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Phone 954-740-3398
Fax 954-484-9102
Emails divajc47@yahoo.com, wijsf@yahoo.com
Websites www.joancartwright.com, www.fyicomminc.com, www.wijsf.org
Services available Series or Residency, Single Performance
 

Description of Services

So You Want to be a Singer? 
This presentation is designed for Elementary School I & II, Middle School I & II and High School I & II students, especially those attending Performing Arts Schools. 

Ms. Cartwright guides students through the 20 chapters in her book, SO, YOU WANT TO BE A SINGER?, educating them on the business of the music industry and the materials they need to be successful in this business.

There is role playing, e.g. agent vs. artist; promoter vs. venue manager, etc.  Students are required to pose for photographs and perform and record a song.  They learn about rehearsing with musicians, how to get a singing or performing job and how to promote themselves.

The book is required reading and covers several subjects on music history, composition and business.

Students converse intelligently about music as a profession and agent for income. They understand the importance of reading contractual agreements before signing them and protecting their musical production with copyrights and publishing. They know how to conduct themselves with other musicians.

Testing, video, work product, and evaluations.

Grade Level:

3-12th

Number of Participants:

Min. 10 - Max. 30

Audience/Environment:

At risk, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Duration:

1-10 workshops at 1-2 hours per workshop over 1-8 weeks

Standards:

SS.A.1.3, SS.A.1.4, MU.A.1.3, MU.A.2.3, MU.A.3.3, MU.B.1.3, MU.B.2.3, MU.C.1.3, MU.A.1.4, MU.A.2.4, MU.A.3.4, MU.B.1.4, MU.B.2.4, MU.C.1.4, TH.A.1.3, TH.A.1.4

Fees:

$50 per participant / $250-1,500 flat fee.

Disciplines:

Dance, Music, Visual Arts, Theatre

Contact: Phone:         954-740-3398
Fax:
            954-484-9102
Email:
         divajc47@yahoo.com, wijsf@yahoo.com

 

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Songs For My Children 
Joan Cartwright, M.A. is the author of Songs For My Children, a book of four songs that she composed with brightly colored photographs.

  1. Butterfly
  2. Funky Monkey
  3. Winter's Comin'
  4. UNESCO Song

Students learn to read and sing four songs.

Presenter engages students in reading the song lyrics and discussing the meaning of the lyrics. They sing the songs, one by one, and repeat each song. During each song, the children stand and move to the music, using their hands to describe what the song's character(s) are doing. Songs are sung a capella or with a piano. Children can be engaged in drawing butterflies, monkeys, seasonal scenes and people living and working together.

Students learn to sing one or more of the songs alone and together. Their artwork is displayed in the classroom. They have comments about the subjects of the songs.

Observation, artwork, song memorization and repetition.

Grade Level:

Pre-5th

Number of Participants:

Min. 10 - Max. 25

Duration:

1 performance at 45 minutes per performance over 1 week.

Audience/Environment:

At risk, community-based, school-based, afterschool, summer.

Standards:

DA.A.1.1, DA.A.1.2, DA.A.1.3, DA.A.2.1, DA.A.2.2, DA.A.2.3, MU.A.1.1, MU.A.1.2, MU.A.1.3, MU.A.2.1, MU.A.2.2, MU.A.2.3, MU.B.1.1, MU.B.1.2, MU.B.1.3, MU.C.1.1, MU.C.1.2, MU.C.1.3

Fees:

$150-375.

Disciplines:

Dance, Music, Visual Arts, Theatre

Contact: Phone:         954-740-3398
Fax:
            954-484-9102
Email:
         divajc47@yahoo.com, wijsf@yahoo.com

 

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