[nFBMI-Talk] Fwd: [Perform-Talk] Braille Beats Fine Arts Programs

Amy Sabo amieelsabo at gmail.com
Tue May 22 04:12:21 UTC 2018

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From: Julie McGinnity via Perform-talk <perform-talk at nfbnet.org>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 23:42:15 -0500
Subject: [Perform-Talk] Braille Beats Fine Arts Programs
To: NFBnet Music Talk Mailing List <musictlk at nfbnet.org>, Performing
Arts Division list <perform-talk at nfbnet.org>
Cc: Julie McGinnity <kaybaycar at gmail.com>

This is a great opportunity.  Please pass this along to any parents of
blind children who may benefit from this program!

Please see the information below on an awesome opportunity for blind
 students interested in music and the fine arts this summer.

 We have a few spaces left for

 2018 Braille Beats Fine Arts Program Summer Residential Intensive.

 Date:  June 16 - 24, 2018.

 Location:  Lion‘s Bear Lake Camp (outside Lapeer, Michigan about 60
 miles north of Detroit.)

 Music:  music theory,  rhythm practice, ear training,  music notation
 (including braille music), music history, performance:   solo &
 ensemble, individual instrument support (includes voice), choir,
 keyboarding, composition & improvisation.  (All music faculty have
 music degrees)

 Art, mobility, independent living skills and movement (yoga & self
 defence) are interwoven into the program

 For application or further information:  contact BRAILLE BEATS at:

— 248 790 8065 (leave voice message please, if no answer)

 Or email:

bmerkadam at gmail.com (please indicate Braille Beats in the subject line).

 (Braille Beats Fine Arts Program is a partnership project of Blind
 Vision Inc and World Access for the Blind).


Julie A. McGinnity
President, National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division,
Second Vice President, National Federation of the Blind of Missouri
"For we walk by faith, not by sight"
2 Cor. 7

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hello all,

sorry, for the late response on this thread but, this was sent to the
perform-talk list this week and, since it's in mi I thought that some
of you here on the nfb of mi list would be interested in this event!

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