Highland Children’s Choir Christmas Concert
Monday, November 27th 7:00 p.m.
Timberline Middle School
Come join us for an evening of beautiful children’s voices!!
Calling all Shakespeare fans between the ages of 12 and 18!
Come join us for A Winter’s Tale, by William Shakespeare.
Rehearsals will be Wednesdays 4-6pm during January, February, and March.
Bring any Shakespeare monologue to audition on Wednesday,
January 3 at 4pm at the Highland City Community Center.
Tuition is $45.
Please direct any questions to
Arsenic and Old Lace
Directed by Melissa Brown
Join the Brewsters this October for a fantastic
comedy revolving around the Brewster family,
descended from the Mayflower,
but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs.
What could make you feel better?
Join us for Keselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace
directed by Melissa Brown.
Show dates are October 26, 27, 28, 30 at 7 pm
at Highland Civic Center 5278 W 10400 N. Highland, Utah.
Tickets are $8 and $5 for children under 12.
They can be purchased at the door or reserved at the link below.
We can’t wait to see you there!
UTAH VALLEY CHAMBER PLAYERS
UTAH Valley Chamber Players still has a few seats open for the Fall semester.
If you have a young string player between the ages of 12 and 17,
they will love playing in our fantastic orchestra!
Rehearsals are on Saturday mornings.
Tuition is $85 for the entire semester.
Young musicians should be comfortable with shifting and vibrato and working in
Suzuki books 4-7, Barber books 2-3, or equivalent.
to register your child or for more information.
Stitchery group will be meeting the first Tuesday of every month, 11 am to 1 pm at the Highland City Community Center.
Bring your favorite project to work on. Everyone is welcome.
2017 fall painting—
(Wonderful World Of Floral & Still Life Painting)
From: Linda Howard
This fall I will be guiding my student through the WONDERFUL WORLD OF FLORAL AND STLL LIFE PAINTING. (OIL’s) The emphasis will be on COLOR, Understanding edge quality and Strong Focal Point.
I will lecture, give demonstrations and you will spend lots of time mixing paint, practicing, learning and hopefully enjoying yourself.
Color: Common sense color mixing. Understanding what happens to the local color on an object as it moves towards the light and descends towards shadow. ( what changes it goes through) Over the weeks you will make reference charts of various colors.
Colors for background, leaves, flowers.
Still life: Set up, props, materials, lighting.
Space is very limited because of the size of the room. Each student will have table space for easel and supplies.
To reserve your space contact Shauna Larson
(home phone) 801-756-9614) as soon as you can.
HIGHLAND BOYS CHORUS
Highland City Arts and Highland
Children’s Choir Announce Auditions
Conductor: Kerilynn Lenhart
For Information email@example.com or check out our website at highlandchildrenschoir.com or call(801)492-0590.
Come Sing With Us!!!
Musical Theater and Acting classes
Calling all actors!
Highland City Arts Council is excited to announce a new semester of Musical Theater and Acting classes. Do you get nervous when you audition? Don’t know how to pick just the right piece for a show you’re auditioning for? Want to nail some of those high notes you’re struggling with? Have a monologue you want to perfect? Or do you just need help speaking or appearing in front of audiences?
My name is Marshall Madsen and I’m happy to help! A native Utah resident, I just finished my time at UVU in their Musical Theater Performance BFA program. I now teach theater, dance and film at Rockwell Charter High School, and accompany and teach for the Hale Center Theater in Orem, where I’ve been working as an actor for the last five years. Teaching and theater are my passions and I’m excited to share them with the local community here in Highland.
This class for all ages focuses in on what makes an audition great, and some of the tricks of the trade to land a callback. With fresh class courses and formats straight from New York, I’ve worked with some of the best and brightest from colleges around the state and learned from some of the most talented instructors in the nation to hone in on these materials. Instructors like Jason Alexander, Sean Astin, Lisa O’Hare, Max Greenfield, Susan Stroman and Jeff Whiting to name a few.
Classes are on half hour sessions every Friday between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm starting September 1st and running till December 15th at the Highland Civic Center located at 5378 W 10400 N.
Tuition is $375 for the full semester, including one master class per month.
For more information please contact Kathy Castleton at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration and questions regarding enrollment or scheduling.
Thank you so much. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Highland Choral Arts will have open auditions on August 30th from 7:3o pm to 9 pm at the at the Highland City Community Center. Please visit highlandchoralarts.org for more information and sign up times.
Kids Art Classes on Mondays at 3 pm to 4 pm
at the Highland City Community Center
Registration Call Shauna 801-756-9614
$10 per week
We will be exploring all different art forms, art history, and mediums
Sharon Cannon’s Watercolor Class
This is an ongoing class for Beginners, Intermediate or Advanced Watercolor Students
On Mondays 10 am at the Community Center
To register call Shauna 801-756-9614
FRIENDS OF ART
For the Greater Community of Art and Art Appreciation
Highland City Community Center
September through May
2nd Wednesdays — Guest Artist 10:45 am-1 pm
3rd Wednesday — 11 am-2 pm Show ‘n tell, projects, consultations, potluck
September 13th Artist’s Open House
Share your art and art experiences…bring a friend…and potluck
Membership Policy: $25 a year, September through May
or $5/month or $3/meeting — Visitors: first visit is FREE
Visitors and New Members Welcome
Questions: Call Corene Bennett 801-768-9643 or Jo Sudweeks 801-756-9717
Highland Hand Chimes
This musical group is open to individuals 12 and up. Handchimes Choir is a collaborative group where each person plays a few of the notes. It’s easy to learn, and so much fun. Students will learn counting, not reading, musical terms, and cooperation.
We meet on Mondays at the Highland City arts building 3:15-4:30 beginning September 11
$75 per semester
Contact Paige at 801-830-0927 or email@example.com
Highland Children’s Choir Annual Registration
Auditions being held Aug. 12, 19 and 26th. Limited spots are reserved on a first come first serve basis for students age 5-18. For more information, or to reserve a registration spot for your singer please email Kerilynn Lenhart at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (801) 492-0590.
Come Sing With Us!
Current Group: Utah County
Modern Quilt Group
…..Starts August 19th….11:00 a.m. (membership dues $30 for 12 months)
This group shares, creates & sews together, usually the third Saturday of each month.
We will meet in the Highland Community Center in the large room.
If you are curious about what we do, please feel free to visit us once in June or July before joining.
We are also excited to add to our Arts Council group a quilt guild. Please watch the website for more upcoming information and schedules of workshops and quilt shows.
Native American Flute Circle
A Native American Flute circle for experienced and beginner flutists
will be held on the last Wednesday of each month starting February 22
at the home of Ron Stutz, 11184 North 5500 West in Highland.
If you have a flute, bring it with you or loners are available.
These flutes are easy and fun to play for serious or casual flutists.
Anyone is welcome.
HIGHLAND COMMUNITY CHOIR
We are pleased to announce the formation of a new Highland community choir, Highland Choral Arts. We have been fortunate to enlist the talents of Cathy Jolley, a renowned conductor. This will be a yearlong choir with performances in the spring and Christmas season, with adjournment over the summer months.
Practices will be held at the Highland Community Center (old city office building, 5378 W 10400 N, Highland, UT 84003) Tuesdays from 8-9:30 pm. A brief voice check will be done with each member to determine range, choir suitability, and section assignment. You will NOT need to come with a prepared piece.
This will be a non-profit choir with yearly dues of $100 to offset music, venue rental, accompaniment, and conducting costs. We anticipate a choir of up to 80 members.
Please sign-up for a voice-check time at this link.
For further details or questions, please contact one of the following committee members:
Michael Jemmett 801-664-6063
Annalise Eccles 801-358-1707
Kristi Chase 801-420-0176
Linda Jemmett 801-953-5381
Donate $ for a class… Educate!
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