We’ve been in the process of establishing the Centre Theater Music School for so long now it seems more like a medical procedure than a process. I’ve been saying it for years, and I’m going to keep saying it until it actually comes to fruition: Norristown can revitalize itself with the help of the arts. It has happened time and time again throughout Montgomery County and all of southeastern Pennsylvania.
Perhaps, what we’ve needed all along is something special, something unique to kick start the movement.
This is that something special.
When was the last time you had the opportunity to hear live, classical music in Norristown?
And the caliber will be something to behold.
Steve Kramer is bringing a few of his friends with him to Norristown on June 28, including a first chair violinist from the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. I have learned there are several first chair violinists, but one is also known as the concert master. I’m not sure why that is, but I’ll ask Steve when he gets a few minutes to himself.
Right now he’s preparing for the afternoon, and also teaching at Musicopia.
The afternoon, by the way, starts with cocktails at 2 p.m. and the performance begins at 3 p.m.
In my latest rant,
which is more of a plea this week, I talk about the positive impact music can have on the children of Norristown.