Monday, March 14, 2016

4th Annual Spring Concert of Muses Showcase Supported Omnis Foundation

The 4th Annual Spring Concert of Muses produced by the founders of Park Cities School of Music (founded 2011) and Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts (opened Jan 2016) was recently held showcasing the gifted instructors who teach and propel the musical talents of students throughout the DFW Metroplex.
Wes Chambers, Ewa Korzeniowska, Shane Richard
Photography Credit: Trevor Korbin
Pianists, violinists, singers, and dancers performed a variety of musical genres, and as a grand finale a ballet dancer and painter adapted a performance to an original piano composition played live by PCSOM founder Eva Brandys.
The showcase was held at the recently opened Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts - the only fine arts program to offer music, art and dance curriculums to all ages.
This year the program format evolved to welcome three special guests and an open mic. Mark Landson, founder of Open Classical—an organization that brings classical music into the heart of every day popular culture, performed on violin. Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet performing troupe will demonstrate their modern choreography and Jasmine Barnes of the Dallas Opera Chorus sang soprano. Open Classical also led an open mic session to follow the conclusion of the concert.
Yulia Luky, Olga Pope
Photography Credit: Trevor Korbin
  The event benefited the Omnis Foundation which provides humanitarian aid and education to children affected by war.

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