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- Elementary students explored art with educators from the Katonah Museum of Art and The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art.
- Elementary students learned about the design process as they created musical instruments, illustrated ecosystems, mixed paint and built vehicles.
- Sixty-six students across the district participatedd in New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Festivals.
- Fourteen students were selected to participate in All-County Band, Orchestra or Choir, and four in All-State Festivals
- A student-musician has been accepted into New York University’s Future Music Moguls high school program.
- The high school vocal jazz ensemble attended the Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston
More than 200 students brought energy and excitement to the middle school’s theater productions.
Source: Katonah-Lewisboro School District
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Gilbert is a band comprised of students from Westchester County whose sound is rock with soul/funk influences. Tara Curran’s powerful and soulful vocals will let you know that they mean business. While performing locally, they’ve caught the attention of Rob Thomas, Ethan Carey (i95 radio), Dave Anderson, Vaneese Thomas and have performed on the TV show Wonderama. Gilbert also holds the winning title of Ridgefield Bandjam 2017.
Gilbert is passionate about supporting the victims of the Puerto Rico Hurricanes and will donate half of the proceeds to this cause and the other half will go toward supporting the Arts in the Katonah Lewisboro School District.
Tickets range in Price: $10 Student and $15 General Admission. A limited number of VIP Packages will be sold for $50 to include: Early Entry to Pre-Select Best Seats in the House, Meet & Greet After Party with the Band Catered by Cameron’s Deli & VIP Swag Bag. Tickets can be purchased by clicking the link below:
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Tickets available at the door and online:
Sponsors/Donors $50/$100 (includes pre-show reception with honoree Lisa Kor)
Students $10, Adults $20, Seniors $5
ArtsALIVE! Katonah-Lewisboro’s arts booster club is extremely pleased to invite you to attend Encore Cabaret VI, which will take place in John Jay MIDDLE School’s theatre on the evening of Thursday, December 21 at 7:30 pm. Encore Cabaret is a musical collaboration of John Jay High School’s current performing arts students and alumni. We are very fortunate to have the alumni artistic team of musical director Andre Catrini (’07) and emcee Tomm Polos (’06) returning once again to lead the show. This year’s theme is “Broadway Through The Ages” and the show will feature an array of favorite songs from old and new Broadway musicals. All net proceeds from the show will benefit ArtsALIVE!, John Jay’s arts booster club made up of parents and students to support, promote and provide funding for enriching activities and programs, visiting artists, class trips and other arts-related activities for the students of the Katonah-Lewisboro School District.
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Thank you so much for sponsoring our 2017 trip to Lincoln Center on May, 19th. Nearly 60 students in Music History & Theory and Music Technology traveled to NYC to visit Lincoln Center and all it has to offer. Students participated in a a backstage tour, heard an open-rehearsal of the NY Philharmonic featuring Alan Gilbert, and attended an evening performance featuring Wynton Marsalis and the music of Count Basie and Duke Ellington at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Many students commented on how much they learned that day and that it was the best enrichment field trip they had taken all year. Without a doubt, all students had a fantastic time and it was a fun-filled day celebrating our love of music!
ArtsAlive! is a true partner in every sense of the word, which is evidenced by your commitment to sponsor these exceptional artistic opportunities for our students year after year. Thank you so much for your continued support; the students and I greatly appreciate it!
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April 19th, 2017
Faculty: Amy Geiger
Number of students: 20
“Music, theater and dance, which directly relate to our curriculum and the NY State Learning Standards for the Arts.”
I wanted to thank you all for sponsoring our 2017 trip to see Kinky Boots on April, 19th. 20 Students had an opportunity to see a powerful performance that deals with such important classroom issues including diversity and acceptance. Students commented on how much they appreciated ArtsAlive’s support and the opportunity to see such an inspiring production that celebrates individuality and being true to who you are. Overall, it was a fun-filled day celebrating our love of music and theater!
ArtsAlive! is a true partner in every sense of the word, which is evidenced by your commitment to sponsor these exceptional artistic opportunities for our students year after year. Thank you so much for your continued support; the students and I greatly appreciate it!!!
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November 28th, 2016
Faculty: Judi Offenberg
Simon demonstrated many techniques on the pottery wheel and helped individual students on the pottery wheel. He worked nonstop from 8:15-1:45 with students from Ceramics and Sculpture, ad. ceramics and sculpture, photo, and other art students, with 20-25 students in each class period
Students did not want to leave when the bell rang at the end of the periods. They loved it! Simon was even better than last year. He made so many forms that just amazed the students. He was very encouraging to the students on the pottery wheels, working 1:1 with them.
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