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home : news : north central illinois   September 14, 2014

12/23/2013 8:27:00 AM
VIDEO: Teachers, talent from music academy give free concert at lodge


A local music academy gave a free concert Sunday in the Great Hall at Starved Rock Lodge.
During the free “Maestro & Mi Holiday Glee!” concert in Starved Rock Lodge on Sunday. “Maestro” music academy teachers and talent performed in front of an audience of about 175 people in the lodge. Though the musicians and vocalists performed several holiday favorites, they also played some less-frequently-heard tunes. To hear more on video, including a well-known retired music teacher playing “Huron Carol” on Native American flute, click on the video.NewsTribune photo/Craig Sterrett
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During the free “Maestro & Mi Holiday Glee!” concert in Starved Rock Lodge on Sunday. “Maestro” music academy teachers and talent performed in front of an audience of about 175 people in the lodge. Though the musicians and vocalists performed several holiday favorites, they also played some less-frequently-heard tunes. To hear more on video, including a well-known retired music teacher playing “Huron Carol” on Native American flute, click on the video.
NewsTribune photo/Craig Sterrett
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Phil Valle served as master of ceremonies as teachers and talent from the Maestro & Mi Music Academy gave a free concert to about 175 people.

Starved Rock Lodge's Great Hall was the setting as the vocalists and musicians performed a few all-time favorite Christmas songs as well as a few pieces that aren't heard very often in the United States. Those included a quartet singing the Welsch traditional piece, "The Wexford Carol" and retired brass teacher David Peterson playing Native American flute for "Huron Carol."












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