The MusicianShip

The MusicianShip uses music to alter the life trajectory of youth, thereby creating a more vibrant, educated, empowered, and well-intentioned world. View more information on their Member Feature Page. 

 

AHFES at Cultural Institutions


Fall Lottery

Events occuring October through December will be available for registration in the Fall Lottery opening on September 9th. 

Masters of Music- LIVE!
Presented by: The MusicianShip
At The MusicianShip's "Masters of Music - LIVE!", performers who range in background from Grammy-nominated vocalists to local music icons and DJs deliver one-of-a-kind interactive workshops. These elite musicians will deliver live performances, insight into the historical, cultural and/or personal influences of music, and help students create their own music through rhythmic development, singing or songwriting. We encourage students to be active participants during the class by clapping, dancing or even volunteering to go on stage! At the end of the program, students take the mic and lead the discussion during an inspiring Q+A segment.
Dates & Locations: 11/06/19,11/20/19, 12/4/19 @ Hard Rock Cafe
12/11/19 @ Columbia Heights Community Center 
Time: 10:00AM
Length of Event: 90 minutes
Grades: 4th-5th
Content Area: Social Studies/ History/ Geography, Arts, Diversity
Learning Standards: DCPS Arts Framework -- Identity, Interaction, Creation and Transformation
Ticket Capacity: 100 per event
 


Winter Lottery

Events occuring from January through March will be available for registration in the Winter Lottery opening on December 2nd. 

Masters of Music- LIVE!
Presented by: The MusicianShip
At The MusicianShip's "Masters of Music - LIVE!", performers who range in background from Grammy-nominated vocalists to local music icons and DJs deliver one-of-a-kind interactive workshops. These elite musicians will deliver live performances, insight into the historical, cultural and/or personal influences of music, and help students create their own music through rhythmic development, singing or songwriting. We encourage students to be active participants during the class by clapping, dancing or even volunteering to go on stage! At the end of the program, students take the mic and lead the discussion during an inspiring Q+A segment.
Dates & Locations: 1/08/20, 2/05/20, and 3/04/20 @ Hard Rock Cafe
1/15/20 @ Columbia Heights Community Center
1/22/20, 2/12/20, 3/11/20 @ Marvin Gaye Recreation Center
3/18/20 @ Hillcrest Recreation Center
Time: 10:00AM
Length of Event: 90 minutes
Grades: 4th-5th
Content Area: Social Studies/ History/ Geography, Arts, Diversity
Learning Standards: DCPS Arts Framework -- Identity, Interaction, Creation and Transformation
Ticket Capacity: 100 per event


Spring Lottery

Events occuring April through June will be available for registration in the Spring Lottery opening on March 2nd. 

Masters of Music- LIVE!
Presented by: The MusicianShip
At The MusicianShip's "Masters of Music - LIVE!", performers who range in background from Grammy-nominated vocalists to local music icons and DJs deliver one-of-a-kind interactive workshops. These elite musicians will deliver live performances, insight into the historical, cultural and/or personal influences of music, and help students create their own music through rhythmic development, singing or songwriting. We encourage students to be active participants during the class by clapping, dancing or even volunteering to go on stage! At the end of the program, students take the mic and lead the discussion during an inspiring Q+A segment.
Dates: 6/03/20 @ Hard Rock Cafe
5/20/20 and 6/10/20 @ Hillcrest Recreation Center
Time: 10:00AM
Length of Event: 90 minutes
Grades: 4th-5th
Content Area: Social Studies/ History/ Geography, Arts, Diversity
Learning Standards: DCPS Arts Framework -- Identity, Interaction, Creation and Transformation
Ticket Capacity: 100 per event

 

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