An Early Evening of Musical Inspiration

An Early Evening of Musical Inspiration

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The Crescendo Conservatory has invited the community to join them for an early evening of remarkable performances by a wide range of young, relevant string players.  The event, scheduled for Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 will be held at the La Sierra University Hole Memorial Auditorium. The program begins at 4:00 p.m. and attire is elegant.  The performers will showcase the breadth of their craft in musical genres that range from classical to pop, traditional to experimental.  The concert is intended to inspire more youth of color, to participate in the orchestral instruments including the violin, viola, cello and string bass.  The concert is also a means to provide a fundraising opportunity to allocate scholarships for private music instruction, so students can build the skills necessary to qualify for college scholarships, join professional orchestras, and/or secure professional jobs within the music and entertainment industry.     The Crescendo Conservatory takes its name from the musical term “crescendo,” which means to increase, to a peak or climax. “We believe our lives should reflect this progression: constantly growing, striving to reach one’s fullest potential,” shared the organization’s co-founders, brother sister duo Kybra Minisee and Keith Tutt II, along with friend Matthew O’Rane.  The trio believes many of the qualities needed to crescendo in life are cultivated by studying music. It is their mission to cultivate discipline, determination, tenacity, and build self-esteem, through music education and in the process, directly impact lives in their community.  In addition to enhancing academic success and building self-esteem, music also provides tremendous therapeutic relief. As stress levels are through the roof and tension is high, music is such a powerful unifying force. “We are extremely humbled and thankful to be a part of a unifying chord,” the founders affirmed.  Tickets can be purchased online http://musiclifecrescendo.org/concert. For more information or questions, please call 951-290-8323. This concert is sponsored by the multi-media Onyx Star Media and the BEMER Group.

Header Photo: Crescendo from Left to Right: Matthew O’rane, Kybra Minisee, and Keith Tutt II

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