The joy of student performances

By March 28, 2017Uncategorized

We celebrate your students’ performances and the joy they bring to others.  It has been our honor to assist performing groups for over 40 years.  Here is a sampling of the many ways in which our clients have incorporated musical opportunities into their student group tour . . . do you see your group in this list, past or future?

  • A Jazz combo on a balcony above the French Quarter in New Orleans.
  • String orchestra performers in a workshop with fellow secondary schools students in Montreal.
  • A myriad of Marching Band performances:
    • Tournament of Roses Parade
    • Cherry Blossom Festival, Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, Azalea Festival …
    • Walt Disney World and Universal Studios
    • Presidential Inaugurations
  • High school band members participating in a “Music Production” workshop at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
  • Students engaging with a faculty member from Berklee or McGill University or Cleveland Institute of Music during a custom clinic.
  • A Wind Ensemble paying tribute to the fallen at the Eternal Light Peace Memorial at Gettysburg.
  • A Concert Band performing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
  • Students playing the spoons and taking part in making Quebecois folk music at La Sucrerie de la Montagne.
  • A Jazz Ensemble performing at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Members of a Big Band providing dance music for their classmates at a country club dinner.
  • Middle School students competing at their first formal festival.
  • High school Choral students making a recording in the Historic Studio B in Nashville.
  • National Park Service Rangers educating students about the African roots of American Jazz music in New Orleans.
  • Public performances including the plaza at Lincoln Center or outside City Hall in Toronto
  • Students celebrating as they receive the Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser Esprit de Corps award, given to the group that exemplifies support and camaraderie amongst all of the participating ensembles in a Festivals of Music program.

When we talk about making memories that last a lifetime, it’s not just a cliché to us:  it’s the reality of these students’ experiences.  We’re proud to partner with you to make them happen.

 

 

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