Rockport High School students, Jace Mason and Clara Mazo bring their extensive musical experience to the Cape Ann Museum’s courtyard for a public summer concert on Friday, June 24.
Jace Mason is going into tenth grade at Rockport High School. He is an accomplished student cellist who has studied the instrument for six years, has just completed his second year in New England Conservatory’s Preparatory Program, and is a former member of Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras. He has also studied at Berklee College of Music’s Global String Intensive and at Brooklyn Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of Mike Block. He enjoys playing jazz, contemporary, and fiddle music in addition to classical. He also studies guitar, piano, and voice in addition to the cello.
Clara Mazo is entering her tenth grade at Rockport High School. She has been playing violin for 12 years and has been taking private lessons at New England Conservatory for 3 years with Mark Lachirovich. She has played in the Massachusetts Northeastern District Orchestra since 7th grade and made the Massachusetts All-State Orchestra this year, performing at Boston Symphony Hall in March. Clara has also played the trumpet for 5 years, performing with Rockport High School’s top jazz ensemble in addition to the school orchestra on violin. Clara has also played at local weddings in Gloucester and in Rockport.
This program is free and open to the public.
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*In the event of inclement weather the concert will be moved inside the Museum.