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She is also part of the Master of Choral Music Education program, where she mentors students and is a teacher at Albertville High School in Montgomery, Alabama. Jamin holds a Bachelor of Music in Music from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Micah has just accepted a position in the Marching Band for the 2017 / 18 school year. Lydia teaches a master's degree in choral music at Alabama State University in Huntsville.
He has conducted the Flower Mound Progressive Orchestra and is also a member of the professional jazz band from Charlotte, NC. He is also a regular member of the Gulf Coast Wind Ensemble and guest conductor of the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and New Orleans Jazz Orchestra. She is currently the music education director at Albertville High School in Montgomery, Alabama, and serves prospective students in both the high school's choir music programs and the school's middle school.
The Master Class will take place on Saturday, November 5, at 7: 30 p.m. in the auditorium of Albertville High School in Montgomery, Alabama.
The master classes and guest artists are sponsored by Snead State, and we hope to see you all at the event on Saturday, November 5 at 7: 30 p.m. in the auditorium of Albertville High School. In the meantime, we are offering a fun educational video showcasing the talents that these four musicians have orchestrated so wonderfully.
The public-private partnership began when the City Council bought the former K-Mart site and began meeting with 15 different developers to hear about Albertville's potential to create more jobs and increase sales tax revenue. ABA members have recently passed a law allowing their board to switch to a virtual format if needed. The first is in Alabama, where immigration states considered the toughest in the nation face challenges from the U.S. Justice Department.
Louisa moved to Washington, D.C. to do an internship at the National Center for Performing Arts and the American Civil Liberties Union, and Monica returned to Germany, where she taught music at the University of Cologne Music College. They now live in New York City, while Falko is a Master of Laws at NYU and Louisa is studying law at Columbia Law School.
He began a music therapy program at Decatur City Schools and graduated from the University of Georgia with M.M.E. in 2003. He continued his education in Israel, where he was a student at the Yehuda Gilad's School of Music in Tel Aviv and an assistant professor of music at Israel's Bar Ilan University in Jerusalem. He continued his education in the USA, where he was a member of the faculty at the Music School of New York University and the School for the Arts in Los Angeles, and at the Music College of Southern California, where he completed an internship with the student YeHudaGilad during his MM.
The festival returned to Marshall County in 2010, when it coined its name in honor of a well-known local string teacher, Dr. Robert "Bobby" Brown. The festival held its first Homecoming Concert in October 2010 before moving to Indian Springs School south of Birmingham.
After graduating in 2004 with a BA in Music Administration, Wesley received a Master's degree in Performing Arts Administration from the University of Rhode Island. He moved to Providence, RI, to work in programming and concert booking at Providence Performing Arts Center. The Gerhart Chamber Music Series began in 1972 with the title "Jugend - Musik gemacht.
He has since moved to Atlanta, GA, and hopes to soon work as a stage manager for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the Georgia Performing Arts Center. He was also contacted during the 2010 season when he was asked to play for them in Carmen. His solo performances have been in New York City, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Chicago. In 2010 he appeared as a soloist in the Boston Globe production of "Tosca" and "Don Giovanni," and returned as a stage manager in Tosca and Don Giovanni.
In 2013, visitors to the Gerhart Festival enjoyed the newly restored historic Fielder Auditorium, which is located in the historic building on the corner of Main Street and Main Street. The venue will be the venue for the first time in its history and also home to the Alabama Music Festival. Food City offers a variety of services and amenities, ranging from flower boutiques to seating, food trucks to a full-service bar.
If your company would like to sponsor the Gerhart Music Festival, please purchase an ad for the festival program, fill out the order form and send it to Lindsey Snead, lke snead _ edu @ alabama.gov, or send it to the Albertville Chamber of Commerce. Enjoy great music and good food, and we should strive to do better so that we can better serve our state's students and bands. The proceeds from the sale of the CD will be donated to a church on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi that is rebuilding and purchasing an organ for its new church.