Moscow Charter School Marimba Club
The Moscow Charter School Marimba Club is composed of students in grades 3-10 from Moscow Charter School, Moscow Middle School and Moscow High School, many of whom have been playing since the club began in 2010. Together kids of different skill levels play very lively and rhythmic music inspired by Zimbabwe on our marimbas, which are percussion instruments consisting of a set of wooden bars struck with rubber mallets to produce musical tones. The sound is amplified by resonators or pipes suspended underneath. To share our love for the Zimbabwe inspired music we conduct marimba workshops in several Latah County Schools and give concerts at a variety of events both locally and out of state (e.g. Zimfest in Oregon, Farmers Market, Rendezvous for Kids, Renaissance Fair).
Beginners will be practicing on Wednesdays right after school from 3:15 to 4:00 pm starting October 9th, 2019.
For more information about our Marimba Club, please contact Kathy Daves, the Marimba Club advisor at email@example.com
The Sewing Club at Moscow Charter School will start up in January 2020 and will take place every Tuesday from 3:00 to 4:00 PM at the LANG Center.
For more information about our Sewing Club, please contact Tracy Hoffmeister, the Sewing Club instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check out some of our musical performances.
Zimfest concert, August 2018: