February Newsletter - Indianapolis Music Academy

Attention -Spring

Recital Information

We had planned to hold our winter recital on March 13, but we decided to cancel it due to current capacity limitations. We plan to hold our spring recital on Saturday June 12 beginning at 1pm. We will hold the recital at Garfield Christian Church at 1751 Walker Ave., Indianapolis, IN.


UPCOMING DATES


Spring Break

Saturday, March 29th - April 4th

CLOSED


IMA Music Recital

Saturday, June 12th


Summer Break

Saturday, June 30th - July 6th

CLOSED


Memorial Day

Monday, May 31

CLOSED


Labor Day

Monday, Sept 6

CLOSED


Thanksgiving Break

Tuesday, Nov 23 - Sunday, Nov 28

CLOSED


Winter Recital

Saturday, Dec 11


Christmas Break

Friday, Dec 24 - Sunday, Jan 1

CLOSED


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$25 off your next month of lessons.

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Expires February 28

• Free registration

•1 free lesson

• Indianapolis Music Academy T-Shirt and tote bag

$75 value

Call or email today while there are still spots available.


317-719-7020

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Welcome New January Students

Leo W.

Madison M.

Peyton C.

Alison P.

Isaiah L.

Samuel C.

Luke O.

Ila H.

Henry T.

Luke T.

Aubrey W.

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Jem G.

Jade G.

Lilly C.

Mariah M.

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February in Music History


• 1984: Michael Jackson wins eight Grammy Awards for his album Thriller


• 1969: The Jimi Hendrix Experience plays its last British concert before breaking up


• 1959: Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper, and Buddy Holly are killed in an Iowa plane crash


• 1964: The Beatles land at Kennedy Airport and set foot on American soil for the first time


• 1981: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon finishes 402 consecutive weeks (more than seven years) on the Billboard charts










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