No matter how old or young you are, there is always time to pick up
an instrument and make some music! The Plugged In teen music program
aims to provide young aspiring musicians an opportunity to meet with our
private music teachers with our upcoming "Meet the Teachers" event!
Come meet our staff and learn about all the possibilities music has to
Join us as we introduce you to these experienced,
well-trained, and friendly music teachers who have dedicated their
careers to building the foundations of music for the world to dance
You can become familiar with our teachers, learn more about
their teaching styles, and even sign up for private lessons or our fall
Meet the Teachers! (Session 2)
Sunday, August 25, 2013
3:00pm - 5:00pm
20 Freeman Place
Needham, MA 02492
Parking is available in the lot behind the building.
No RSVP or registration is required. This even is open to ALL AGES!
In is a non-profit organization aimed at providing a nurturing and
supporting community for musicians ages 8-18 in which they can feel a
sense of belonging, as well as providing them an opportunity to give
back to the community by raising both funds and awareness for various
organizations of the students' choosing. For more information, visit http://www.pluggedinband.org/.
About the founders
Pugh and Sandra Rizkallah established the Plugged In teen music program
in 2002. Tom Pugh, a Berklee alumnus and musician with thirty years of
experience, is the music director for Plugged In. He is a member of two
Boston-based bands and has played at the Montreal Jazz Festival. He has
also been an engineer at WGBH in Boston for more than twenty years.
Sandra Rizkallah has a degree in film and television from Emerson
College, has produced her own documentaries, and has worked in the
post-production department of Nova at WGBH.