Michele's Studio Opens in Bonn Building at Saxony

Michele's Studio Opens in Bonn Building at Saxony

Michele's Studio Opens in Bonn Building at Saxony

Monday, July 19, 2010

For Immediate Release

Michele’s Studio, a 3,668 square foot music, drama, theatre and exercise studio, recently opened at The Bonn Building at Saxony, located just off Olio Road on 131st Street in Fishers, IN.

Michele’s Studio features performing arts instruction and fitness classes for children through young at heart.  The beautiful “spa-like” studio is designed for freedom of expression and musical exploration, providing excellent instruction and guidance to students from licenses and certified educators.  Michele’s Studio offers a wide variety of performing arts classes including; piano, guitar, voice, bass, instrumental, strings, percussion, rock band, art classes, drama/acting classes and productions. Michele’s Studio also offers fitness and dance classes which include; yoga, zumba, pilates, and beginning ballet. 

Studio owner, Michele D. Shetter, earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education from Indiana State University.  Michele taught voice, piano, music theory, along with choreography in our Indiana public schools for 15 years before opening her studio in 2007. Michele is a nationally recognized figure in the area of musical performing arts. Her show choirs won consecutive national titles from 2003-2006 and her competitive vocal groups have won several Grand Champion awards. Michele continues to work with music programs as a guest clinician and adjudicator for vocal competitions throughout the Midwest.

 “Saxony is a great fit for our business,” says Shetter.  “The Bonn Building and the adjacent Witten Park are the perfect setting for our classes and weekly performances.  We are in the family business and Saxony provides us the right atmosphere for our studio to operate and grow.”

 “We are thrilled Michele’s Studio selected the Bonn Building at Saxony as their home,” says Chris Hamm, Vice President of Marketing of Saxony Management Company.  “Saxony is built on the fundamentals of mixed use sustainability and walkable placemaking. Adding a strong art/theatre element to the Bonn Building and Saxony is not just a benefit to Saxony residents, but for the region as well.”

Saxony is a 750-acre development that spans both sides of I-69 and Exit 10 in Hamilton County, Indiana.  At build-out, this $1.5 billion project will include a mix of corporate office, retail. Entertainment, civic, multi-family and single family uses, all set within a framework that is home to leading edge companies such as Helmer Inc., Clarian Health Partners, Perkins Specialized Transportation, Ball State University, Intrametco, Community Health Network, STAR Financial Bank, Verus Partners, the Wesleyan Church Foundation, leading retailers and an affluent, vibrant workforce.  www.saxony-indiana.com