Busy as a Bee - A Superorganism
I want CincyCAMS to be going so well that I am "busy as a bee" running from class to class and setting up meetings, working with facilitators and flying all over the city - much like the bees work in their hives - with us all working together for a common cause! I want CincyCAMS to cause a "buzz" in the city - I want the thrill of thousands of adults making their own kind of music! Of course, I hate the word busy - I prefer happily scheduled, but either way - this is exciting work and I am loving it all. One of the goals of CincyCAMS is to collaborate and work with musicians, teachers, organizations, businesses and the public to make music happen in the lives of our adult neighbors and friends. This is a common goal of our arts partners - exciting work indeed!
It is so very easy to get involved! Classes are short, but enriching - they are inexpensive, but valuable and most of all just plain fun and exciting to be part of this emerging culture of adult music enthusiasts in all areas of music!
Our first class is starting this Saturday: "April Showers Brings May Festival" and we are thrilled. Don't forget to sign up for the British Invasion (May 4 or 6!). Where are those Beatles enthusiasts? You will have a blast with facilitator Liz Archer - she is fabulous!
Thank you to our friends at yp/CC Young Professionals Choral Collective and the ever fabulous KellyAnn Nelson and Christopher Eanes! They are helping us promote the British Invasion with their members and we in turn want you to know about their programs coming up! Check out our online calendar and check out their Community Sing on May 11, Spring Saengerfest on May 20 and a Washington Park concert on June 22 or take yourself out to a ballgame on August 26 and hear them sing the National Anthem.
Now, back to the hive....