WHERE O WHERE / MUSIC PREP / EVENTS

I. WHERE O WHERE DID THE….
II. MUSIC PREP – PART II – WEDNESDAY NIGHT!
III. EVENTS

…Absolutely guaranteed anonymity – Former Musician’s Union officer
…The one voice of reason in a sea of insanity – Nashville ‘first call’
scoring musician
…Allows us to speak our minds without fear of reprisal – L.A. Symphonic musician
…Reporting issues the Musicians Union doesn’t dare to mention – National touring musician

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I. WHERE O WHERE DID THE….

According to federal law, the local must keep the ballots from
the referendum for 4 years (According to our legal person).

However, though the Local told the membership that they
had 1000-2000 extra ballots printed, those ballots have
not been accounted for.

The number of ballots used for re-sends and re-votes
doesn’t come anywhere near close to the number printed,
and they have not been cataloged with the bulk of the
used ballots.

So where are they? Who has them?

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II. MUSIC PREP – PART II – WEDNESDAY NIGHT!
Free for Local 47/ASMAC members.

The Art of Music Preparation
7:00p.m.- 10:00 p.m. Wednesday March 2, 2016
Free Event for members of Local 47 and ASMAC, $10 for guests
AFM Local 47 817 Vine St. Hollywood CA 90038

The American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers
(ASMAC) is proud to present

“First Wednesdays”, a new monthly tradition now hosted by
Local 47 for it’s members. On the first Wednesday evening
of each month, ASMAC will produce a new event featuring
various topics of interest for music arrangers and composers
starting March 2nd with The Art of Music Preparation(pt2)

The Art of Music Preparation (pt.2) will feature Ross deRoche,
Liz Finch, Kim Richmond, Jim Ciancaglini. Join us for a special
and informative event with a panel of expert music copyists
who will discuss how to make the most out of a musician’s
performance by providing the best possible manuscript.

Thoughtful music preparation saves time and money at
recording sessions and rehearsals. Topics will include
important tips for orchestration, notation rules, computer
notation, part layout, binding, preparing midi for orchestration,
proofreading, various careers in music preparation, budgets,
and much more. Refine your skills as an orchestrator, composer
and music copyist by attending this once in a lifetime event.
We will have a Q&A between attendees and panelists.
Technical questions about Finale and Sibelius will be included.

OUR PANELISTS

Ross deRoche – Guardians of the Galaxy, Birdman, White House
Down, Mr. & Mrs. Smith,“300”, “2012”, Watchmen, End of the
World, The Day After Tomorrow, The Revenant, Unfinished
Business, Healer, The 33, Call of Duty-Black Ops II & III; 1996,
2002 Olympics.

Liz Finch who holds a MA degree in theory and composition,
has worked as a copyist for many years in both recording and
live performance, in the studio music libraries and independent
music preparation offices, as well as independently for many
high -profile arrangers and composers. She was sometimes
known as “the girl” at a time when there were very few women
in the profession. With the move to more digital music production,
she has also served as an orchestrator for many films with composers
such as Hans Zimmer, John Powell, and Steve Jablonsky

Kim Richmond (host) ASMAC President, Composer, Studio
Musician, Emmy nominated arranger. Orchestration for Knight
Rider, Arranger for Lalo Schifrin, Buddy Rich, Kim Richmond
Jazz Orchestra. Orchestra member: Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson,
Bob Florence, Bill Holman, and Vinny Golia. Educator: USC,
UC Fullerton, Cal Arts.

Jim Ciancaglini, Valle Music Reproduction
Disney, The Tonight Show, Universal-MCA, 20th Century Fox,
Warner Brothers, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Chamber
Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, The Boston, Cleveland, and
Cincinnati Symphonies, Aaron Spelling Production, John Addison,
Lalo Schifrin, John Cacavas, The James Guthrie Music Library.

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III. EVENTS

DEAN AND RICHARD

DEAN AND RICHARD are now playing every third Friday
at Culver City Elks 7:30pm-10;30pm,
11160 Washington Pl.
Culver City, 90232
310-839-8891

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LA WINDS JAZZ KATS 584

NO COVER, NO MINIMUM.
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Viva Cantina
7:30-10:00.
900 Riverside Drive, Burbank.

Free parking across the street at Pickwick Bowl.
Come hear your favorite charts played the way they
should be.

We are in the back room called the Trailside Room.

Come on down. Guaranteed to swing.

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2/27/16

MICHAEL KIBBE PREMIERE

CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT
The Humboldt State University Symphonic Band will
feature my latest work for band, the Poseidon Overture,
in concert at Fulkerson Recital Hall. The performance
will take place this coming Saturday, February 27th at 8:00.

This work was composed last year specifically for the HSU
Band. It is an energetic and tuneful “old-style” piece, with
lots of action for all sections of the band. Although
originally written for a smaller ensemble, the growth
of the band has necessitated addition of a few more
instruments.

Other works on the program are by Aaron Copland,
Percy Grainger, William Schuman and John Mackey.

The Jazz Orchestra completes the program, with
both new works and classics.
www.michaelkibbe.com

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2/28/16

SONG OF THE ANGELS FLUTE ORCHESTRA

Their Next concert, “Winter Dreams” is
Sunday, February 28th at 3:30pm at the Cornerstone Music Conservatory
12121 W. Pico Blvd., #205, Los Angeles, CA 90064

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2/28/16

BOYCOTT THE OSCARS OR JUST RECORD THEM.
YOU’LL BE HOME IN TIME TO MISS ALL THE COMMERCIALS.  😉
 
PLEASE JOIN US IN A SPECIAL CONCERT
 
PEGGY DUQUESNEL – PIANO & VOCALS
TONY JONES – DRUMS & VOCALS
RON ESCHETE – GUITAR
LUTHER HUGHES – BASS
 
Advance Reservations and Tickets Recommended:
$20 http://www.alvasshowroom.com/calendar.php


Sunday, February 28, 2016 4pm to 6pm 
Alva’s Show Room:
1417 W 8th St, San Pedro, CA 90732


“S’Wonderful Gershwin” show

features the talents of jazz pianist and vocalist Peggy
Duquesnel along with multi-talented jazz vocalist and
drummer Tony Jones. Duquesnel and Jones bring fresh
vocal and instrumental arrangements to the Gershwin
Song Book repertoire with a nod to the duet recordings
of “Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong sing Gershwin.”
 
Duquesnel has performed and recorded with such notables as
Alan Broadbent, Henry Mancini, Pat Boone, Dionne Warwick,
Jeff Lorber, Rick Braun and Jimmy Haslip. She has released
ten CDs as a featured artist and is also an accomplished
composer, songwriter and arranger.
 
Jones performs around the world as a singer and drummer in
various bands and styles and has performed with artists
including Joe Diorio, Charlie Haden, James Newton, The
Beach Boys, Bob Dylan and Stephen Bishop. Jones is a
master impersonator of Louis Armstrong’s vocal style and
Jones’ grandfather, renowned composer Leon Rene’,
composed Louis Armstrong’s theme song “When it’s Sleepytime
Down South.”
 
Duquesnel debuted her solo Gershwin show at Segerstrom
Center for the Arts in Orange County and then with her trio
at the Jazz at Kitano in New York City.
 
Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/517692678412478/
 
Booking Contact:
www.JoySpringMusic.com
866-887-3449

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3/2/16

Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts/
Jacqueline Suzuki & Susan Svrcek perform
RAUTAVAARA Lost Landscapes

FREE ADMISSION GLENDALE NOON CONCERTS
Every FIRST & THIRD WEDNESDAY at 12:10-12:40 pm
On Wednesday MARCH 2, 2016 at 12:10-12:40 pm:
Crescenta Ensemble: Einojuhani Rautavaara’s Lost Landscapes

CRESCENTA ENSEMBLE
Jacqueline Suzuki – violin
Susan Svrcek – piano
http://www.susansvrcekpianist.com/

Program:
P.I. TSCHAIKOWSKY Melodie, Op.42, No.3
EINOJUHANI RAUTAVAARA Lost Landscapes (2005)

RELAX DURING YOUR LUNCH HOUR WITH LIVE MUSIC

PLEASE NOTE:
The Glendale Noon Concerts series
now takes place in the Sanctuary at
GLENDALE CITY CHURCH
610 E. California Ave. (at Isabel St.)
Glendale, CA 91206-3701

INFO:
Please call Victoria Lucero (818-244-7241 office)
or email glendalecitychurch.org/
https://www.facebook.com/glendalecitychurch

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UPCOMING CONCERTS in the same series:
(every FIRST & THIRD WEDNESDAY at 12:10-12:40 pm;
programs subject to change)

MARCH 16, 2015
HAROUT SENEKEREMIAN
PIANO RECITAL
Works by Faure, Rachmaninov & more
http://www.haroutsenekeremian.com/

APRIL 6, 2016
VIOLIN RECITAL
GINASTERA Pampeana No.1, Op.16 (1947)
BRAHMS Violin Sonata No.3 in D minor, Op.108
Jacqueline Suzuki – violin
Rosa LoGiudice – piano

APRIL 20, 2016
CRESCENTA ENSEMBLE
TSCHAIKOVSKY Meditation Op.42, No.1
GINASTERA Piano Sonata No.1, Op.22
Jacqueline Suzuki – violin
Susan Svrcek – piano

CONCERT UPDATES:
http://www.glendalenoonconcerts.blogspot.com/

MORE FREE CONCERTS:
At the Edendale Branch Library in ECHO PARK
http://www.edendaleupclose.blogspot.com/

>>>Saturday MARCH 12. 2016 at Noon-1pm
Baroque concert featuring works by
Handel, Monteverdi, Purcell & Scarlatti
BRIAN ASAWA – countertenor
DIANA TASH – mezzo-soprano
ARTHUR OMURA – harpsichord
ALEXA PILON – Baroque cello
http://www.brianasawa.com/
http://www.dianatash.com/
http://www.arthuromura.com/

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3/2/16

California Jazz Foundation’s Annual Gala

GIVE THE BAND A HAND
6 pm, Saturday April 2nd, 2016
Cocktail hour, silent auction, live auction, dinner

The LA Hotel Downtown
333 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA

NICA Honoree – John Clayton
Heritage Award – Ray Brown

The Nica is awarded to those individuals who
exemplify the legacy of the Baroness Pannonica
de Koenigswarter, know as “Nica”, an iconic figure
who forged a unique bond with the Jazz community
at a transformative time in American popular Culture.

MUSIC PERFORMANCES FEATURING
– Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
– Gerald CLayton, Grace Kelly, Christoph Luty,
Graham Dechter, Adam Bravo
– California Institute of the Arts Cmbo

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3/2/15

ASMAC PRESENTS: FIRST WEDNESDAY’S

MUSIC PREP: PART II

Local 47 Auditorium
Wednesday, March 2nd 7:00 pm
817 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA

ASMAC continues the First Wednesday’s tradition with 
The Art Of Music Preparation Act II! Featuring a panel
of veteran copyists: Ross deRoche, David Giuli and
moderator Kim Richmond at the Musician’s Local 47
auditorium with lots more in depth discussion on the
art of music preparation.

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3/5/26

TONY JONES VOCAL PROJECT

PLEASE JOIN ME FOR A LOVELY DAY AT THE BEACH

Tony Jones comes to the famed Lighthouse Cafe
with a stellar band to perform his arrangements
of songs from his CD “My Song.”

Tony Jones – Vocal, Percussion •
Chuck Manning – Sax •
Andy Langham – Piano •
Gabe Davis – Bass •
Tina Raymond – Drums

Saturday, March 5, 2016
11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Lighthouse Cafe – 30 Pier Ave, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
No cover charge
https://myspace.com/tonyjonesvocalproject

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3/5/16

The 11th Annual Lympho-Maniac 70s Party

Saturday, March 5 at 7 PM in CST
New Orleans Lakefront Airport.

Dust off your Afro Wig….After taking 3 year hiatus,
LYMPHO-MANIAC 2016 PARTY officially set for Saturday
March 5th 2016 @ recently renovated New Orleans
Lakefront Airport. This venue is [email protected] & perfect
fit for our 70s theme party.

Our fundraising goal is $100,000 with all proceeds from
event going to grants for lower income families (less than
35k gross income) in Greater New Orleans area who have
someone that is currently undergoing cancer treatment
@ East Jefferson General Hospital – EJGH

FYI Don Trump Jr and Vanessa Trump Jr have agreed to
come down and (once again) be our celebrity judges for
2016 Lympho-Maniac Dance contest = Winner takes home
Disco Ball. Only question now is whether or not we will be
able to film 2016 Lympho Promo @ the White House???

New 2016 Lympho-Maniac website soon to follow….
may the funk be with you, Chad

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3/6/16

The 18th Annual West Coast Composer’s Forum Concert

It’s been 18 years ago since a group of like-minded
composers got the idea to all write for the same ensemble
and then put on a concert.

Since then we have produced a concert just about every
year, we have had dozens of composers participate, and
we have had some very interesting ensembles, one of
the more notable being: six saxophones (sopranino,
soprano, alto, tenor. baritone, bass)
and orchestral harp. CD’s are still available.

This year is the first concert where the composers will
also be the performers. it also happens that the
instrumentation is as strange
as ever. 

Alto sax & E.W.I. Electronic Wind Instrument (Joe Sorce)
Bassoon  (Charles Fernandez)
French Horn  (Steve Mahpar) 
Trombone & Poetry (John David Grab) 
Six String Electric Bass Guitar (Ross Wright) 
This concert in unique in other respects,
as we are participating in closing reception of a larger art project. 

AWOL
4937 Alhambra Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90032
 
“Being Ernest Shackleton | El Sereno (In Two Phases)”
Jim Ovelmen, Mehran Ayati, Mondo Bobadilla
Closing Reception
Sunday March 6th, 2016
3:30 pm 

Program:

-WEST COAST COMPOSERS’ FORUM 4:00 – 5:00 pm

-Caspar Sonnet + Eliot Eidelman 5:30 – 6:30 pm

-OHR + Guests (ROOFTOP PERFORMANCE): 7:00 – 8:00 p

West Coast Composers’ Forum 4:00 – 5:00 pm

West Coast Composers’ Forum includes award winning
composers who will present previously unpublished music
created for the closing exhibition, including “Endurance
in the Antarctic”. More about the composers and their music. 

JOE SORCE: Composer/Alto and EWI 
CHARLES FERNANDEZ: Composer/Bassoon 
STEVEN MAHPAR: Composer/French Horn 
JOHN DAVID GRAB: Composer/Trombone 
ROSS WRIGHT: Composer/Six String Electric Bass (Fretted and fretless)
CLIFFORD J. TASNER: Composer

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Caspar Sonnet + Eliot Eidleman 5:30 – 6:30 pm

About Caspar Sonnet: 
https://casparsonnet.bandcamp.com/

LISTEN

About Eliot Eidelman :
http://elioteidelmanmusic.com/ 

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OHR 7:00 -8:00 pm

Ohr is a 5 piece experimental rock band from Los Angeles.
Formed by visual artists, Thomas Burkhardt,Brian Cooper,
Timmy Jordan, Jim Ovelmen, Jay Stuckey in 2015,
Ohr delivers a big sound of unbridled improvisation.

Ohr store: http://jimovelmen.com/music/OHR/TheOhrStore.htm 

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About “Being Ernest Shackleton – El Sereno (In Two Phases)”
Please click here to read the Los Angeles Times Story 
 
About AWOL
Based in El Sereno, California, AWOL is dedicated
to artist projects, events, ideas, and irregular connections.
AWOL is located at 4937 Alhambra Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90032. 

www.awolimited.com
 
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Contact:
Nicole Wang
626-675-5051 
[email protected]

 
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3/6/16

The CSUN Youth Orchestras Invites you to our spring concerts!
Our performances are at 2PM & 5PM.

Plaza del Sol Performance Center – CSUN
18111 Nordoff St. Northridge, California 91330

Here’s the lineup:

2PM Concert – Camerata Strings & Symphony Orchestra
Join us for the 25th year of the Camerata Strings under the direction
of Kimberly Blake-Kilgore!

Our Symphony Orchestra will feature works by Verdi, Saint Saens,
Schubert, and Holst

5PM Concert – Philharmonic, featuring soloist Yuri Lim performing
the first movement of the Bruch Violin Concerto in B Minor.

Other works:
Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5
Music From Romeo and Juliet by Prokofiev

Tickets are available at the USU Ticket office during their scheduled
business hours and also an hour before each performance
http://www.csun.edu/as/ticket-office

Ticket prices are $15/Adults $10/Students, Seniors and groups of
10 or more.

We hope to see you there!

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3/9/16

HOMENAJE
at Spaghettini in Seal Beach

We’re excited to bring our “Finding Hearts” concert to Spaghettini
jazz club in Seal Beach on Wednesday March 9th at 7pm!

Purchase tickets at http://spaghettini.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=822185

We have new original material to share as well as old favorites of ours.
Keep up with our latest music and videos at:

www.homenajemusic.com

Homenaje is:

Genevieve Artadi – vocals
Will Brahm – guitar
James Yoshizawa – percussion
Jordan Richards -bass

We’ll see you March 9th!

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3/12/16

SANDFORD HINDERLIE and TOM VAN DER GELD
in concert

Saturday, March 12, 2016 – 7:30 pm

The Biever Guest Lecture and Montage Series presents
an evening of Jazz with internationally known and
composer Dr. Thomas van der Geld performing with
Sanford Hinderlie, Professor of Music.

Tom van der Geld is legendary for his solo work and
group recordings for the German label ECM/JAPO.

Sanford Hinderlie has performed throughout the world,
including concerts in the Far East, Russia, the Republic
of Georgia and Armonia, the Middle East, Europe and
the United States.

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3/12/16

MUSIC AT WESTWOOD – A LOS ANGELES TRADITION

 MARIA NEWMAN CONDUCTS a SPECIAL EVENT PERFORMANCE
George Frideric Handel’s “MESSIAH – PART II”

WESTWOOD MASTER CHOIR, SOLOISTS & CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Sunday Late Afternoon
March 13, 2016 – 5:00 pm 
Westwood Presbyterian Church

Is the “Hallelujah Chorus” really the end of Handel’s “Messiah?”
Experience the Westwood Master Choir and Chamber Orchestra
in the breathtaking continuation of the story begun in a legendary birth.

“Messiah – Part II” is the next chapter in a masterful oratorio setting
depicting impending persecution and astonishing resurrection.

Be inspired. – Be uplifted. – Join us.  
  
Wine and Cheese Reception to Follow  

Westwood Presbyterian Church 
10822 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 474-4535

$20.00 General Admission
$10.00 Student with ID
Parking is Free
Tickets available at
Eventbrite
and at the door

Contact: [email protected]
(310) 474-4535 

FEATURING 
The Westwood Master Choir,
Westwood Chamber Orchestra  
Maria Newman, Conductor
 
Esteemed Vocal Soloists
Christina Borgioli, Soprano Soloist
Nandani Maria Sinha, Alto Soloist
Larry Duplechan, Tenor Soloist
Adam von Almen, Tenor Soloist
Paul Cummings, Baritone Soloist
Dimitri Smith, Baritone Soloist 

Reception Following the Concert
  
Concert Venue:
Westwood Presbyterian Church
10822 Wilshire Boulevard  
Los Angeles, California, 90024

This Special Event is Sponsored by
“Music at Westwood” 
Westwood Presbyterian Church
Los Angeles, California 
 
“Music at Westwood” Events are made  
possible by the generosity of your donations.  
 
[email protected]
(3 1 0)  4 7 4 – 4 5 3 5 
A Los Angeles Tradition 
is the City Partner of the
Malibu Friends of Music

Visit the Malibu Friends of Music
Website at 
www.malibufriendsofmusic.org

Or Call the Montgomery Arts House (MAHMA)
(310) 589-0295 

forward this email to friends, family and music lovers
click on “forward email” below

Malibu Friends of Music | 6307 Busch Drive | Malibu | CA | 90265

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3/19/16

WOMEN IN MUSIC CONFERENCE

Join us for a free* one-day conference on Women in Music!
Everyone welcome!

Choral Room (Music FA3-162)
Antelope Valley College Music Department
3041 West Avenue K, Lancaster, California 93536.

-9:30 am Registration:
Welcome from Dr. Berkeley Price, Chair, Performing Arts Department.

-10:00 am Dr. Jeannie Gayle Pool: “Babe Egan and Her
Hollywood Redheads: 1920s Vaudeville Jazz Band,”
with images and music.

Jeannie is an author, musicologist, composer, and filmmaker.

She is an officer for the American Society of Music Arrangers
and Composers and Vice President of the National Association
of Composers, U.S.A.

jaygaylemusic.com

-10:30 am Panel on “How to Manage Your Own Music
Publishing Company” with Dr. Deon Nielsen Price and
Adrienne Albert, et al; moderated by Marlene Hajdu.

Good, solid, practical advice about how to make your
music available to a wider audience. Marlene is a
composer and board member of the American Society
of Music Arrangers and Composers.

culvercrestpublications.com; adriennealbert.com

-11:30 am Carol Worthey: “Inspirational Words for
Composers.” Carol is a poet, composer, and painter
interested in the power of the arts in everyday life.

carolworthey.com

-12 noon Lunch: In a local restaurant, to be announced.

-2:00 pm Carolyn Yarnell: Presentation on her Symphony
No. 1. Carolyn is a composer, painter, and photographer
from Huntington Beach, CA.

carolynyarnell.com

-2:30 pm Workshop on Finale Music Notation with Bonnie
Janofsky, who will give us her “10 Favorite Finale Tips.”
Feel free to bring your laptops and your notational problems.
Bonnie is a composer, arranger, orchestrator, jazz drummer,
and Finale guru. A trustee of Local 47 of the Musicians Union,
Bonnie has plenty of good information to share.

-4:00 pm Recital of Music by Deon Nielsen Price,
Carol Worthey, Adrienne Albert, et al., by
saxophonist Chika Inoue and
pianist Mary Au.

Mary is on the faculty of California State University,
Dominguez Hills, and Chika is an upcoming saxophone star.

-5:00 pm Refreshments & Networking

-5:00 pm Symphonic Band Rehearsal

-7:00 pm Concert of Music by Alex Shapiro, Shelly Hanson,
Carolyn Bremer, Julie Giroux, Deon Nielsen Price, and others.

Conducted by Dr. Berkeley Price and Dr. Jermie Arnold,
Associate Director of Bands, California State University,
Long Beach. AVC Performing Arts Theatre.

*The conference is free; however, you are responsible to
pay for your own lunch and for your evening concert
ticket ($10).

Parking at Antelope Valley College for the day is $1.
Exit Avenue K from the 14 Freeway, and head West on
K to the college.

Park behind the Performing Arts Center. This event
is coordinated by Dr. Jeannie Gayle Pool, 818-606-5743,

[email protected]

This conference is presented in cooperation with the
Antelope Valley College Department of Music, the Los
Angeles Chapter of the National Association of
Composers, U.S.A. (NACUSA), and the American
Society of Music Arrangers and Composers (ASMAC).

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3/25/16

SESSIONS AT THE LOFT:
An Evening with Gary Stockdale

Come enjoy a fun night of irreverant, clever, and provocative
songs from the award-winning composer, Gary Stockdale.
**Warning – Some material may not be suitable for children
Friday, March 25, 7 till 9 PM
General Admission $20/ticket – Limited Seating –
Advance Tickets advised:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/
an-evening-with-gary-stockdale-tickets-21438879265
Appetizers will be provided!
Bring your own beverage – wine is encouraged

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5/15/16

LACESMA 75TH ANNIVERSARY DIAMOND JUBILEE GALA

The Los Angeles City Elementary Schools Music Association,
LACESMA, is celebrating its 75th Anniversary of promoting
elementary music education in LAUSD with a Gala Event in
the Grand Ballroom of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at
the Los Angeles Music Center on Sunday May 15, 2016.

Banquet tickets are $60.00 each and can be purchased by
going to our website at lacesmamusiced.org or by mailing
a check made out to LACESMA to: LACESMA c/o Jeanne
Mitchell, P.O. Box 361 Topanga, CA 90290.

For questions, please email us at [email protected]
At the celebration there will performances by over 100 singers
of the LACESMA Children’s Honor Chorus, some of the 2016
LACESMA Instrumental Scholarship winners, as well as a p
erformance by a celebrity TBA.

We are proud to have Gail Eichenthal, Executive Producer of
KUSC, as the emcee of the Banquet. Please help support
elementary music education in LAUSD by attending this
Gala Celebration! Click here to see the first Promotional
Video Clip of the Gala.

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You can read all previous offerings at:http://www.responsible47.com
UNTIL NEXT TIME,
THE COMMITTEE FOR A MORE RESPONSIBLE LOCAL 47

 

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You can read all previous offerings at:
http://www.responsible47.com

UNTIL NEXT TIME,
THE COMMITTEE FOR A MORE RESPONSIBLE LOCAL 47

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