Stillwater Music moves into new digs

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Stillwater Music moves into new digs

Nonprofit raising money for remodel

Stillwater Music moves into new digs

Bela Knox, 7, takes a violin lesson from Stillwater Music’s executive director Jeroen van Tyn in the nonprofit’s new building in the Crossroads Center on Main Avenue. He played violin professionally for about 5½ years before going into information technology.
Ringo Racheff practices in Stillwater Music’s new building on Main Avenue. The nonprofit offers lessons, mostly in a group setting.
Jack Tescher, 13, right, plays bass during a lesson with Evan Suiter in the new home of Stillwater Music in the Crossroads Center. The nonprofit held its first sessions in the building Monday.
Evan Suiter, right, leads the band comprised of Ringo Racheff, 11, Hayden Dubit, 11, and Fynn Bridgham, 14, in the new home of Stillwater Music in the Crossroads Center. The nonprofit specializes in group lessons.
Hayden Bubit, 11, plays with Fynn Bridgham, 14, in the new home of the Stillwater Foundation in the Crossroads Center. It is next door to Katzin Music, which offers mostly private lessons. Stillwater Music Executive Director Jeroen van Tyn expects the relationship will work well.
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