All sessions are held at the Stoughton Opera House and are free and open to the public. Donations are accepted.
The Music Appreciation Series is supported by the Stoughton Area Senior Center, a grant from the Bryant Foundation and participant donations.
May 16-Ted Ceplina-accordions-A friend introduced me to this really talented versatile young professional musician and I knew he would be a guest actually for several programs. He not only performs but he also builds instruments. He has studied making native flutes with a Menomonie Master, and builds a wide variety of instruments in addition to performing on them. This program is going to be a program of accordion music performed on at least 3 different accordions to represent the contrasting styles and music for the instrument. The Austrian, Irish, and Cajun styles will be among those being presented. . The accordion was invented in 1818 and was co-opted by many cultures. The name of this program could be named "The Accordion is Not Just For Polkas Anymore" Come to experience an adventure in International Music Styles