COLTONS LATEST NEWS

 

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Hometown Source

2/18

The Dakota Valley Symphony and Chorus present “Colton Peltier and Choirs” 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11, on the Ames Center main stage in Burnsville.
 


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SAAC ARTS

5/14

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Hastings Star Gazette

4/11

When Colton Peltier was 6, he told the Hastings Star Gazette that he wanted to go to the Juilliard School. Last week, he saw that dream become reality..


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From the top

1/12

Colton Peltier (piano), 19, is from Hastings, Minnesota, but currently resides in New York City while he attends The Juilliard School. He started piano in a Suzuki program at the age of three, and had his first performance with an orchestra, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, when he was nine.


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Lansing City Pulse

5/14

“Fresh, but not raw” should be the label for the 2014-‘15 Lansing Symphony season.
Maestro Timothy Muffitt will disperse a generous portion of 21st century music along with classics from long deceased souls such as Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Mozart and Elgar. But the new stuff is all on the gentle side.


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BIONG TSANG

05/14

Lansing Symphony Orchestra's 85th season offers bit of romance
Entering its 85th season, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra may be at the pinnacle of its long history. Under the musical leadership of Timothy Muffitt for eight years, the orchestra has grown in size, quality, budget and audience.
And with a stage full of 75 paid professional musicians and a budget of about $1 million, the LSO is by far the largest arts organization in the Lansing area.