Alexandra is a member of Symphonicity, and teaches strings at Streilitz International Academy, Young Musicians of Virginia, and the Academy of Music’s Suzuki program.
Rick Seguso is a singer songwriter (his first love). His folksy, bluesy, singer songwriter approach is appealing and enjoyable to anyone listening in!
Alexandra, a Violinist, is a member of Symphonicity, and teaches strings at Streilitz International Academy, Young Musicians of Virginia, and the Academy of Music’s Suzuki program. Event: City of Chesapeake Conference Center You can register here at "55 & Better" Programs (cityofchesapeake.net)
Thomas Graper and Becky Peppard have accepted your invitation for your November 7, 2021 2:00 PM program. Tom and Becky were both instructors at the Armed Forces School of Music at Little Creek. Becky played with the Columbus Symphony, and for 17 years with the Virginia Symphony. Tom Played with The Virginia Beach Symphony for 14 years. This dynamic duo offers instrumental music from the great American songbook: standards, show tunes, the most historically requested music, demonstration of brass instruments, shared Latin percussion, all dance styles.
Maggie Kerrigan teaches fun watercolor and mixed media art classes for all ability and experience levels. Sessions can be customized for varying abilities and to incorporate caregiver assistance. Maggie has experience with memory and disabled adults.
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Bonney has been teaching yoga, meditation and mindfulness around the Hampton Roads area. Kam returned to Indoda Entsha and taught himself how to drum comfortably from his wheelchair, using this form of creative expression as a healing mechanism.
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Ashley Carroll, MA, MT-BC is a Board-Certified music therapist with experience working with individuals from birth to end-of life. Her primary instrument is voice, and also uses guitar, piano, and percussion in her work.
Program Flyer SeniorStation_RGray v3 Rich Gray is a paper artist in Norfolk, Virginia whose primary focus is on origami and hand papermaking. He started doing origami as a teenager and was later inspired by the handmade papers he saw in Japan. Rich teaches workshops for adults and children.