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Community Connections

Organizations that Ottley Music School has served or continues to serve in the community include:

  • Hillhaven Assisted Living, Rehabilitation and Nursing home--monthly recitals

  • National Cancer Survivors Celebration at the National Cancer Institute at Washington Hospital Center, annual performances.

  • Saint Paul Episcopal Church (RockCreek Music Festival) with luncheon recitals and one concert

  • National American Cancer Society Survivor's Celebration, Orchestra, solo musicians and singers serve annually since 2004.

  • Metropolitan, Takoma Park, Emmanuel Brinklow, Bladensburg, Capital Memorial, Pisgah and other Seventh-day Adventist Churches--some of them annually present music for services.

  • Maryland Park and Planning Commission--Black Composers Festival at Harmony Hall Regional Center, and Bladensburg Waterfront Music Festival.

  • Roasting for Ike Leggett at The People's Community Baptist Church, Silver Spring, Maryland

  • Tea for Mark Shriver at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Home, Potomac, Maryland

  • Waterside Mall, SW DC

  • Macy's "Shop for a Cause" annual performances

  • Channel 9 "Christmas Sounds in Washington, DC" on Christmas Day, 2006 and 2007.

  • The Publick Playhouse for the Performing Arts, Cheverly, Maryland

  • Toast of D.C.

  • Washington Hospital for Sick Children, D.C.

  • University Town Center, Hyattsville, Maryland

Organizations with which Ottley Music School does business include:

 

Student Performing

Students visiting with elder

Amahl scene at the Publick Playhouse

Sang at Macy

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EVENTS THE OMS APPEARED IN 2009-2010 SCHOOL YEAR:

  • VOICE STUDENTS AT THE D.C. CITY COUNCIL CHRISTMAS PARTY DEC 13, 2009
  • 9-YEAR-OLD VOICE STUDENT AT THE MARYLAND DISTRICT GATHERING IN ANNAPOLIS FOR SENATOR HARRINGTON, FEBRUARY 2010
  • VOICE STUDENTS AT THE D.I.V.A.CONTEST AT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, WON FIRST PRIZE FOR CHOIRS
  • AT THE XCELL YOUTH COMPETITION AT ZANZABAR, WASHINGTON, D.C., KIANNA KELLY-FUTCH, SINGER; MAYA BROWN AND VICTOR BAULES, VIOLIN (BACH DOUBLE CONCERTO); VICTOR BAULES, PIANIST
  • AT THE XCELL MODELING COMPETITION, TALENT 4 KIDS PERFORMED INCLUDING MODEL KIANNA KELLY-FUTCH, AND VOCAL STUDENT SOLO ARTIST AND MODEL, JULIA DENNIS
  • BLACK COMPOSERS CONCERT PRESENTED AT THE FOURTH STREET FRIENDSHIP S.D.A. CHURCH, FEBRUARY 2010, SINGERS, PIANIST, STRING PLAYERS
  • MONTHLY MINI-RECITALS AT HILLHAVEN REHABILITATION CENTER AND NURSING HOME
  • AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FOR THE LAKELAND COMMUNITY, COLLEGE PARK MUSIC FEST, STUDENT SINGERS, STRINGS, PIANIST
  • GRADUATION, FRIDAY, JUNE 11 AT 5:30 PM AT THE SCHOOL
  • AT THE ANNUAL NATIONAL CANCER SURVIVOR'S DAY CELEBRATION AT THE WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER, IRVING STREET, N.W., VICTOR BAULES, VIOLIN STUDENT, JULIA DENNIS, VOICE STUDENT, and SINGERS WASHINGTON, D.C., SUNDAY, JUNE 13TH
  • AT THE DHHS, BLACKS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARD CEREMONY JUNE 23, 2010, JULIA DENNIS, STUDENT VOCAL ARTIST

 


 
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