Chamber Society of Detroit brings its Introductory Musical Program to Earhart

On May 14, the Chamber Society of Detroit brought its Introductory Musical Program to Earhart Elementary-Middle School. These programs introduce students to classical music and promote the development of pre‐literacy, language and communication skills through active listening.

Students from Earhart, Neinas and the Academy of the Americas enjoyed the Chamber Society’s program during a full day spent a day at Earhart!

Featured Artist: Stephen Wogaman – President, Chamber Music Society of Detroit

Steve Wogaman joined the Chamber Music Society of Detroit in 2011, becoming only the fourth President in the history of the organization.  Prior to this he served for seven years as the chief executive of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra and then the Canton Symphony Orchestra in Canton, Ohio.  Stephen Wogaman has performed as piano recitalist, chamber musician and teaching artist throughout the eastern United States, as well as Spain and Central America.  As pianist of the Whitney Trio, he made his performing debut in 1989 in a live broadcast concert at the National Gallery of Art in his home town of Washington D.C.   He trained at the Eastman School of Music, the University of Louisville and the Indiana University School of Music, where he completed a Doctor of Music degree.

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