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SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY

 

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT THRU MAY 31ST

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Music Education during After School Hours
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 Explorations in Music
Session 3: April 22 - May 22


February 11, 2014 - May 22, 2014

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DRUMMING WITH AFIA WALKING TREE
 



These courses incorporate where you are in your practice now with clear intentions of goals you desire for yourself.  These sessions allow us to strengthen technique, precision, better understand and map out rhythms as well as sing and move while playing. 

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NEW CLASS THIS SPRING!

  April 22 thru May 22 Prep Program offers a fun Musical Theater opportunity 
BROADWAY BOUND
Complete with all of the fun of a musical theater show, students will sing, dance, and act in classic scenes from the Wiz! 

Instructor: Kehinde Kujichagulia-Seitu
 Pastor Kehinde Kujichagulia-Seitu is a vivacious and talented vocalist, dancer, percussionist, poet, writer and ordained minister with a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts with a minor in music. She has served as an educator for the past 15 years. An accomplished vocalist, Kehinde has recorded for and performed with the Umoja Jazz Ensemble, the African Roots of Jazz, Ma’at Jazz and Performance Ensemble, the Houston Ebony Opera Guild, and the Prairie View A&M University Concert Chorale. Beginning her vocal studies at the age of 12, she trained with Norma Levister at UC Berkeley's Young Musician's Program until graduating from high school. Beginning as a dancer for the Imhotep Dance Ensemble, Kehinde performed for such legends as Katherine Dunham, and Winnie and Nelson Mandela. Specializing in Hip-Hop, West African, Stepping, and Liturgical Dance, Kehinde has studied various dance styles under Linda Johnson, Lynn DeFazio, Laura Ellis, Nina Haft, and Eric Kupers. An instructor full of energy, and enthusiasm, Kehinde has taught dance for Stanford University, California State University East Bay, Berkeley City College and numerous elementary, junior high and high schools throughout the greater Bay Area. Kehinde is the pastor of Grace and Mercy Ministries and founder of Stopping Our Silence.



 
 

 

Oakland Public Conservatory of Music - 1616 Franklin Street - Oakland, CA 94602 - (510) 836-4649 
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