PRLog - Aug. 3, 2011 - CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Amali Premawardhana, cellist and graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, currently enjoys a career as a classical orchestral and chamber musician. Her primary teachers while in school were Julia Lichten and Margo Tatgenhorst-
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About the Director
Janet Angier is best known in Westchester as the founder and director of Music in Chappaqua, the very successful and multi-faceted school of music, Janet has an enterprising background beginning with her graduation in performance with honors from the New England Conservatory of Music, continuing with engagements with the Taiwan National Symphony and the Vienna Symphonietta, among others. But she has perhaps found her real niche as an organizer and inspirer of the many musical activities of young people, typified by her innovative and ambitious approach to programming.
Interested in Enrolling?
The first step of enrollment at Music in Chappaqua is to schedule a private meeting by phone or in person with our director Janet Angier. During this meeting students learning styles, experience and schedule will be discussed. After the most appropriate teacher is selected for the student, a trial lesson is recommended.
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A tightly knit staff of well educated professional musicians, instructors, and administrators who share a common goal: the success of our students. In order to provide the best experience, the faculty carefully creates each student schedule, ensuring that the student is matched with the proper instructor and other students. No student is "thrown" into a class. Our instructors are patient and have many years of experience. They know how to maintain a healthy balance between teaching what the student wants to learn and what is best for his or her development. The staff is always available to listen and address the needs of our students.