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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Children's casting calls at Music Conservatory

There are a couple of children's casting calls in Coconut Grove coming up next month. Children ages 5-7 years old are invited to apply for the Miami Conservatory of Music’s production of “Aristocats Kids" shown here, and young people aged 8 and older to apply for “Annie Jr.” online at miamiconservatoryofmusic.com.

No prior acting or musical experience is necessary. Rehearsals for will start on Saturday, September 6, 2014 through next May. The musicals will be staged later in May of 2015. Information and schedules are posted on the Conservatory’s website.

“We’re offering musicals geared to meet the needs that are unique to each age group. Not only will the children be learning skills in acting and singing, but they also learn life lessons such as teamwork, how to depend on one other, discipline, and respect,” according to Brigitte Kishlar, founder of the Miami Conservatory of Music

“It is thrilling to watch their confidence grow as they work while having fun together, and make huge progress in the development of their talent to reach a common goal: the making of a Broadway show! The live performance gives the children a chance to perform for their family and friends and makes them feel very special.”

Each year the Conservatory produces Broadway musicals providing young people an opportunity to learn acting and singing and add a bona fide Broadway Musical credit to their resumes. To find out more call 305-442-2283 or visit miamiconservatoryofmusic.com to see the schedule and apply online.

 The Miami Conservatory of Music is a not-for-profit organization that provides quality training for young musicians and offers guidance to students with exceptional musical ability. MCM’s mission is to search for and develop hidden talents within our community while providing venues and events for musical expression.  Our future depends on the investment we make in our children today.  Educating and promoting creative expression in young people helps shape tomorrow’s musical minds.


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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Parent's, ask yourself if you're trying to live your life through your child. Then type "The Miami Conservatory of Music rip-offs' complaints, lawsuits" into a search engine. Later add any city name, i.e., Chicago, Kendall, Jacksonville, L.A., etc., to the front,and then ask yourself if this doesn't sound like a BK or MacDonald franchise operation. Stack em up, run em through, pay up! Please don't over play the potential because less than 1% of these children go on to success. Make it fun first.

August 23, 2014 2:04 PM  

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