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Friday concert will feature cellist Sophie Reen
Courier Staff Report
Thursday, February 27, 2014 10:00 AM
Stephen and Sophie Reen will perform at the Madison Presbyterian Church on Friday as part of the Madison Performing Arts Foundation's series.
The performance, which usually includes the Reen Family Singers, will not feature the Reen children.
Stephen Reen has been recognized as one of the top piano teachers in the country by the Music Teachers National Association. He teaches early childhood music and movement classes and group piano classes to children.
He has been featured in American Music Teacher magazine, and in a film produced by the National Piano Foundation.
Sophie Reen received a bachelor's degree in cello performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a master's degree from Indiana University. As a student, she played with the Boston Symphony, the Colorado Festival Orchestra, the Nova Scotia Festival Orchestra, The N.Y. String Orchestra, the New World Symphony, and the Canton, Akron and Erie symphonies.
They live on a farm in Indiana where they care for cows, chickens, rabbits, cats and dogs.
Admission to the performance is free. The show begins at 7 p.m.
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