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Join k.d. in supporting the 8th Annual Tools for Peace Summer Teen Camp, which offers youth ages 12-16 a transformative weeklong experience rooted in practicing mindfulness, learning mediation and cultivating compassion in the beautiful mountains of Tehachapi, CA.
Help Tools for Peace raise $25,000.00 by August 3rd to fulfill over 35 scholarship requests received for this years camp. By donating, you provide scholarships to youth from low-income, disadvantaged backgrounds, many whose families may not otherwise be able to afford camp for their teen, but wish to attend.
100% of every donation goes towards helping teens benefit from the Teen Camp experience. Click HERE to donate.
k.d. lang will be joining Jason Mraz along with other prominent recording artists and featured musicians to perform visual and performance art with children of all abilities in "LIVE ART: Tree of Life," to be held Sunday, December 22, 2013 at 6:00pm at the Landmark Theater in Richmond, VA.Produced and directed by the School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC), LIVE ART: Tree of Life tickets will be available to the general public online and through the CenterStage box office on June 28, 2013 at 10:00am.
LIVE ARTs featured musicians will also include singer-songwriter Christina Perri,songwriter and jazz vocalist Rene Marie,singer-songwriter and Independent Music Award winner Robbin Thompson,nationally recognized keyboardist Daniel Clarke (Modern Groove Syndicate), soulful singer-songwriters Steve Bassett, Susan Greenbaum and Jesse Harper, conductor/arranger Samson Trinh and his Upper East Side Big Band, and stellar singer and banjoist Josh Small.
LIVE ART is more than just a concert event. For eleven months, 120 students with a range of developmental disabilities (autism, Williams syndrome, Down syndrome), hearing and vision impairment participate in performing arts classes alongside typically developing students. Through weekly classes, including summer workshops and a collaboration of over 40 professional teaching artists, arts educators and special educators, students explore innovative ways of combining art forms such as: dance with computer technology, visual art, music theory, dance with paint, creative writing, spoken word, photography, acting, set design, singing, and performance. The students engagement in the arts expands their self-awareness, awareness of others, and range of emotional contact, physical self-control, and empathy. Each class will collectively perform their visual and performance art with the featured musicians in the LIVE ART: Tree of Life concert in the Landmark Theater.
LIVE ART demonstrates a rare, expansive partnership, uniting nonprofits across multiple sectors, public and private schools, and government. Community partners include the Faison School of Autism, Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Richmond Ballets Minds in Motion, The Richmond Boys Choir, JAMinc., the Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired, Collegiate School, Northstar Academy, St. Catherines and St. Christophers School(s), The Visual Arts Center, Dreamers Theater and area public school systems.
LIVE ARTwas created in 2011 by Erin Thomas-Foley, SPARCs Director of Education. In her 16th year with SPARC, Erins work has garnered such awards as one of Belle Magazines Women of the Year in Arts for 2013, the YWCAs Outstanding Woman in Arts for 2013, and one of Virginias Most Influential Women in 2013 from Virginia Lawyers Media. Thomas-Foleys vision and inspiration have acquired strong support from artists, musicians, educators, students, families, donors, and community partners.
A full-length documentary film that details the creation and launch of LIVE ART is currently in post-production. Filmmakers Martin Montgomery and Bill Gaff are creating this film to help share the power of this program. The short film, a trailer for the full-length documentary, recently won first place in the PBS National Online Short Film Festival.
All students are participating tuition-free, thanks to major project funding by the Stanley and Kim Markel Memorial Fund of the Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia. Additional sponsors include the Virginia Commission for the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Jane & Rick Costello, Williams & Sherrill, Pam & Bruce Belleman, The Felmus Family, Drs. Anne-Marie Irani and Larry Schwartz and many individual donors. Additional sponsorships are still available.
The Edmonton Journal calls "Balletlujah!" "a testament to artistic freedom, and it won't be bound by conventions or contained to one genre," saying "what we have here is very stunning, fully realized and multi-faceted ballet." Read the rest of the review HERE.
For an interview with the Alberta Ballet's artistic director Jean Grand-Maitre about "Balletlujah!," click HERE.
k.d. encouraged the crowd at tonight's Juno Awards to "let your freak flags fly. Embrace the quirkmeister that is inside all of us."
Read the full transcript of k.d.'s acceptance speech HERE.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) recently assembled a panel of its producers and hosts to compose a list of its countrys 25 greatest singers ever, selecting k.d. lang for the top spot. For the full list, please visit music.cbc.ca.
The CBC explains its choice: "Apologies to Jeff Buckley, but lang's cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" is now the definitive version and everyone needs to stay away from singing it forever and ever. It will never get better than this. Don't even try."
"But we're grateful lang took it on, if only to cement her position as Canada's best singer and remind everyone of just how good she is. The decadence of her voice is carefully balanced with her straightforward delivery. She's not precious, she doesn't indulge in diva-like vocal tricks - lang sings from the gut and the heart, and it's perfection."
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