LA Business Journal Women Making a Difference Awards
May 20, 2011- Hollywood, CA
The Musicians Foundation Executive Director and VP at Musicians Institute, Beth Marlis received nominations in three categories at The Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Women Making A Difference” awards event held in Century City earlier this week.
This most recent acknowledgement is another facet of the tremendous, ongoing growth of Musicians Institute within the business world, music industry sectors and the community over the last several years, as MI is poised to celebrate it’s 35th anniversary in 2012.
The LABJ Awards honors L.A.’s most successful and remarkable women business leaders who “lead by example, successfully blending effective business vision with passionate commitment to positively ‘make a difference’, both in the world of business and the communities they serve.”
Congratulations to Ms. Marlis, and to all the 2011 award nominees!
Beth Marlis Representing MI at Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Event April 2011
The extraordinary Stanley Clarke (longtime friend of Musicians Institute, and Musicians Foundation Board Member) will be celebrating his 60th birthday at Catalina’s with a series of shows that are certain to feature an incredible array of world class musicians each night!
While the names haven’t been announced yet, I can say with confidence that Stanley has some very heavyweight friends (to say the least) who will be sharing the stage for these shows!
The Stanley Clarke 60th celebration runs from May 12, 13, 14 (two shows per night) at Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood (just 1 block from MI).
Tickets can be purchased here, ($30-$35-$40 depending on date) + a two drink minimum — which gets you in to see the show of a lifetime!
The Musicians Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of the new Mojave Audio Vocal Scholarship to be awarded to a newly enrolling student in the Vocal Program at Musicians Institute for Fall 2011.
The scholarship is generously sponsored by Mojave Audio as a part of it’s commitment to support music education.
The winner of the Mojave Audio Vocal Scholarship should possess overall outstanding outstanding vocal skills in any genre.
The scholarship award of $1,000 will be applied as a tuition discount for the Fall 2011 quarter.
- For complete details, and scholarship application, click here
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