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Write for an Online Arts Magazine

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Volunteer Choir(s) for Non-Profit

CEAP (Community Emergency Assistance Programs) in Brooklyn Center is a non-profit community based organization the meets families basic needs that are in crisis such as food, clothing etc. During our Holiday Program we distribute toys to families for children during the season.

CEAP is seeking small choirs or musical groups that would be willing to sing for a period of time during the week of Monday, December 16th - Thursday, December 19th in our lobby as families pick up their toys.

Contact:
Alexa
P: 763.450.3686 / F: 763.566.9604
alexa.artmann@ceap.com
7051 Brooklyn Boulevard
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
www.ceap.org

Vocal Ensemble for Senior Citizens Group

We are seeking a small student vocal ensemble to volunteer to provide a 30-45 minute performance and discussion for the "Joy in Learning" senior group on Wednesday, December 11, 12:30-1:15 pm. Vocal pieces could include holiday, seasonal, and peace-related as our group is diverse in secular and spiritual backgrounds.

Minneapolis Public Schools' Community Education program in the Prospect Park neighborhood has a program of 12-20 seniors who meet monthly for a luncheon and guest presentation. The "Joy in Learning" group is co-sponsored by Pratt Community Education and the Southeast Seniors Block Nurse program.

The presentation could be a mix of performance and discussion by the students of: why did they decide to major in music at the U, what brought them to the University of Minnesota, what are their career hopes, what are the broader issues they see in support of the arts in our current day culture, and any other pertinent issues? The presentation could be an exchange with the seniors' questions as well as comments.

Some in the group are retired U of M professors. Many in the group are U of M alumni. And some are also musicians. We are seeking not just a performance but also an enriching discussion for the students to share some current day insights of studying music at the U of M.

We are located at 66 Malcolm Ave. SE, but meet at Prospect Park United Methodist Church, 22 Orlin Ave. SE, right across the street from Pratt School.

Contact Jan at Jan.Thurn@mpls.k12.mn.us or 612.668.1100

Chamber Ensemble for Reception

We are looking for a small group, such as a quartet or quintet, who might be interested in donating their time and talent to provide entertainment and background music for our two hour event.

What: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Man & Woman of the Year Campaign Winter Soiree (Cocktail Reception)
Who: 50-75 Board Members, Candidates, and additional influential people in the Twin Cities Community
When: Thursday, December 5th, 7-9pm
Where: Hyatt Regency Minneapolis - Downtown

Contact Lisa at Lisa.Masterson@lls.org

Harpist(s) for Babies in the Hospital

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital is looking for harpist(s) to perform two times per month for an hour each session. Times are flexible and we are able to accommodate multiple harpists. This would be a volunteer opportunity for the month of November with potential for compensation later.

November is World Prematurity Awareness month so there is also potential to be involved in media opportunities as we get the word out.

For more information, contact Ashley at amoelter@marchofdimes.com or call 952-873-9679

Tenor Sax Player (Volunteer) for Big Band

The Good News Big Band is looking for a tenor sax player. Flute and clarinet doubling ability is a plus but NOT a deal breaker. This is an all volunteer band that was founded in 1994 with an outreach mission of using the medium of Christian Big Band Jazz to help churches lead worship. The band has played at hundreds of churches over the years throughout the state of Minnesota. In addition to augmenting church services, the band plays park concerts, Christmas concerts, fund raisers, jazz festivals, and has recorded live at the Artist's Quarter in St. Paul.

The band rehearses every Sunday night at the Oak Hill Lutheran Church in Bloomington, MN , from 7-9 PM, from September thru June.

If you have or know someone who would enjoy playing in a well-run, seasoned big band with an extensive library, please have them contact me at the below e-mail address.

Dana Mathewson, danamartha@charter.net

Violins, Bass and Percussionist for Community Orchestra

The East Metro Symphony Orchestra (or EMSO) is a community orchestra that has been providing a broad range of orchestra experiences to the greater Twin Cities area since 1957.

I am looking to fill some open spots because some members have dropped out for the season due to work or personal conflicts.

We need first and second violins and a bass player for our upcoming Christmas Concert. We are also in need of a percussionist for this concert. We will be collaborating with the Woodbury Dance Theater and play a few movements from the Nutcracker along with other holiday tunes.

Rehearsals meet every Tuesday from 6-8pm at East Ridge High School in Woodbury.

Regular rehearsal scheduled for Dec 10th from 6-8pm and
Dress rehearsal on Thursday Dec 12th from 6-8pm with the Woodbury dance students at the High School.

Performances:
Friday, Dec 13th @ 7pm - East Ridge High School
Saturday, Dec 14th @ 7pm - East Ridge High School
Sunday, Dec 15th @ 3pm - East Ridge High School

This is a volunteer opportunity.

Contact Kimberly at vicepresident@emsorch.org for more information regarding music and rehearsals.

Musicians for On-Campus Club

The Video Game Development Club here at the U is looking for undergraduate and/or graduate musicians with a passion for creating music for multimedia to join our club to showcase their compositions and help design and create games. Our club meets Wednesdays at 5, and Saturdays at 1 in 2-260 Keller Hall, starting 9/4. For more information, contact vgdc@umn.edu, or just show up to a meeting!

Instrumental musician(s) to perform for seniors

Looking for instrumentalists to play for senior living community in Roseville. Can be a soloist or small group. Time is flexible. Ideally perform for 30-60 minutes each visit. We can arrange for once a week, once a month or somewhere in between. Whatever works best for the musician(s).

Location:
Golden Living Center - Lake Ridge
2727 Victoria St N, Roseville, MN

Contact:
Susan at 651-486-2437

The day program I work at recently built a small amphitheater at our main campus. We are looking for volunteer musicians to offer music in this space during the day.
The schedule is pretty open as to when they could perform. We are also very open to whatever kind of music they want to provide, granted it's appropriate. It could basically be anytime between 9am and 3:15 pm. The audience would mainly consist of adults with developmental disabilities.

Contact:
Amber Olfert, Music Therapist
Email: ‪aolfert@opportunities.org‪
Phone: 952-912-7441| fax: 952-930-4279 | cell: 763-807-3223
5500 Opportunity Court| Minnetonka, MN 55343 | http://opportunities.org

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