bunniez n' bearz, by JUQ
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Expert Voice and Piano Lessons for students of all ages in a fun and supportive learning environment.
Expert Voice and Piano Lessons for students of all ages. Current and former students have: -Been a contestant on "The Voice" -Made Callbacks for "America's Got Talent" -Performed the National Anthem Televised for: NFL, NHL, NASCAR, NCAA, and MLB -Obtained a recording contract -Won major competitions -Participated in Vocal Masterclasses in Europe -Accepted to and received scholarships to prestigious music programs at the college/university level -AND MUCH MORE!
bunniez n' bearz, by JUQ
7 track album
The Volunteers of Community Theatre Deserve an Endless Ovation
Many of us work full-time jobs, what I refer to as a vocation to support our avocations. And I can’t tell you how many times people ask me after seeing a show or hearing I am in a show, “How much do you get paid for doing this?” Of course, in community theatre, the answer is nothing. The look ...
QUOTATION of the WEEK
Be sure to make some time for yourself this week!
This inspiring 89-year-old pianist just passed his Grade 3 ABRSM exam
Jack Skelland has just passed yet another graded piano exam, ahead of his 90th birthday in July. Here’s proof it’s never too late to learn a musical instrument…
Wanbli Ceya on the move | Native Sun News Today
PINE RIDGE— Although he does hop in planes and fly oversees to far off places, and dream big dreams, about dramatically transforming his Oglala world through his music and his vision, Wanbli Ceya is, at his elemental core, as plain and simple as the most isolated patch of windswept, sunbaked, bliz...
Stop obsessing over talent—everyone can sing
Children with difficulty singing can be labelled as 'nonmusical' by parents, teachers and pop culture. This toxic idea of 'talent' can deprive people of music's benefits for the rest of their lives.
QUOTATION of the WEEK Have a fantastic week!! (MusicTeacherResources)
Chasing Rainbows the Musical
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West Virginia Music Educators Association
ICE Collaborative Arts
NOW ANNOUNCING OUR SUMMER SESSIONS!!!!
#1: Rabbit- 7/1-7/5 with an informal performance on 7/5
#2: Seussical JR-7/6, 7/13, 7/15-7/19: 2pm performance AT FRANKLIN PARK ARTS CENTER on 7/20
#3: Willy Wonka Kids- 7/29-8/2: 2pm performance AT FRANKLIN PARK ARTS CENTER on 8/3
#4: Heathers the Musical- High School Edition- 7/23, 7/25, 7/30, 8/1, 8/6, 8/8, 8/12-8/16: 2pm and 7pm performance AT FRANKLIN PARK ARTS CENTER on 8/17
Learn more on our site or send us an email!!!
Angel Heart Boutique
Art is everything ❤️
The David Jones Voice Studio
Choose the Teacher: NOT the School
Young singers can be vulnerable to being impressed with celebrity and this applies to choosing a school as much as anything else. What frequently happens is that the singer may have the mistaken idea that a name school is going to have an excellent faculty. In some cases it could be true. But in other cases it could not be further from the truth.
An article I wrote years ago was published in Classical Singer Magazine entitled, "Searching for a Good Voice Teacher" and in that article I outlined characteristics that describe a good diagnostic instructor. The editor at the time was very supportive of this kind of article because it dispelled the myth that any singer should just trust the name of a school rather than looking at the teaching ability of each individual teacher first.
Diagnostics in the Voice Studio
Before blindly going to any college or university, I recommend that the singer review the faculty and take some private lessons. This way the singer can get an overview of how an instructor works in a studio setting. Is the instructor supportive, positive, knowledgable about the physical workings of the voice, and does the instructor have a large number of diagnostic tools and solutions?
Choosing the Wrong Instructor
I have dealt with both the vocal and emotional damage that choosing the wrong teacher can create. Some singers who come to me with severe vocal issues have attended a name school with a big reputation, thinking that they should just trust the name of the school. In some cases the results have been catastrophic. I remember one soprano who worked with an emotionally and vocally abusive teacher. She lost the entire high range because this instructor pulled her middle register too high when she was vocalized. Yet during her entire study, the singer was blamed for being a 'bad student'.
Investigate and INVEST in Your Future:
My advice to every young singer preparing for college or university? Investigate every teacher before you attend. If this is not allowed, scratch that school from your list of possibilities and go to the next name on the list. Remember NO ONE is more interested in your well-being than you. Protect your voice and your future by making certain that you study in a studio that reflects support for your talent. In my generation, we were taught just to trust anyone in a position of authority and this was a huge mistake that I made personally. It took years to find my voice due to incorrect instruction.
Final Thought: "If it feels wrong, it IS wrong!" I say this to my students all of the time, and if I give something that does not feel correct, we immediately move to something else.
Have a great day! TREASURE your talent and protect it. David
Here's a quote that we live by!
#FridayFeeling 😊 🎶
Ddendyl is climbing the charts!!!! Country Music has a riding star!
Castile native Ddendyl Hoyt climbs from #73 to #68 on the Music Row Country Chart with "Where I Come From"
Congratulations to Lyra S. For completing her first level in piano! Your older brother and sister better watch out! You’ll catch up to them soon!🎹💕
Congratulations to Jaiden P. For completing your level in piano! On to the next set of books:)
So proud of you🎹
Congratulations to Stephanie Rogers and Zoe Benton for being cast in “Seussical” at Tuscarora Hig School!
Stephanie received a callback as a freshman!
WAY TO GO GIRLS!😃
Congratulations to Brigid Pellicano for being selected as the understudy of Jojo (a leading role!), for the upcoming presentation of “Seussical” at Tuscarora High School.
Congratulations to Ava Peach for being selected for the role of Council Member LouAnn in the Smartts Mill Middle School’s upcoming Production of “Hairspray”.
Congratulations to Talia Lytle for being selected to play the role of Savannah (one of the leads!) in the Belmont Ridge Middle School’s Production of “Freaky Friday”.
Congratulations to Kait Lanigan for being cast inthe role of Hannah for the Belmont Ridge Middle School’s Production of “Freaky Friday”.
What a great way to start your Middle School Musical Experience!
Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness Through Music
An orchestra in which all the musicians are dealing with mental health issues is working to harness the healing power of music.
ICE Collaborative Arts
We are over the moon excited to announce that we will be presenting the newly released “Frozen Jr” with special arrangement through MTI!
Performance is May 25 2 PM and 7 PM at Franklin Park Arts Center.
rehearsal details will be announced shortly!
Send an email to [email protected] to reserve your space today!
Stay tuned for more updates!
So proud of Ddendyl! I’m so happy for you💗
(To think that 9 year old girl who began taking lessons with me, would someday have a song on the Country Music Charts!)
Directed by Kurt Tocci
Please Appreciate Classic Theatre
Classical theatre, whether a musical or straight play, comedy or drama, is one of the most vital parts to today’s more contemporary theatre. Right now, many people gravitate more towards new things that are playing on and off Broadway because it’s new and exciting and something people probably h...
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Chamber Music as Prep for Med School at The Juilliard School
Chamber Music as Prep for Med School Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018 Megan Griffin Juilliard Journal Alumni Story Share on: Viola alumna and medical school student Megan Griffin adapted this article for the Journal from an essay she wrote for her internal medicine rotation. The first week of medical school....
We should always help and support our fellow musicians when and where we can!! None of us succeeds alone so pay it forward when possible!! :-D (y)
If you’re looking for a fun spring production to participate in, check out ICE!
NOW ANNOUNCING OUR SPRING MUSICAL!!! The Addams Family [email protected] Edition!
Rehearsals on Tuesdays 6:30-8:30 starting on January 22nd. At Brambleton Community Center.
Performance at Franklin Park Arts Center on Saturday May 25th 2:00pm and 7:00pm
Check out our website to register and for more info!!
Who was Marni Nixon, the ‘ghost singer’ behind Hollywood’s famous actresses?
Marni Nixon was Hollywood’s great unsung singer. She dubbed the voices of Audrey Hepburn in 'My Fair Lady', Deborah Kerr in 'The King and I' and Natalie Wood in 'West Side Story'. But for most of her career, no one knew who she was.
True!! :-D So what are your music plans for today??! (y)
Music Therapy Addresses Trauma - Careers that Change Lives
Music therapy addresses trauma and is an effective intervention for working with traumatized children and adults. It helps reduce anxiety, offers emotional relief, and facilitates life-affirming social interactions, to name just a few of its benefits.
Alabama Arts Alliance
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ICE Collab is a performing arts studio that provides clasees for learning techniques of theatrical performing arts, such as, acting, improv, and performances.
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