Oklahoma City University Music Academy Newsletter

Dan Meagher of the Oklahoma City University Performing Art

Academy sent along this announcement recently:

We are the music outreach education department of OCU’s Bass School

of Music, which for 80 years has inspired and educated students for

professional music careers – including Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award winners.

As part of our education mission, we produce a free, monthly music

e-newsletter, which provides parents and students with helpful articles for

young performers and musicians of all ages on a wide variety of music

topics. We invite your members to receive our e-newsletter. Past newsletters

have included information about:

* Preparing for college music school auditions

* How to pay for a college music education

* How singers can avoid sore throats

* How instrumentalists can travel with their instruments

Our newsletter is free and available to parents who want to help their

child reach their musical goals. Currently, over 3,000 parents and students

from around the nation and the world receive newsletter. Your readers may

sign-up by visiting: http://www.okcu.edu/music/academy/newsletter.aspx. We are ad

free and our member list is not sold or used by anyone else. You may

unsubscribe at any time.

http://www.okcu.edu/music/academy

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