MI STUDENTS YOU’RE INVITED…
Get in the “Back to School Groove”, while you check out the “crosstown competition” as students from USC, UCLA, Santa Monica College and Conservatory of Recording Arts take the stage for a panel of celebrity judges!
Come to the Passage on Oct. 11th at 8:30 and see what cool things are going on with GrammyU.
RSVP at www.grammyu-LA.info
Visit GrammyU, to learn more about all their great industry networking and events! www.grammy365.com/grammy-u
The extraordinary Avishai Cohen (acoustic and electric bass, vocals) will be performing evocative music from his latest EMI release “Aurora” that speaks of life, love, youth and freedom.
His quintet of virtuosi features Avishai, Shai Maestro/piano, Karen Malka/voice, Amos Hoffman/oud, & Itmar Doari/percussion.
One show only: 9:30pm on Friday October 22nd at the Musicians Institute Concert Hall.
A LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE TICKETS TO THIS SHOW ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO MI STUDENTS – VISIT THE STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE TO SIGN UP.
Tickets are available here http://tinyurl.com/AvishaiTIX
The Musicians Foundation is a proud non-profit supporter of The Jazz Bakery.
The Musicians Foundation has an online charity auction–going on NOW (until Oct. 2nd)!
Please bid to raise funds for the Marky Ramone Drum Scholarship at MI.
This is your chance to hang out with Marky, and have (pre-paid) lunch with him for 2 hours at the new Hollywood Hard Rock Cafe.
Click on the eBay link below, bid high and bid often!
Hollywood Lunch October 6th: http://tinyurl.com/MARKYHOLLYWOOD
Just Added to Marky Ramone Concert 10/8 at MI: Wayne Static (STATIC-X), Bassist Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING), guitarist Mike Stone (ex-QUEENSRŸCHE, PETER CRISS) http://tinyurl.com/MARKY-TIX
John Abercrombie Quartet
The John Abercrombie Quartet features Mark Feldman (Violin), Joey Baron (Drums), and Thomas Morgan (Bass).
The Jazz Bakery “Moveable Feast” continues at Musicians Institute Concert Hall on Saturday October 9th, TWO SHOWS- 8pm and 9:30pm
Over a career spanning more than 40 years and nearly 50 albums, John Abercrombie has established himself as one the masters of jazz guitar. Favoring unusual sounds and nontraditional ensembles, Abercrombie is a restless experimenter, working firmly in the jazz tradition while pushing the boundaries of meter and harmony.
A LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE TICKETS TO BOTH SHOWS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO MI STUDENTS – VISIT THE STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE TO SIGN UP.
General – $25 / Student Rush – $15 (day of show w/ID)
Visit The Jazz Bakery (a non-profit partner of The Musicians Foundation and MI) for more info. and ticket purchase—- or please call The Jazz Bakery reservation line 310-271-9039.
LEMMY –Just added to Marky Ramone All Star Scholarship Concert lineup (10/8) at Musicians Institute!
click here To Buy MARKY RAMONE Concert Tickets
Marky will be joined (in a full evening of Ramones music) by Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, David Lee Roth), Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead), Michael Graves (The Misfits), Jeff Duncan (Armored Saint), Marko DeSantis (Sugarcult) and Andy Hilfiger (bassologist/Fashion Guru).
MORE MAJOR NAMES to be announced very SOON!
Check out this video of Lemmy’s song R.A.M.O.N.E.S:
Quincy Jones will come to MI to present phenomenal Cuban pianist Alfredo Rodriguez with his trio!
featuring PETER SLAVOV-bass / FRANCISCO MELA-drums
The Jazz Bakery “Moveable Feast” at Musicians Institute Concert Hall Thursday, Sept 30 (one show only) at 8:30 pm
General – $25 / Student Rush – $15 Box office opens 7:30pm
Quincy: “When I first heard him play, he knocked me on my booty, man! He is very special and I do not say that easily because I have been surrounded by the best musicians in the world my entire life and he is one of the best!”
to purchase tickets, visit The Jazz Bakery for more info.
Check out this video of Quincy Jones Productions’ new artist Alfredo Rodriguez playing with his trio at Warsaw Jazz at the Old Town Festival in July 2010
The Musicians Foundation and Musicians Institute are proud to announce an exciting series of public concert events to be held in the MI Concert Hall (1655 N. McCadden Place, Hollywood). Long-time, (and much beloved) non-profit LA Jazz venue The Jazz Bakery will be hosting a series of extraordinary jazz concerts at MI during Fall 2010. The first in the series is Alfredo Rodriguez on Sept. 30th. Stay tuned for announcements for upcoming concerts during October and November.
Known as a true music aficionado’s venue, The Jazz Bakery and MI are a perfect match for sponsoring creative, artistic cutting edge jazz events. MI’s Concert Hall enables the listener to enjoy pristine audio, excellent sightlines, and HD video side projections in its comfortable 500 seat auditorium. Parking is available in several nearby parking lots.
MF, Musicians Institute (MI) and The Grammy Museum (one of our non-profit partners) are proud to present the 2010-2011 series of MI-sponsored Grammy Museum Music Education classes for LA Unified School District high school students in the Museum’s intimate Clive Davis Theater.
During the school year, The Grammy Museum has become an important gateway for supporting and preserving music education as a major sponsor of school tours and music classes for LA area middle and high school students who are suffering from severe cuts in arts education in their own school’s budget.
For the upcoming year, the MI sponsored classes (taught exclusively by MI’s world-class faculty) will nearly triple to 14 different course offerings, up from 2009-10’s highly successful 5 course series. Additionally, MI will be the Museum’s sole Education Class sponsor for the entire month of April, with seven courses running throughout the month.
The MI class topics range from Beat Making and Sampling, Writing and Mixing Music for Television, Making Money in the Music Business, Pop Lyric Writing Workshops, and much more. MI is pleased to continue its partnership as a major sponsor of The Grammy Museum (since it’s inception in 2008).
To learn more about the Grammy Museum, Click here
For a complete list of The Grammy Museum’s Educational Course offerings for 2010-2011, Click here