Saturday, September 19, 2020

Calling All Coronado Musicians!

Photo courtesy of Cultural Arts Commission

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The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission and the City of Coronado look forward to celebrating Arts Education Week from September 13-19, 2020. As part of the extensive programming in the works, they are planning a Virtual Music Recital and would like to invite musicians of all ages and skill levels to participate. Here’s how:

  • Record a video of yourself playing or singing a 2-3 minute song.
    • Pianists: if you would like to record your song on a grand piano, you can schedule a time to film at the library.
    • Be sure to use 16:9 wide format. Turn your phone horizontally. Avoid background noise. Include name and title of piece in your e-mail or text.
  • If you are under the age of 18, complete this form.
  • Stay tuned to for the premier of our first ever Coronado Virtual Music Recital!

DEADLINE: Wednesday, September 9

Photo courtesy of Cultural Arts Commission

Mariah Gillespie, Arts Education Commissioner

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