We’re delighted to be partnering with Pathos Screen Printing again for another online apparel sale. Pathos is a non-profit organization designed to create lasting experiences and tools for the next generation of leaders. All of the profits from this sale go to the Beat Harvest program, which includes three music education scholarships for young people from our community each year.
Once again, the Beat Harvest students are going to bring great music to your home in our live stream student show. We will be streaming live on the Beat Harvest YouTube channel at 7:00pm on Friday, March 26th. So, put on your favorite casual attire, grab some snacks, sit back and enjoy an eclectic evening of video performances from the Beat Harvest students.
Beat Harvest shows are an opportunity for music students to perform in front of a live audience. They choose what to play, get together with friends and family to rehearse and then share their talents with the community.
The ‘Donate‘ button below is our virtual tip jar for this event. We are also partnering with Pathos Screen Printing for an apparel sale. All of the profits from this event go to the Beat Harvest program, which includes two music education scholarships for young people from our community each year.
Looking for some new music to play? Here are some ideas from The Beat Harvest students.
Using Zoom for lessons or performance? Watch this first.
We refuse to let a global pandemic stop us from enjoying some great music! And the best part is, you don’t even have to leave your home to join the fun! So put on your favorite casual attire, grab some snacks, sit back and enjoy an eclectic evening of video performances from the Beat Harvest students. It’ll be just like MTV in 80’s.Continue reading “Online Student Show – Wednesday September 30th at 7:00pm”
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we will be offering online video lessons in place of your regular, private lessons for guitar, bass and ukulele. These will be at the same time as your regular lessons, but you’ll be able to take your lesson from the comfort of your own home. Drummers, it doesn’t work so well for you so I have some other options for you below.Continue reading “The Beat Harvest goes online”
What a great day in the Mariposa Arts Park! Our spring student show was a glorious celebration of all that we’ve been working on for the past few months and our community came out in droves to cheer us on. Thank you to all the performers, the volunteers and everyone who came out to hear us.
We are pleased to announce that singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gail Dreifus will be joining the Beat Harvest instructor family in January 2019. Gail draws on her musical expertise and classroom teaching experience to provide creative and inspiring instruction infused with pure, contagious joy. Gail is doing ukulele, guitar, vocal and piano lessons in Mariposa. Visit the ‘Instructors‘ page to find out more and get in touch with her.
Songwriting kids in Mariposa are helping people impacted by the Detwiler fire. ‘What’s Waiting For Me?’ was written and recorded by children at a summer music program organized by the Mariposa County Arts Council and Mariposa County Parks and Recreation. They also made musical instruments out of trash that are featured on the recording. Download the song for $1 and we’ll donate all the profits to the Mariposa Community Foundation to help people impacted by the fire.