A symphony of sound
Music Suite 408: Enriching the lives of children, adults, community
Walking down the hallway at Music Suite 408 in Peru the sounds hit you from all sides ... A trio of flute players produce a fluttering sonata behind one closed door. An older gentleman works on a musical scale on his violin behind another ... There's more. At any given place in time, one can hear children and adults playing a variety of instruments or singing.
The melodies being produced in the old Westclox building almost magically draw you in, as the symphony of sounds infiltrate your ears, your soul.
Having taught music for years in the Illinois Valley, Music Suite 408 owner Sue Gillio said she moved into the west wing of the old Westclox building in Peru on Aug. 1. Like the clocks that were once manufactured in this old historic building, the timing of the move proved to be a huge step in furthering this new community-based enrichment center.
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