The Spring Music Recital was a proud night

The Spring Music Recital was a proud night for K-3 scholars, educators, families and artists at Cultural Arts Academy Charter School at Spring Creek, Brooklyn, NY.  Arts Horizons is honored to work with this strong team under the leadership of Principal Midgette and Dean Hoard.  The supportive audience, collaborative staff effort and students’ showcase of talents exemplified the school’s mission for standards-based arts education program that promotes superior scholarship and strong cultural arts proficiency.

The April 30, 2013 evening showcased a lively step show under CAACS Professor Jones, Recorder and Piano performance under Arts Horizons Professor Kiah, Violin performance under Noel Pointer Foundation Professor Jones, and a lively dance performance under CAACS Professor Brooks.  The scholars showed exceptional focus, enthusiasm and aptitude for the arts to a packed audience of family, friends and community members.  The evening was further amplified by performances by all the adult educators to highlight their art expertise and the caliber of opportunities presented to the scholars.

Arts Horizons is proud to be part of the 2013 CAACS community and excitedly awaits the Spring Visual Art show!

Contact Dena Malarek for more information, dena@artshorizons.org

Scholars practicing musical selections in Keyboard Class.

Scholars practicing musical selections in Keyboard Class.

Full Chorus of CAA scholars during the grand finale, proudly singing ‘Lean on Me,’ under the direction of Arts Horizons Professor Kiah.

Full Chorus of CAA scholars during the grand finale, proudly singing ‘Lean on Me,’ under the direction of Arts Horizons Professor Kiah.

 A Jazz collaboration of Arts Horizons professor Tim Kiah on Upright Bass and vocals, Noel Pointer Foundation Professor Jamaal  Jones on violin, and  Professor Lamar Robinson on drum set.

A Jazz collaboration of Arts Horizons professor Tim Kiah on Upright Bass and vocals, Noel Pointer Foundation Professor Jamaal Jones on violin, and Professor Lamar Robinson on drum set.

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Posted on May 7, 2013, in New York, Residency and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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