Festival of the Performing Arts: strings adjudication by Simone Hug

Festival of the Performing Arts: strings adjudication by Simone Hug

Simone Hug

Simone Hug

The 38th annual Festival of the Performing Arts will take place from March 7 to 15 at the NVSS Integris Community Theatre.

Monday March 7, Speech Arts

 

Friday March 11, Strings

 

Monday March 14 to Wednesday March 16 Piano

 

Monday March 14, 7:30 p.m. Interactive choral workshop for all by Dr. Stephen Smith

 

Tuesday March 15, 7:30 p.m.

“Breaking Bach”, Piano workshop about his Preludes and Fugues for all by Dr. Stephen Smith

 

Sunday March 20, 2:30 p.m. Spring Arts Gala Concert

 

More information can be found on www.musicfestivalweb.com/nechako or Facebook page.

 

Simone Hug, Strings Adjudicator

Simone Hug was born in December 1979 in a small town in East Germany. She started playing the violin just before she turned 8. At the age of 11 Simone was invited to attend the “Musikgymnasium Schloss Belvedere”/” Franz Liszt” Music Conservatory in Weimar, where she spend the next 13 years of her life. During that time Simone followed the path of an orchestra and singer/songwriter career and enjoyed participating in numerous concerts & competitions in many different places around the world.

Smithers became Simone’s new home in 2004, where she  lives and works as a homeopath and a violin teacher.

Simone teaches intuitively according to each being’s unique way of learning and believes in music as a gift to share with the world in an uncompetitive way.

 

 

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