Stamford program offers music lessons in the song of life
Published 8:22 pm, Wednesday, March 23, 2016
STAMFORD — Frankie Zapata and Joel Morris are each just 8 years old, but Frankie has been playing horns for a year and Joel is just getting started.
So as they practiced the “William Tell Overture” Tuesday evening at the Chester Addison Community Center, Frankie on the baritone and Joel on the trombone, Frankie kept his eyes on the sheet music and an ear out for his fellow horn player.
“You only missed one note,” he told Joel. “You did really good.”
Joel responded with his own high-beam smile. “Thanks.”
Such interactions are at the heart of Project Music, a program that board President Joyce DiCamillo believes is the secret to creating harmonious communities.
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