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Napa Waldorf School Musicians Perform in Regional Concert

Concert is Feb. 5 at the Green Music Center in Rohnert Park.

credit stonebridgeschool.org
credit stonebridgeschool.org

Credo High School, Rohnert Park's public Waldorf high school, presents Waldorf at Weill 2014, an evening of music performed by nine North Bay Waldorf schools, on Wednesday, Feb, 5, at 6:30 p.m. at Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center. 

Stone Bridge School in Napa is among the nine participating North Bay Waldorf schools.

The others are: Credo High School (Rohnert Park), Live Oak Charter School (Petaluma), Marin Waldorf School (San Rafael), Novato Charter School, Sebastopol Independent Charter School, Summerfield Waldorf School (Santa Rosa), SunRidge Charter School (Sebastopol) and Woodland Star Charter School (Sonoma).

Each of these schools has a curriculum that supports music education throughout the grades, and this annual event celebrates the collaboration of over 350 student performers from seven public and two private Waldorf schools. Waldorf at Weill 2104 performances will include choirs, orchestras, recorder ensemble, and a blues ensemble.

Tickets are free, while they last, and are available in advance by calling the Green Music Center at 866-955-6040 or online at www.gmc.sonoma.edu.

For more information about Credo High School, the producer and initiator of this annual event, visit www.credohigh.org. Credo hosts an open house, including a musical performance, on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. on the school campus, located at 1290 Southwest Boulevard in Rohnert Park. 707-664-0600

Bill Bindewald January 29, 2014 at 09:48 PM
Thank you Keri for this posting! This second annual event promises to be an outstanding evening of youth music performances from our local Waldorf schools, both public and private. - Bill Bindewald Administrator, Stone Bridge School

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