FANWOOD, NJ – Students from the Royal Stage School of Music Community Orchestra (RSSM) will perform a free concert on Friday, Dec. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fanwood Presbyterian Church dining hall. It will be performed by adults and their children in the Angels Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Philharmonic and Group Keyboard. Proceeds from a bake sale at the end of the concert will benefit World Help.
“Our students, toddlers to adults, love music and truly enjoy performing as a way to build community around Scotch Plains-Fanwood, while also reaching across the globe by raising money for charitable purposes," said Hsin-Ting, director, RSSM. “This concert gives our local friends and community a chance to experience the talent of our students, and also witness first-hand the excitement of blessing others through music.”
Feng is director of the nationally-recognized Highland Park High School Orchestra. She has extensive background in conducting and performing music, and has taught elementary and high school students, as well as adults. Her orchestras have performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. She has a Bachelor of Music Degree with Distinction in Music Education and Piano and Violin and a Master of Music Degree in Music Education from the Eastman School of Music.
RSSM Winter session begins Dec. 12 and online registrations before Dec. 8 will receive a 10 percent discount. The school offers the following classes for beginners to advanced students: Community Band (NEW, aligns with the Scotch Plains-Fanwood curriculum), Community Orchestra, Group Keyboard, Mommy and Me: Early Childhood, and private lessons on piano and violin. Beginners at any age are welcome. For more information, visit http://www.royalstageschoolofmusic.com.