Musical Masterworks and Community Music School are pleased to announce the recipient of the fourth annual Musical Masterworks Scholarship in Honor of Nancy D. Thomas.
Elizabeth Steindl, the 2020 recipient of the Musical Masterworks Scholarship in Honor of Nancy D. Thomas, is eleven and in sixth grade at Old Saybrook Middle School. Elizabeth studies violin with Martha Herrle at Community Music School, and also plays clarinet in her school band, sings in her school chorus, and is a regular participant in area music camps. She loves animals, music, and nature.
The Musical Masterworks Scholarship in Honor of Nancy D. Thomas provides the tuition for a middle school student to take music lessons, 30 minutes each, for one full year at Community Music School. The scholarship is awarded annually. To be eligible, the candidate must be a student of classical voice or instrumental music and reside in Middlesex County or New London County.
About Community Music School
Community Music School offers innovative music programming for infants through adults, building on a 37-year tradition of providing quality music instruction to residents of shoreline communities. CMS programs cultivate musical ability and creativity while providing students with a thorough understanding of music, so they can enjoy playing and listening for their entire lives. Learn more at www.cmsct.org or call 860.767.0026.
About Musical Masterworks
Musical Masterworks brings to Southern New England world-class chamber music performances and outreach programs which attract, entertain, and educate a diverse audience. Launching its 30th season soon, Musical Masterworks offers five weekends of performances from October through May in Old Lyme. Learn more by visiting www.musicalmasterworks.org or by calling 860.434.2252.