Music Masters Mentoryship Program
East End Arts Music Masters Mentorship employs master performers and composers in rock music, jazz, world music and classical music to mentor small groups of talented high school students from across Long Island school districts. Through one-on-one learning opportunities with masters in the music field, the students are given training in rehearsal and performance skills, in addition to recording, marketing, composition and songwriting. They leave with life-long relationships and friendships, as well as portfolio materials to assist them in future endeavors, including their pursuit of post-graduate education.
APPLY NOW for WINTER 2018 Intensive Full-Scholarship Program with BRADY RYMER
East End Arts is now accepting applications for an intensive six-week workshop opportunity, the 2018 Music Masters Program, which will be led by three time Grammy nominee songwriter and performing musician, Brady Rymer. High school musicians (ages 14-18) with exceptional musical ability and a commitment to their musical growth are encouraged to apply for this rigorous workshop. Students can expect to be immersed in a variety of musical styles, with influences from Folk to Rock to Motown. Integrating a variety of instruments, from the banjo to trumpet and everything in between, including vocals, Brady will assist students in writing original works, arranging, have their pieces come to life and perform live. A recording session will be included in this Music Masters Program. Three hour weekly rehearsals strengthen student abilities and prepare them for their finale concert in a professional venue. An online application form and performance sample are required for submission.
Application Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017
Program Dates: Tuesdays, January through February 2018 at the EEA School in Riverhead, Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 4-7PM,
Concert at a location and time TBA
More Information about Brady Rymer
2018 Music Masters Mentor
After a decade-long career with RCA Records jam band From Good Homes, recording and touring with acts from the Dave Matthews Band to Bob Dylan and Bob Weir's Ratdog, Brady Rymer ventured into family music as he started his own family, releasing Good Morning, Gus in 2000. Since then, he has released eight CDs, including 2017's GRAMMY-nominated Press Play, 2014's GRAMMY-nominated Just Say Hi! and the 2008 GRAMMY-nominated Here Comes Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could.
Rymer’s rootsy, accordion-laced pop and rock music regularly wins critical acclaim and national awards including three Children's GRAMMY nominations as well as numerous Parents' Choice Gold and NAPPA (National Parenting Publications) Gold Awards, and has garnered him a growing fan base of enthusiastic families. Together with his longtime bandmates in the Little Band That Could -- outstanding players all, with backgrounds from Americana to Zydeco -- he performs rockin' live music for kids and families across the country at Performing Arts Centers, concert halls, clubs, outdoor festivals, schools and libraries.
When he’s not playing with his own band, Brady plays bass guitar with the Laurie Berkner Band; he also performs a few select shows a year with band From Good Homes.
East End Arts Music Masters Mentorship Program is sponsored by Olivia and Harlan Fischer.
CHECK OUT this great article about the program in Newsday!
LI Life Section | Sunday, November 17, 2013
Music Masters String Ensemble Fellowship, Fall 2013 - Mentored by Professional Cellist and Conductor Nico Olarte-Hayes
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For more information, contact the East End Arts School: 631-369-2171 or firstname.lastname@example.org