Acadia Music

Acadia Music is an instrumental music academy, rock institute, and music store committed to providing quality music products and educational opportunities!

Operating as usual

Photos from King Fine Arts Center's post 10/06/2021

Photos from King Fine Arts Center's post

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown 10/04/2021

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Mt. Harrison is teaming up with the Burley Theater to fill the house! This show will take place on the classic Burley Theater stage and will also offer the opportunity to buy refreshments! All seats are general admission. The doors will open at 7 and the performance will start at 7:30pm. You're a Go...

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 10/02/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 10/02/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 10/01/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 10/01/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 09/30/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

Photos from Burley Theatre's post 09/30/2021

Photos from Burley Theatre's post

09/27/2021
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown 09/23/2021

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Mt. Harrison is teaming up with the Burley Theater to fill the house! This show will take place on the classic Burley Theater stage and will also offer the opportunity to buy refreshments! All seats are general admission. The doors will open at 7 and the performance will start at 7:30pm. You're a Go...

09/10/2021

We are back ‼️
We are so excited for this new year! We have double the music, double the concerts and double the fun coming. We are having our auditions for youth ages 14-18 in the mini-cassia area. This is a fun opportunity to play or sing in a symphony with a chorus! This year we are starting with a Christmas concert! So make sure you come to auditions and get signed up. We will be posting more information and how you can get entered in to win a free ukulele!

09/01/2021

Due to an inability to procure substitute staffing for the shop this weekend (thanks, Covid!), we will be closed on Friday, Saturday, and Monday. We will reopen on Tuesday.

Due to an inability to procure substitute staffing for the shop this weekend (thanks, Covid!), we will be closed on Friday, Saturday, and Monday. We will reopen on Tuesday.

08/31/2021

We will close at 4pm on Thursday, September 2nd in order to attend Back to School Music Night at Burley High school.

Need to rent an instrument or buy school band/orchestra supplies? Come see us there (KFAC entrance)!

We will close at 4pm on Thursday, September 2nd in order to attend Back to School Music Night at Burley High school.

Need to rent an instrument or buy school band/orchestra supplies? Come see us there (KFAC entrance)!

08/31/2021

You're a good man, Charlie Brown!

You're a good man, Charlie Brown!

08/14/2021

We're back up an running! Come on in and see us... Until 3pm today.

We're back up an running! Come on in and see us... Until 3pm today.

08/14/2021

Due to unforseen circumstances, we will be open in a little bit late today. We are unsure yet how late, but we will keep you posted! Need immediate assistance? TEXT: 208.431.0238

Due to unforseen circumstances, we will be open in a little bit late today. We are unsure yet how late, but we will keep you posted! Need immediate assistance? TEXT: 208.431.0238

08/13/2021

He was a major influence on guitarists like Eric Clapton. Jeff Beck. Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix and many others.

On Aug. 13, 1938, Blues legend Robert Johnson, who was reported to have "made a deal with the Devil" in order to execute his amazing guitar technique, played his last gig at a dance approximately 15 miles from Greenwood, MS. He was supposedly poisoned by either the club's owner or a jealous girlfriend, who placed strychnine in an open bottle of whiskey. When offered the bottle, fellow bluesman Sonny Boy Williamson knocked it out of his hand, telling him to never drinking from an open container at a public event.

Johnson drank from the next open bottle he was offered. He died three days later.

The supposed 'deal with the Devil' was made at a place called the crossroads.

There are many who feel that Mr. Johnson kinda started the movement that would become what we call Rock and Roll.

07/17/2021

Due to the illness of our one and only full-time employee (that'd be me), we were closed yesterday. We will also be closed today to allow for full recovery and to prevent the spread of illness. We plan to reopen on Monday.

Due to the illness of our one and only full-time employee (that'd be me), we were closed yesterday. We will also be closed today to allow for full recovery and to prevent the spread of illness. We plan to reopen on Monday.

04/28/2021

Me explaining to piano players how a trombone works...

04/28/2021

A musical smile for Wednesday.....

03/31/2021
02/24/2021

❤️❤️❤️

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translation
"In the next three weeks, he meets more neighbors than in the last five years."

02/03/2021

…Long long time ago…

At 12:55am, Central Time, Feb.3, 1959, the plane departed, It was 62 years ago today.

The Winter Dance Party tour played at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, IA on the night of Feb. 2, 1959. The show featured The Big Bopper (JP Richardson), Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and Dion.

The tour was having its problems. One of them was the distance between venues and the conditions prevalent aboard the poorly equipped tour buses adversely affected the performers. The heat on the bus had stopped working and many of the people on the bus had got sick. Frustrated by the conditions, Holly decided to charter a plane when they stopped for their performance in the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, to reach their next venue in Moorhead, Minnesota. Carroll Anderson, owner of the Surf Ballroom, chartered the plane from the Dwyer Flying Service to fly them to Fargo ND.

Richardson, who was affected by the flu, swapped places with Buddy Holly's bass player Waylon Jennings. Ritchie Valens, who had once had a fear of flying, asked Buddy Holly's guitarist Tommy Allsup for his seat on the plane. Allsup and Valens decided to toss a coin to decide. Bob Hale, a DJ with KRIB-AM, who was working the concert that night and flipped the coin in the ballroom's sidestage room shortly before the musicians departed for the airport. Valens won the coin toss for the seat on the flight.

Dion DiMucci (of Dion and the Belmonts fame) had been approached to join the flight, although it is unclear exactly when he was asked. Dion decided that since the $36 fare (equivalent to US $291.20 in 2018) equaled the monthly rent his parents paid for his childhood apartment, he could not justify the indulgence.

The chartered plane sat three passengers and the pilot. When Holly learned that Jennings was not going to fly, he said in jest, "Well, I hope your ol' bus freezes up." Jennings responded, "Well, I hope your ol' plane crashes," a humorous but ill-fated response that haunted Jennings for the rest of his life.

When the show ended, Carroll Anderson drove Holly, Valens, and Richardson to the airport. The plane departed from the ramp and taxied to then-Runway 17 at around 12:55 a.m. Central Time on Tuesday, February 3. The weather report indicated light snow with a ceiling of 3,000 feet (910 m) MSL and winds from 20 to 30 mph (32 to 48 km/h). Though there were indications of deteriorating weather along the route, the weather briefings Peterson received failed to relay the information.

Just after takeoff, Peterson became disoriented due to the unfamiliar way the aircraft's attitude indicator depicted pitch, combined with an inability to find a point of visual reference on a starless night with no visible lights on the ground and the inability to detect the horizon. He lost control of the plane. The plane hit the ground and the aircraft cartwheeled across a cornfield belonging to Albert Juhl. The plane was at a slight downward angle and banked heavily to the right when it struck the ground at around 170 mph (270 km/h). The plane appears to have crumpled and then skidded another 570 feet (170 m) across the frozen landscape before the broken wreckage came to rest against a wire fence at the edge of Juhl's property.

The plane wasn't reported missing until the next morning.

There were no survivors.

To many, it was the day the music died. At least that is what the song says. In reality, the music they had made has lived on. We all just wonder about the music they would have made had they survived.

[01/22/21]   Well, we might as well jump in...

12/31/2020

Classic FM

(via BlitzBooks)

12/17/2020

Itzhak Perlman

What does joy mean to you? Hear Itzhak Perlman joined by others around the world on what joy means to them in the #GlobalOdetoJoy Finale celebrating the 250th Birthday of Beethoven! 🎶

12/04/2020

Musicians Unite

Truth. ❤🎶🎶🎶🎶

12/04/2020

History of Music

11/30/2020

Musicians Unite

Give a big Thank You to all the teachers of music who influenced your life for the better!! 👍🏻❤️

11/27/2020

The bad news: Our brick and mortar shop is temporarily closed due to Covid-19.

THE GOOD NEWS: We are still taking phone orders and offering free, contactless/minimal contact delivery to your home or workplace. We still offer private lessons in person or virtually.

CALL 208.434.7400 to place your orders today. 😊

#shoplocally #acadiamusicrupert #freedelivery

10/20/2020

Musicians Unite

Ha!! 🤣🤔

10/17/2020

The Student Music Organizer

A great musician.....and a great person.....thanks to Musicians Unite for sharing.....

10/08/2020

We have new store hours for the months of October and November! From 10am - 2pm, Monday thru Friday, our physical location is closed but we will be taking orders and making deliveries during this time. Call 208.434.7400 to place an order. We will be open in weekdays from 2pm - 6pm. We will also maintain our regular hours (10am-3pm) on Saturdays.

10/01/2020

The Student Music Organizer

Interesting.....thanks to Wally Fowler‎For Serious Musicians Only😂 for sharing....

09/11/2020

The Acadia Music Story

Acadia Music is an instrumental music academy and music store committed to providing quality music products and educational opportunities in the Mini-Cassia area. We sell music supplies, sheet music, as well as new and used instruments and equipment. We also offer private individual and group instruction in instrumental musicianship across several genres including classical, rock, and jazz. We also have instrument repair and service. We have friendly, knowledgeable staff here to assist you with anything you need.

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Rupert, ID
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Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
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