felt honored to earn her praise.

Spring Semester Begins February 1

Join us for lessons, ensembles, & classes!

Call  603-228-1196  or visit 
for more information. 

Registration is ongoing through the 
spring semester if space is available.

From classical to classic rock, early childhood programs to ensembles, and flutes to fiddles, the Music School offers a wide range of opportunities for students of all ages and levels to pursue their musical interests.

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From the Music School
to the Royal Conservatoire:
Fiddler Madeleine Stewart
Music School alumna Madeleine Stewart is studying traditional music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland  (RCS). She sent us this update.

The community that surrounds these places is so important. Students and teachers are friends and family, peers and mentors. 

 At my senior concert at CCMS, I felt so much at home on the Recital Hall stage; the audience was familiar and the musicians with me were my friends. At RCS I have found the same kind of home in another place, and I wouldn't have discovered it without having this community in Concord to begin with.

Stewart performs at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow.

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