Music in the Gallery featuring an Acoustic Performance by Josh Aerie

Author: Alexandra Schaufele

September 18 Music in the Gallery Flyer

THE NOTRE DAME CENTER FOR ARTS & CULTURE WITH THE MUSIC VILLAGE PRESENT:
AN ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE BY JOSH AERIE 
 
South Bend, Indiana – September 14, 2015 – The Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture with The Music Village South Bend presents Music in the Gallery, a new series of concerts happening on the third Friday of the month inside the Crossroads Gallery. 
 
Music in the Gallery on September 18th features an acoustic performance by Josh Aerie. Aerie is a sought-after symphonic conductor, cellist, music educator and arts advocate. His career highlights span a wide array of credits and accomplishments, including major-label recordings heard throughout the country, nationally syndicated television appearances, premier performances as both conductor and cellist, numerous awards and appointments to leadership positions in the arts. He is also the Executive Director of the Music Village which celebrates music and cultural expressions rooted in the traditions of diverse local and global communities in the heart of downtown South Bend, Indiana .  
 
Aerie received his Master of Music degree in Cello Performance from the University of Colorado where he was the cellist in the Graduate String Quartet, a fellowship program with the Grammy Award-winning Takacs Quartet. He completed his undergraduate work at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and Oberlin College where he received both a Bachelor of Music in Cello Performance and a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Anthropology. 
 
Recently, Aerie served as mentor for the Fischoff National Chamber Music Association, taught Advanced Conducting at Saint Mary’s College, was Music Director of the Hyde Park Youth Symphony in Chicago and Artistic Director of the Elkhart County Youth Honors Orchestra program at Goshen College. 
 
For more information about Aerie please visit his website, www.cellistry.com.
 
Please join us for Aerie’s performance on September 18th from 12:00 to 1:00 PM at the Crossroads Gallery in the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture. The event is free and open to the public. 
 
Crossroads Gallery is located on the main floor of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture at 1045 West Washington Street in South Bend.