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There’s Still Time to Enter the Contest!


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Creative Sonoma announces the third annual Next Level program for local musicians and bands slated to take place in early 2019. T e program consists


of three components: a day-long


industry


conference focused on “Expanding Bound- aries” and featuring regional and national music experts; a song- writers contest for the opportunity to have an original song work- shopped and recorded with some of Nashville’s best


session players;


now in its third year, contin- ues to off er our professional musicians great opportunities to expand their business skills


this year, ‘Expanding Bound- aries’ will help our musicians position themselves for col- laborations, recognition and work well beyond our County borders.” T e Contest: Sonoma County songwriters are invited to submit a demo tape to be con- sidered for the oppor- tunity to have the track workshopped and re- recorded with a back- ing band drawn from Nashville’s fi nest musi- cians. T e live remote re- session will


cording and a


grant program that will award fi ve $2500 grants to local mu- sicians to take their careers to the Next Level. “T is program,


and professional networks in order to move forward,”


said


Supervisor James Gore, Chair of the Board of Supervisors. “T e theme of the conference


occur as a live webcast at the Next Level Conference on Feb- ruary 10, 2019 at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.


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Workshop With Brenda Tharp


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Winter is a great time to capture the drama of nature! Join us in an educational and inspirational photography workshop con- ducted by local Brenda Tharp, and learn how to create more expressive


photographs of


nature. We’ll begin at Heron Hall with a visual presentation of key concepts that can help make a picture stronger, in- cluding discussions on learn- ing to see, composing for max- imum impact, creating visual depth, choosing the best shut- ter or aperture, interpreting vs. recording the scene, and how to use special in-camera tech- niques to create impression- istic effects.


$125. Pre-reg-


istration required. Limited to 15 participants, only 5 spots available! 9:00am-5:00pm FOR MORE INFORMATION: www.lagunafoundation.org. Or contact Christine Fontaine, Director of Education


Pro-


grams. Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation. (707) 527-9277 x102 christine@lagunafoun- dation.org


16 • January 2019 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Time spent with cats is never wasted. ~ Sigmund Freud AIR


Inspirational Photography


February 24th


Romantic Masters Series:


TABLEAUX A LA RUSSE


Sebastopol, CA. ~ Robyn Carmichael:


Piano Concert


and Commentary. Sebastopol Center for the Arts on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 4:00 pm, Please join acclaimed pianist ROBYN CARMICHAEL for another


ing chapter of her ROMAN- TIC


exciting and engag- MASTERS SERIES:


TABLEAUX A LA RUSSE! Explore Four Great Russian Composers who helped defi ne the Russian Soul in music: Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Scria- bine and Rachmaninoff. Don’t miss this unique combination of words, music and images at THE SEBASTOPOL CEN- TER FOR THE ARTS, 282 South High Street, Sebastopol, CA 95472 at at 4:00 pm! For tickets: Visit sebarts.org - $15 in advance, $20 day of per- formance, $10 students, chil- dren 10 and under free. Phone: 707.829.4797


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