WOVEN HARMONY founded in 1992, by Robert and Rebecca Bluestone, have since been working together, bringing their unique collaboration and message to audiences across the United States, including the Mayo Clinic, The Federal Reserve Bank, National Governors Association and major universities such as the University of Iowa, Notre Dame, SUNY Buffalo and Cal State Chico.
Creativity experts, Robert and Rebecca possess the rare gift of not only being consummate artists, but they can also articulate to any audience, in their own language, how creativity relates to their everyday lives and assures them success in the 21st Century. Their multi-media performance incorporates Rebecca’s tapestries installed onstage, projected visual images of their home, studio, process and the landscapes and places from which they have drawn inspiration, interwoven with Robert performing his music and conversation between the two artists.
Adding a unique and intimate aspect to the performance, Robert and Rebecca invite the audience onstage to visit with them during the intermission. Their ultimate goal is to share their passion and inspire audiences to own the Power of Creativity.
In 2006 Robert and Rebecca collaborated with Grammy Award winning composer Andrew York to create a major new work for guitar inspired by Robert and Rebecca’s lives, their art and their aesthetic. The tapestries onstage are from a body of work Rebecca created in response to Robert’s interpretation of York’s music. The WOVENHARMONY SUITE will be a highlight of the evening performance.
Frame Camp presented by Donna Magnani-Convertino, Director of Fame Performing Arts, a 23 year Screen Actors Guild Actress, Professional Dancer and Choreographer. Donna has worked with Victoria Justice star of Nickelodeon’s “Victorious”, Monet Monico from Suite Life of Zack and Cody and Zoey 101, Laine Kazan from My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and many more.
Miss Magnani comes to JSERRA to bring a unique, fun and progressive approach to learning the arts.
Have you ever watched “So You Think You can Dance?” or The Voice?
Have you ever seen a Broadway show or wonder what they do on sitcoms?
Now is your chance, through Fame Camp you will be learning how to get on stage, act out an improv sketch, audition like the pro’s in audition technique classes and more.
In one week, you will learn a hip-hop, ballet and jazz dance, two songs,
acting bits and if you play an instrument you can that bring that too!
Sign up quick as space is limited
Camp dates: July 11th-15th M-F 9:30am-2pm
For more info: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 818) 926-9498
“We have a problem, Houston,” outgoing Principal Tom Waszak said to a packed audience in the Fieldhouse Gymnasium. “Luke [Decker] is not here. Luke is in Fresno,” competing in the CIF state track championships in the 1600-meter race.
But the valedictorian prepared a DVD for his class from Fresno, Waszak said. It kicked off with a musical montage of scenes of Decker running.
The “secret” to his success, Decker said, was found in the faculty and staff – and his fellow students – at the school. “I surrounded myself with successful people from the day I set foot on JSerra High.”