SSSG Notes March 3, 2017

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Dear SSSG families,

Please know that there are regular Group classes this Saturday March 4.
This Saturday is also the SSSG's Music fair! Please help us spread the word!

Janet Johnson
Suzuki String School of Guelph
administrative assistant
519-821-2890

SSSG Music Fair MF
SSSG Music Fair-Face Painters & Buskers needed FP


The SSSG Music Fair seeks youth musicians to help make this day fun & celebratory!

Please fill in the doodle poll if you are able to help with:

  Face Painting (ages 12 yrs & up):
 http://doodle.com/poll/u48esm3i7txk3t9x 










Busking
in the GYMC Lobby (feel free to gather with up to x 3 fellow musicians):
http://doodle.com/poll/urb2pdv5mgr84a5f



SSSG Music Fair-donations fair
The SSSG Music Fair is fast approaching on March 4.  Please keep an eye out for any used books, cds or dvds to donate to the fair! Please leave any donations by the file folders at the GYMC.  Thanks for your support & generosity!

SSSG Senior Ensemble performance senior
Bring your friends and family, this is the inspiration you have been looking for! SSSG's very own touring ensemble, performing at the GYMC, just for you!



GSO's Musical Blooms blooms
Musical Blooms 
On  Sunday, March 5 at 2 pm , celebrate the early arrival of spring with the second violins of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra at the Wellington County Museum,  0536 Wellington Road 18, Elora, between Fergus and Elora.  Music, conversation, coffee and cookies in an intimate setting.
"Enjoy a unique blend of personal music in an intimate setting where performer and audience together create the experience"

The second violins of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra: Paule Barsalou, Janet Diebel, Carmen Evans, Alison Feuerwerker, Veronica Kroes, Elayne Ras and Janine Smith, with Ken Gee at the piano

The programme will included works by Mozart, Vivaldi, Telemann, Brahms, Fauré, Suk, Hellmesberger, Gounod and others.
Tickets: $10 available at the door


The Guelph Connections Series connection