Music School

ARTS AND CULTURE: Cynthia Sayer – La Tribune

[ad_1] Internationally renowned banjoist CYNTHIA SAYER will lead her trio in Cynthia Sayer: Hot Banjo at the Paramount Arts Center on Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Gender style: Hot Jazz, Swing and more Location: New York City How did the project get started?I have performed with many groups over …

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A non-traditional educational path – InsideSources

[ad_1] As summer approaches, recent high school graduates across the country are planning the next steps in their lives. About 69 percent of these adolescents will choose the route of traditional higher education. Yet only four out of ten will graduate after four years. The truth is, the standard American …

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Best-selling songwriters Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson join ASCAP Experience summer lineup with top film and TV composers Segun Akinola, Ruth Barrett, Lorne Balfe, Joel Beckerman, Siddhartha Khosla, John Powell, Pinar Toprak and Isobel Waller-Bridge

[ad_1] NEW YORK, July 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ASCAP experience, ASCAP’s signature event created to inspire, educate and connect aspiring songwriters and composers around the world, announces their upcoming program of virtual expert sessions in July and August. A conversation between Grammy winners Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson …

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New principals, primary school principals

[ad_1] Fort Smith Public Schools have announced a series of new administrative hires for the 2021-22 school year. Tony Smith, Director of Secondary Education Tony Jones will serve as Director of Secondary Education for Fort Smith Public Schools. Jones has been Principal of the Belle Point Center since 2018. He …

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The program helps teens find creative outlets through art

[ad_1] Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices Flight School offers the Arts on Main summer program for ages 13-18. The first session featured artist Nate Lovett. Upcoming, Chris Campbell on Mindfulness and Bobby Dotson on Music. Art and music are often used in therapy and counseling with CBHCs. The program shows different …

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Suzanne Santo at the garage sale of her debut album

[ad_1] ^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. In 2003, at nineteen, songwriter Suzanne Santo followed her boyfriend to Los Angeles. They broke up during her first week in the city, leaving her “only sadness and my father’s guitar,” she recalls. …

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SUNY Fredonia School of Music to Offer Free Summer Workshops for Middle and High School Students and Teachers | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] A series of free online workshops and master classes for middle and high school students and teachers will be organized by the State University of the Fredonia School of Music in late June and July. Full schedule and registration information are online at fredonia.edu/summermusic Pre-registration is required for free …

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Play music for 40 hours as part of the annual fundraiser

[ad_1] Brent Duncan / Supplied Mountainview High School’s band Bring on the Chops are planning a unique 40-hour music against famine. Back left, Isa Creba, 17, and Sarah Duncan, 16, front left, George Duncan, 17, Matthew Creba, 16, and Josh Lovely, 17. The Mountainview High School band members performed World …

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Soprano NaGuanda Nobles honors teachers with scholarships

[ad_1] Dreams are generally considered to be fantasies. Often times, however, dreams can come true. For some time now, NaGuanda Miller Nobles has had a desire to help others pursue musical careers. His dream came true thanks to the training of The HighArt Foundation (HAF). The foundation will award scholarships …

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Celebrate World Music Day | Cyprus Mail

[ad_1] June 21 is a special day for many reasons. It is the international day of yoga and the summer solstice but also the world day of music. With three different reasons to celebrate, there are bound to be a variety of events around the island and a somewhat unique …

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Montgomery’s Beat Champ has the recipe for success

[ad_1] For Montgomery’s Beat Champ, stringing together a beat is more than just throwing sounds together. It’s even more than putting together a puzzle. Think of him more as a gourmet chef with a musical recipe, which he likes to prepare with quality ingredients. “If you’re picking out sounds that …

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NOVOS is the new sports school for Gen-Z

[ad_1] For anyone over 30, Fortnite might be nothing more than a benchmark in the vast pool of memes, gifs, and TV shows. However, the popular video game, which only launched in 2017, has racked up huge success – with around 350 million player accounts and 80.4 million monthly users. …

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YS School Board – Deficit delayed by one year

[ad_1] The financial situation of Yellow Springs schools looks a little more optimistic at the end of the school year than it was last fall, according to District Treasurer Tammy Emrick. Reporting to the school board at its last regular meeting on Thursday, May 13, Emrick said income for the …

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Increases for the Springfield Science Museum, Public Forum, Community Music School and other nonprofits proposed in the State Senate budget of $ 47.7 billion for the fiscal year 2022

[ad_1] As Massachusetts reopens and residents come back to life without COVID-19 restrictions, state lawmakers are considering a slew of budget changes for fiscal 2022 that could give hard-hit nonprofits a boost in Springfield and western Massachusetts. The recently approved $ 47.7 billion budget by the State Senate includes several …

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Music Teacher Directs Heartwarming Video of Elementary School Student Singing “We Are the World” – Lexington-Fayette, Ky.

[ad_1] Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-05-27 18:30:50 – Clarkville, IndianaWRTV) – A music teacher at a primary school in South India used a rare note to create a charming and heartwarming music video with his students. Emmy Bodner, a music teacher at Clarksville Elementary School, divided her students into different groups throughout …

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11 best Jamie Foxx movies to watch right now

[ad_1] For Hollywood artists, versatility is the key to a successful career. Actor, singer and comedian Jamie Foxx is pretty much the personification of the term ‘triple threat’. The 53-year-old has constantly evolved throughout his career and seems determined to push the boundaries of what fans expect of him. Born …

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Calendar of events for Westlake

[ad_1] Note: In response to concerns about the coronavirus, events in the region may be subject to cancellation, postponement or participation limits. Please contact the organizers to confirm event details. May 25 Tuesday Story Time: 10:30 am via Zoom, hosted by Westbank Libraries. This program develops early literacy skills through …

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Young Texas artists see a bright future

[ad_1] MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – May has been an exciting month for Young Texas Artists (YTA) as community members rallied to help the nonprofit meet the $ 50,000 matching grant challenge of the YTA leadership team, enabling the fine arts group to raise over $ 100,000 in just 35 days. …

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Community calendar | News | hammondstar.com

[ad_1] Saturday, May 1 Hammond Farmer’s Market, 8 am to noon, 2 W. Thomas Street With a live concert this week by the Southeastern Community Music School String Orchestra, 10:30 am to 11:30 am Household Hazardous Recycling Collection, 8 am to noon, Zemurray Park, 406 S. Oak St., Hammond. No …

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When the cellos play, the cows come home

[ad_1] LUND, Denmark – At a recent performance of Tchaikovsky’s ‘Pezzo Capriccioso’, a handful of spectators leaned intently forward, eyes shining, a few encouraging sniffs escaping from the otherwise hushed floor. Although relatively new to classical music, they seemed to listen closely to the eight cellists on stage, raising their …

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Michelle Zauner of Philly’s Japanese Breakfast Has New Memoir Born of Sorrow and New Album Full of Joy | Health

[ad_1] PIHLADELPHIA – Before Michelle Zauner wrote “Crying in H Mart,” her beautiful heartbreaking memoir about grief, food and her Korean American identity, she had already created two works of art about the loss of her mother, Chongmi, cancer in 2014: the Japanese Breakfast Albums “Psychopomp” and “Soft Sounds from …

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Greensboro Music Teacher Brings Harmony With New Anthem

[ad_1] Washington Montessori’s Jerry Davis spent weeks creating the original song and recording a music video with his students. GREENSBORO, North Carolina – An unprecedented school year is drawing to a close for Washington Montessori students. All grade levels are back in classrooms – and struggling to reconnect. Music teacher …

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Bits & Bytes: OLLI speaks with Dr. Joe Coughlin of MIT’s AgeLab; Summer Youth Program Adventures in Music; United Live Community Celebration; BCC virtual information sessions

[ad_1] OLLI at BCC will present a virtual discussion with Dr. Joe Coughlin, researcher, educator, speaker and advisor whose work explores how global demographics, technology and changing generational behaviors are transforming businesses and society. Photo courtesy OLLI OLLI will present “The New Future of Old Age in Today’s Longevity Economy” …

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