ASU Community Music School returns to in-person classes, announces new principal – Caldwell Journal
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BOONE, NC (January 10, 2022) – the Community Music School (CMS) at Appalachian State University is thrilled to announce the return of in-person private lessons in January 2022! Registration for all CMS programs will be open by January 10. Private lessons will be offered at the Broyhill Music Center and online. Group classes and ensembles will be returning to Broyhill Music Center in Boone and HUB Station Arts Center in Hudson.
Visit music.appstate.edu/cms to view spring classes and mark your calendars for our programs! In order to allow the whole community to make music together, CMS offers “Pay What You Can” options for group programs and CMS tutoring assistance. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram at @appcommunitymusic to see the latest news and be notified when registration opens.
Lisl Doughton becomes director of community music school
Lisl Kuutti Doughton will be the new principal of Appalachian State University Community Music School (CMS) from December 2021, leading CMS programs in Boone, Hudson and online. Cellist and App State graduate, Doughton applies a long-standing love for music to her CMS leadership work, which focuses on improving access to music education and activities for all.
From 2019 to 2021, Doughton served as the Program Manager for the Community Music School, managing enrollment and aspects of policy, advertising, budgets and payroll. During this time, under the leadership of Dr Nicole Sonbert, CMS has grown into a vibrant music community offering private lessons and group programs for all ages.
Doughton is also director of communications at the Hayes School of Music. She creates advertisements and graphics, helps with recruiting marketing, manages the website and social media, writes articles, edits and publishes “Keeping Time with the Hayes School of Music”, the electronic newsletter for HSOM.
In addition to his administrative work, Doughton teaches cello at Community Music School. She performs regularly for weddings and events in the High Country, Charlotte and Asheville areas. Doughton has performed as a soloist with orchestra and has given solo recitals in the United States and Japan (where she taught English in 2011-2012). She is also a professional artist, working primarily in the drawing media. Doughton received his MA in Cello Performance from Appalachian State University in 2019 and his BA in Music and Art from Furman University in 2011.
About the community music school
In conjunction with the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University, Community Music School (CMS) offers music lessons, ensembles, and private lessons for all ages and skill levels. CMS’s mission is to connect, create, engage and empower through music, fostering a vibrant community where diversity is valued and everyone is included in musical creation. To increase access to music education for all, CMS offers pay-per-view options for group programs and tuition assistance for private lessons. music.appstate.edu/cms
About the Hayes School of Music
The Hayes School of Music prepares young musicians for a professional life as performers, composers, music teachers, music therapists, conductors and music industry professionals, ensuring the next generation of musical leadership for the state. , region and nation. Noted for the quality of its teaching provided by nationally and internationally recognized music teachers, the school offers four undergraduate programs and three graduate programs. Learn more about music.appstate.edu.
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