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Gasse

School of Music

(708) 488-8117

7641 Polk Street
Forest Park, IL 60130
info@gasseschoolofmusic.org

Gasse School of Music

Meet our Student: Ella Petersen

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Ella Petersen has studied with Mrs. Gasse since she was 3 years old. She is a Forest Parker and now that she is 8, she attends Betsy Ross School and will start next academic year at Field Stevenson. Born in a bi-cultural and bi-racial family, (Indonesian and American parents) she is a perfect example of the melting pot that GSM is.… Continue Reading

Events: May 4th Recitals – Save The Date!

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GSM had its first set of Student Recitals on Sunday, April 6th.  We’re so proud of all our amazing students!

Our next recitals are on Sunday, May 4th.  Mark your calendars. We hope to see you there!

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Press: GSM in the Forest Park Review

Students learn listening skills and cooperation at Forest Park's Gasse School

Growing up with chamber music
Students learn listening skills and cooperation at Forest Park’s Gasse School
By Chloe De Nadai, Contributing reporter

Music recitals can be a terrifying trial for students but this is not true for young musicians from Forest Park’s Gasse School of Music.… Continue Reading

AEE Piano Trio

AEE Piano TrioThe AEE Piano Trio (unfortunately we didn’t get a better, more official name for them yet) is GSM’s oldest early childhood Chamber Music group.  Ernesto and Alexander started playing cello and piano duets when they were 6 and were neighbors (Alex used to live half a block from GSM), were classmates in first grade and both studied music at GSM. … Continue Reading

The Youngest Trio

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GSM is proud to honor these three really young students who approach chamber music with a depth and confidence many times not found in high school students.  Jasper Park (5), pianist, Zhu Zhu Cai (8), violinist, and Antonio Gasse (6), cellist, constitute the youngest chamber music group at GSM.Continue Reading

The Vietti Family

Says the childrens' father: "We have never, okay, almost never. had one of our children say they want to quit playing. We credit the teaching style of the Gasses for keeping the children learning and motivated."