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Techniques and practices for getting the most out of your first recording session, including rehearsal schedules, click tracks, vocal warm ups and practice - Host: Peter Whitham Producer | Engineer: Chuck Nardi
The youth are dedicated in their pursuit of music education and work hard to enhance their knowledge
while gaining a lifetime of pleasure and appreciation.
All members of the Mississippi Youth Chamber Orchestra will be given regular opportunities to play in front of audiences of all sizes. From small venues to events, concert halls and more- playing in front of people will become second-natured.
The program is designed to encourage and reward the members of these musical groups who participate in live performances for a minimum of two years. Each member who meets the requirements will be given money to be held in escrow and disbursed when they leave the orchestra or ensemble. The funds can be used at their discretion for future education or where needed.
Members will be provided Master Classes with special guest instructors, conductors and section leaders in addition to group and one-on-one Instruction from Director Peter Whitham, having over 50 years of classical music experience.
If you would like to be featured on MSMF Radio, let us know! If you would like to know the Song Title or the Artist ask us. If you would like your music considered for MSMF Radio or if you would like to be interviewed for our Artist Series please fill out the form below or give us a call at 662.429.2939.
We are also proud affiliates with Youth Symphony Media (YSM), "founded in 2014 in San Francisco Bay Area, CA, is one of the first online media for young classical musicians in the world." Click their logo visit their site.
We are proud partners with The Artists Music Guild, "established to help in the understanding, appreciation and to advance the contributions of the arts to American culture - from the artistic genius' of the current day; to the technical legends of the past; and to those still unimagined artistic breakthroughs of future generations." Watch the video below to learn more and click their logo to visit their site!