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Bill Shontz Internationally acclaimed musician

The White House
Fenway Park for the Boston Red Sox
Live With Kathy Lee and Regis
The Today Show
Disneyland
Vermont Symphony Orchestra

Ten award-winning albums and three videos
 25 National Awards and an Emmy nomination. 
How to stop being "Paper Trained" Musical Improvisation Clinic for classicaly trained musicians and others who would like to learn to improvise

ORPHEUS member, traveling around the country playing at venues such as Mechanics Hall in Worcester MA (symphony hall) and the Marin County Fair in California.

New England Foundation for the Arts and Meet the Composer, which frequently provide funding grants for sponsors.

 

 

Introducing the Tin Pan Valley Trio! 

News from Bill Shontz
Introducing the new hit!  The Tin Pan Valley Trio!
Featuring Bill on Flute Clarinet Sax, Rob Fletcher on guitar, vocals and harmonica, and Lenny Zarcone on Vocals, accordian, piano and Mime.
A very accomplished and talented trio, yes, but what separates them from the rest is the entertainment value.  Come prepared to laugh, sing along and have a riotous evening.  See the article published on this site!  The next official show isn't until February in Ellington CT but stay tuned for a gig in your area!
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Tin Pan Valley Trio

Hall Memorial Library, 93 Main Street, Ellington CT

 

Tin Pan Valley appears at The Hall Memorial Library at 7pm and get this... Admission is FREE. Come see this musically accomplished and zany trio playing songs from the American Songbook and more.

FREE info call: 860-870-3160

Age limit: All ages

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