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Master Class presented by Cecylia Barczyk and Emmanuel Borowsky

June 7, 1:00-3:00pm - Workshop for Violin, Viola, Cello students 
Fee: Suggested donation $20 (that will go toward student scholarship funds)

Open to everyone; bring your instruments and prepare to play something for us (but you don't have to!).

 Homer Council on the Arts is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for string instrument musicians to take a Master Class with renowned artists Cecylia Barczyk (cello) and Emmanuel Borowsky (violin & viola). Through a twist of fate, these musicians will be in our region for three days, donating their time and expertise for a couple of hours to the burgeoning and accomplished musicians across the Kenai Peninsula.

 Barczyk began studying cello in Poland at a very young age at the Chopin Academy of Music and the Moscow Conservatory of Music. She has given concerts, recitals and master classes throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and has appeared as a soloist with prominent orchestras around the world. See more here.

 Dr. Emmanuel Borowsky began violin studies at the age of four, debuting at Carnegie Hall by age seventeen. An adjunct professor at Towson University, Borowsky coaches and teaches youth through college age students around the world, igniting imagination and passion by enhancing the skills needed to communicate artistic intentions. See more here.

Workshops will be held at the HCOA gallery, 355 W. Pioneer Ave. Please complete a registration form and confirm payment to secure your spot!

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