From the history of hip-hop to the current state of the music industry to what it's like as a touring musician, each masterclass offered a unique learning experience to Solebury School's music fans and student musicians.
The festival brings together the area's most talented student musicians and singers.
During Arts Festival Week, you could record a demo with Glenn Barrett, a Grammy award-winning recording engineer. Here are the details...
Submissions for this award are due Monday, April 16. Here are the details...
Check out photos from The Mystery of Edwin Drood, a musical, magical production!
With over 500 films and TV shows to his credit, Manny Siverio offered sage advice and tricks-of-the-trade that transformed our students' production exercise into a unique and safe learning experience.
As is tradition, we ended December with carols by request, instrumental performances, and potluck desserts!
The show debuted on Thursday, November 2, and sold out its Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.
Check out photos from the night's performances, which ranged from motown to pop music to Disney tunes, and more.
Browse photos, the cast list, and the production crew list.
Three hours of Shakespeare? No problem. Our SoleStage Players pulled off another brilliant production.
Ten student artists have their work on display, as well as entered for the Congressional Art Competition.
Every spring, Solebury School celebrates the arts with special workshops, lectures and field trips. Check out the exciting lineup for this year's Arts Festival Week!
Our talented student musicians performed with 600+ other students from around the area.
The author of the national bestseller, Lily and the Octopus, is coming to campus on April 18, 2017, 7:00-8:00pm, and you're invited. This event is free and open to the public.