Saturday, April 1, 2017
End Date: Saturday, May 6, 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Think you can sing? Think you can’t sing? It doesn’t matter! Join together with singers of all levels to discover how much enjoyable and rewarding it is to sing with a group, even if you have never sung in any form before. We will explore vocal music from many genres and cultural traditions, as well as exercises for finding and freeing your natural singing voice. All levels of singing ability are welcome! The class may be repeated, as songs will likely change from one session to another. No class on April 29th.
Saturdays @ McConnell Center Rm 220
Alex currently teaches private piano, voice, music theory, and ear training lessons to children and adults as the founder and director of the Krauth Music Studio in Eliot, ME. At Keene Stage College she took several education courses, including "issues in Music Education" and "Development, Exceptionality, and Learning." She currently holds the position as Choral Director and Brixham Montessori Friends School in York, ME.
Learn to play a song and master some basic techniques. Harmonica included.
Dover High School~Room 210
Mike & Bev Rogers
Mike has been playing harmonica since the age of fifteen. Years ago he left the seacoast area of Maine, moving to the deep south. This move influenced his love of rural blues. Accompanied by his wife Bev, Mike performs in public schools, retirement centers and public concerts bringing his love of the harmonica to special need students and the general population in for the form of concerts and harmonica workshops. During the International Paralympics in 1996 in Atlanta, GA Mike and Bev were part of the Very Special Arts performances. They also participated in the 1999 International Very Special Arts Conference in Los Angeles, CA representing Maine and Georgia.