June 2017: 98th Festival Concert

Our students present their end-of-year concert on Sunday June 25 at 6pm (note corrected date). Plan to come and listen!

Workshops and Festival Concerts take place at Pacem Music Studio, 62 Sherburne Road South, Lexington, Ma 02421. They are free and open to the public, and you are invited to attend. For more information, please contact Carroll Ann Bottino at 781-862-3337.

Studying Music with Carroll Ann Bottino

Bass recorderMs. Bottino teaches classical music on piano, harpsichord and recorders to children and adults.

Students come from Lexington, Burlington, Bedford, Boxborough, Concord, Waltham and other towns in the metropolitan Boston area.

Her extensive library of repertoire includes music from Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. Students study music from all of the major musical eras.

Adults who never had music lessons as children, adults who want to resume their childhood lessons, and adults continuing their musical studies are all encouraged to expand their musical experiences with lessons. 

Please call Ms. Bottino to arrange an interview... 781-862-3337
The Pacem community welcomes you!

Workshops & Concerts
2016-2017 Calendar

50th Year of Concerts
54+ Years of Teaching

Fall Workshop
Sun, November 6, 2016

97th Festival Concert
Fri, December 23, 2016

Winter Workshop
Sun, March 5, 2017

Spring Workshop
Sun, May 7, 2017

98th Festival Concert
Sun, June 25, 2017

Subject to change based on school schedule.
RSVP 781-862-3337.

In her words:

"I began teaching my children. We started with the recorder and in time we added the piano. I began teaching my friends' children and my children's friends. Soon there were people I didn't know walking through my door for lessons. One of my joys is to teach a student from their musical beginnings and, in due time, to have both that student and their children study here at Pacem."

"To give our study a sense of purpose, students can be awarded certificates for weekly achievement in theory, sight reading, and their prepared lesson. Students perform at Fall, Winter and Spring Workshops, and we offer Concerts twice each year in December and June. Certificates are awarded annually at the June concerts to students who complete performance requirements at nine progressive levels in piano and harpsichord, or recorder, courses of study in theory and harmony, and sight-reading."

Photos from the May 2014 Festival Concert