Cary School of Music is excited to host an Olde Cary Commons Holiday Celebration. This free event is open to the public and planned for the following three Saturdays in December: 3, 10, and 17 from 2 to 6 p.m. at 201 West Chatham Street Ste 201, Cary, NC.

Holiday Celebration begins with Cary School of Music (CSM) Violins, at 3:00 we will hear from The Three Amigos Violin Trio. Sebastian, Simon, and Yunlong enjoy playing together as an ensemble and are preparing a fun set of Christmas music for the event! “They do a great job helping to coach the CSM Violins group as well! Natty, a former CSM piano student, is accompanying the students. Grab your family and friends and join us for a jolly good time,” said Pamela Pandolfi, CSM founder.

To RSVP, follow the link below, select a date, click “Tickets” and then “Register”. We hope to see you there!

Each Saturday will feature Cary School of Music student and faculty performances, story time and holiday activities!  Here are just a couple of the activities to expect:

About Cary School of Music

Cary School of Music is a sponsor for the Heart of Cary Association and established in 1993 to provide an easily accessible, affordable, attractive and joyful environment for the study and performance of music. The CSM facility located at 201 West Chatham Street Ste 201, Cary, NC. includes 24 private studios, a music store, two waiting rooms, a soundproofed drum studio, and a beautiful recital hall.

Call today for the Winter/Spring semester that runs from January through June and the Summer/Fall semester from July through December. Lessons are available at various times of the day, Monday through Saturday. Please call the CSM office at 919-460-0052 or send an email to for more details .

Cary School of Music was established by Pamela Pandolfi with help from a grant from her brother Emile Pandolfi, an internationally renowned piano recording artist. Pam grew up in a musical family in New York and began playing the violin at age four. She, along with her siblings, studied at the Third Street Settlement in New York and later at Columbia University. The family moved to Greenville, South Carolina, when Pam was 12 and there, she continued her study of violin playing at Furman University, spending her summers at Brevard Music Camp and Blythe Shoals Music Camp in North Carolina. Pam, her brother Emile Pandolfi, and sister Barbara Coventry were each featured soloists with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra as teens and all three continued their music education by attending Baylor University in Waco, Texas. The siblings performed extensively together throughout high school and college.

To learn more about Cary School of Music, their outstanding programs or availability, contact them today at 919-460-0052 and the friendly staff will be happy to discuss your opportunities and options and you can visit our great facility.