Casio is a Tokyo based, internationally acclaimed electronics manufacturing company that produces calculators, mobile phones, cameras, musical instruments, and watches. Casio’s keyboards and synthesizers have been used religiously by musicians worldwide for decades.
The reliability and notoriety of Casio’s products makes them stand out amongst various musical instrument distributors. Casio’s commitment to high-quality and environmentally friendly products is an exemplary standard of excellence in the industry.
The Summit is looking forward to Casio’s partnership with Richard Formidoni on Tuesday, November 10th to present I Learned on a Casio. So many of us can say we started our musical journey on a Casio keyboard. Casio has been enabling musicians for 35 years and counting. Learn how Casio continues to keep music education a top priority, and how its current line of instruments can bring your music to new heights.
Special thanks to Casio for their sponsorship of this one-of-a-kind event. The 2015 City Music Summit will be held at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City on November 9-11. Register today.
One Sound, Many Voices: American Popular Music and Creative Youth Development
November 9-11, 2015, in New York City
Berklee City Music is coming to New York City this fall for its fifth annual professional development event. This year’s programming will support four content areas, including:
Student engagement and performance
Staff and teacher development (best practices)
Awareness raising, advancement of mission, and development
Attendees will engage in professional development, share best practices, network, create opportunities for collaboration, and leave with the tools needed to further the City Music movement, “positively impacting youth development primarily through popular music.”
As we count down to Five Week, Berklee City Music is interviewing our Five Week City Music ensemble directors. Today, we’re featuring Marty Walsh, director of the Five Week City Music Pop/Rock Ensemble.
What are you looking forward to most this summer?
Working with very talented City Music musicians.
What advice can you give to students to get the most out of your ensemble?
Think above all else what is right for the song. It’s not about individual performances, it’s about how the group performs as a whole
Many students travel from far away – what is one thing you think students should do/see/eat while in Boston?
Go to a Red Sox game. Fenway park is the classic old school baseball stadium.
SAVE THE DATE: August 11, 2015 at the Berklee Performance Center, 7:30pm
WATCH highlights from the 2014 Scholarship Concert: