STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Graduating Senior Holland McMinn
We deeply care about the students, teachers, staff, and families of our AMS family. As we slowly and responsibly begin to reopen, we know you may be looking for information about what steps we’re taking to protect those who live here and visit. Join us in our pledge — a shared commitment to take important precautions to keep each other healthy. We look forward to welcoming you when you’re ready.
Here comes… our video! We needed to find a way to reconnect, create, and make music together again. So, we got 40 of our music teachers and students to submit videos, and this is what we made. We think it turned out amazing!
Tune in live on June 11 at 7:30 PM for our Come Together Asheville Concert, raising money for music programs and musicians. Performers include Mark & Maggie O’Connor Duo, David Wilcox, Al Petteway & Amy White, Jamie Laval, Underhill Rose, Matt Williams, Andrew Scotchie, Ashley Heath, The Moon And You, MAR, and more.
This month we are celebrating our graduating seniors. Here’s our Q&A with Will Turner, who studied trumpet and guitar at AMS, played in our Sound Education outreach bands, and has been working on connecting music and neuroscience.
We are happy to announce that we will be offering socially-distanced summer camps.
This month, we are spotlighting our graduating seniors. Hazel has been a student of Gabrielle Tee’s for 4 years, a summer camper, and has been a guitarist and singer in our Sound Education outreach program. Congrats Hazel! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!
Here’s a quick video message from Executive Director Ryan Reardon, and all the links students need to get started with the Practice-A-Thon.
Help AMS Keep The Music Going. Practice-A-Thon 2020 launches on April 20! We encourage all of our students and teachers to participate, and for everyone to pledge to help us reach our $10,000 goal. Here’s what you need to know.
One-time Supportive Music and Imagery session to offer stress relief and relaxation during a time of uncertainty, worry, and change.
Supportive Music and Imagery is a modified version of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. Sessions are 35-40 minutes in length and are free of charge. They will be offered virtually via Zoom, a confidential online platform. Click to learn more.