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Welcome to PRESTO

Performing Arts Education Outreach at Salisbury University

Office Hours for Fall 2017

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Hours:

Monday: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 11:00pm - 1:00pm
Wednesday: 11:00pm - 1:00pm
Thursday: 11:00pm - 1:00pm
Friday: by appointment

Located in Fulton Hall room P14

PRESTO Plus - Adult Group Piano

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Holiday Mini Session

PRESTO Plus Holiday Mini Session is offered to students already enrolled in the PRESTO Plus Group Piano Program and to adults who can already read music from the grand staff. 

Tuesday Evening Session:
6:30-7:30 pm
11/28, 12/5 & 12/19


Friday Morning Session:
10:30-11:30 am
12/1, 12/8 & 12/15

 

Register Online Now!

or call Lacey Robinson at 410-548-2895. 


PRESTO Plus Spring Session for beginners starts in January. 

PRESTO Fall 2017

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Important Dates/Information:

 

PRESTO Recital December 12, 2017

What is PRESTO?

PRESTO is the performing arts education outreach program at Salisbury University's Center for Extended & Lifelong Learning. PRESTO offers quality instruction to students of all ages, levels and abilities in the Salisbury community and surrounding areas. It is housed in Fulton Hall, where participating students and their parents have the opportunity to access its facilities, faculty expertise and students. Individual lessons in piano, strings, voice, guitar and most band and orchestral instruments are available.

NEW offerings for the Spring 2018 semester:

Private Acting Lessons - tailored to individual needs:

Are you preparing for an audition?  This course will include movement and physicality; archetypes and status in character development; special techniques in acting Shakespeare (demystifying Shakespeare); classic and modern audition monologues centered on text analysis, physicality and characterization.  Taught by Martha Pfeiffer, this is an introductory course emphasizing the physical in performance as well as honing skills of active listening and spontaneity.  Ms. Pfeiffer holds an M.A. in history, B.A. in theatre arts and a B.S. in education all from Salisbury University and has been a classroom teacher as well as professional coach and accomplished actress with an April, 2016 Tony Award Nomination for Excellence in Theatre Education.  PLEASE NOTE:  This lesson is offered in 45 or 60 minute sessions ONLY.  There is no 30 minute session for this particular lesson.

 

 Fall Registration is Now Closed - Spring Registration Coming Soon!

 

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The performing arts education outreach program at Salisbury University offers quality instruction to students of all ages, levels and abilities in the Salisbury community and surrounding areas. It is housed in Fulton Hall, where participating students and their parents have the opportunity to access its facilities, faculty expertise and students. Individual lessons in piano, strings, voice, guitar and most band and orchestral instruments are available. Various classes for pre-college students and adults are also offered.

How Can YOU Make a Difference?

Your gift to PRESTO will be used to give young musicians who can't afford private instruction the opportunity to improve their skill and realize their true potential. Your gift, combined with others, will make a difference.

 

 Donate to PRESTO today! 


 

 

Instrument Barn

The Instrument Barn program seeks to facilitate the collection of unused instruments from Wicomico County residents and then re-distribute them to qualifying, low-income students. Every student should be entitled to music education despite his or her socioeconomic status. Approximately 47% of all local public school attendees are below the poverty line standard. Therefore, almost half of our public school student demographic is unable to buy or rent an instrument and is not afforded the same level of accessibility and equality in their academic endeavors.

Do you have an instrument that isn't being used? Consider donating it to The Instrument Barn program. Sponsored by the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council, Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, Wicomico County Partnership for Families and Children, and the Roothbert Fund. Bring your instrument to Salisbury Music and Instrument Repair and receive a tax-write-off!

 

 

 

More information about Instrument Barn!

 

 

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