On Sunday, December 11, 2016 two of Pastimes for a Lifetime‘s advanced piano students had the privilege of performing at the “The Colors of Winter” Reception held at the San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center.
Aidan Caplan and Cameron Carr performed beautiful New Age and seasonal pieces while guests viewed juried artwork submitted by members of the San Fernando Valley Art Club and the Glendale Art Association. Delicious hors d’oeuvres and beverages were enjoyed by all.
Paintings, collages and photography were juried by Joanne Julian. The SFV Arts & Cultural Center’s director, Dia Roraback and treasurer, Pat Bates presented awards to the artists and beautiful Certificates of Merit to the piano students.
Artwork will be on display until December 20, 2016. This exhibit is a great opportunity for art club members to display and sell their work. Below are some of Pastimes for a Lifetime’s photographer (and Linda’s husband), Barry Wehrli’s favorite pieces.
Pastimes for a Lifetime’s Founder and Piano teacher, Linda Wehrli arranges for student performances in front of a live audience as part of her curriculum. “Students need to build their skills and confidence. This is a great way to do so while contributing to the culture,” says Linda.
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