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- Jul 13, '19July 13, 20199:00 am: Summer Singing Workshop for Kids and Teens
July 13, 2019 –First Congregational Church540 Commonwealth AveLos Angeles, California 90020
Summer Retreat and Voice Workshop for Kids and Teens
A musical workshop for children and teens (grade 4-12) interested in sharpening music theater and pop singing skills, join the Commonwealth Community Chorus summer workshop on July 13th with director Dr. David Harris and special guest clinician Katie C. We'll be singing, practicing audition prep for musical theater, and working on singing for camera. The Commonwealth Community Chorus is a community-wide project that brings the voices of a new generation together to sing, connect, learn, and promote the benefits of diversity & social justice in our changing world. Dr. Harris, music director, has decades of experience helping kids and teens fulfill their best selves as soloists and ensemble singers. Katie C is a celebrity vocal coach, singer, and musical composer whose work with teens and children has seen hundreds of talented young vocalists performing on stages around the country. She is an expert in musical theater and pop singing, auditioning, and performing for music videos.
Summer Retreat and Voice Workshop for Kids and Teens (4th-12th grade)
Saturday, July 13, 2019 9:00am-5:00pm
Led by Dr. David Harris, music director, and special guest artist Katie C.
First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, 540 S Commonwealth
Cost: $30 (scholarships available, lunch included)
To sign up, go to fccla.org/ccc7:00 pm: REMEMBERFORGET presented by The New Arts Foundation
July 13, 2019 –Monk Space4414 W 2nd StLos Angeles, CA 90004
The New Arts Foundation is pleased to present rememberforget on Saturday, July 13th. New Arts is an LA-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that produces Outsider Art events to fundraise for mental health. Featuring new paint & video work by Greg Jenkins, and music by MAX V, rememberforget will benefit NAMI Urban LA. NAMI Urban LA is the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization. New Arts also has the support of the Wilshire Center-Koreatown Neighborhood Council.
In addition to two rooms full of large-scale contemporary art, the event will feature a one thousand square foot video installation, music, an outdoor lounge area, hand-picked local sponsors, and two bars. All in a converted spirits distillery.
The Reception at 7:00PM provides guests with the opportunity to explore the art and video installation prior to the Main Event’s larger crowd and live DJ beginning at 8:30PM.