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at THE DIANE BISH center for music and the arts

PURPOSE
WHY WE EXIST

The Diane Bish Center for Music and the Arts will be a center for training and further education in a wide range of performing and fine arts, striving for excellence in all areas for God’s glory.

“Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!” Psalm 150:6

lessons are available in the following areas

Piano
Piano Little Mozarts (Ages 4-6)
Organ
Voice
Violin, Cello, Bass
Woodwinds, Brass
Percussion
Knitting (Group Class)
Sewing (Group Class)

2024 FALL semester

15 weeks of instruction

Registration is now open for our fall semester lessons. Before registering for lessons, please review the program handbook.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

There will be a one-time non-refundable $50 fee for the initial set-up of lessons for the student. A family discount of 50% per registration will be given for each additional family member. Registration fees are waived for students who return within one year.

Interested in summer classes?

There are a select number of summer classes offered. Contact info@institutefc.org if you are interested in a summer course.

IMPORTANT DATES:

instructors

Calderin
Matt Calderin
Dodd
Susan Dodd
Hankins
Michael Hankins
Irvin
Michael Irvin
Johnson
Grace Johnson
KoornneefCaleb
Caleb Koornneef
Mellor
Asya Mellor
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Allison DeMarco
annette
Annette Myers
Peitscher
Joan Marie Peitscher
Skobina
Diana Skobina
Tropepe
Stephanie Tropepe
Weinstein
Sarah Weinstein
Wilson
John L. Wilson
sergei@2x
Sergei Skobin

Meet the director

Lisa wilson

Lisa Wilson is the Director of the Diane Bish Center for Music and the Arts and is the Associate Organist at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Previously, Lisa served as the Director of Fine Arts at Westminster Academy and was the Director at the Rejoice Center for the Arts.

Lisa is a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J. studying organ with Robert Carwithen and conducting with Joseph Flummerfelt. She has performed on the organ at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center as well as playing the organ for the international television program, the Coral Ridge Hour. Her choirs have consistently won Superior awards in National Competitions and have sung at Carnegie Hall in New York City and the Kennedy Center in Washington as well as famous European cathedrals in Vienna, Salzburg, Rome and Venice. Lisa is married to John L. Wilson, and together have produced a CD of piano-organ duets. John and Lisa have three children and seven grandchildren.



954-771-8840, ext. 5130
Lisa@CRPC.org

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