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Mon, Jul 19


Coppell Arts Center

Summer Music Workshop Series: Music Making Skills

Music Making Skills | $25 per ticket

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Summer Music Workshop Series: Music Making Skills
Summer Music Workshop Series: Music Making Skills

Time & Location

Jul 19, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Coppell Arts Center, 505 Travis St, Coppell, TX 75019, USA

About The Event

$25 per ticket

Plus, save $10 when you attend all 4 workshops! *must purchase by July 19th


Summer Music Workshop Series: Everything you ever wanted to know about singing - but were afraid to ask!

Week 1: Music Making Skills -  Come learn with the best about score reading, music vocabulary and much more! Using fun musical examples attendees will leave with a confidence in their musicianship skills - with CCC Director, Allison Hartzell

About the Instructor 

Fall 2021 will mark the beginning of her third season as the  Musical Director of the Coppell Community Chorale. Mrs. Hartzell is in  her 14th year as choral director for Coppell MS West. While teaching at  West, choirs are successful at UIL Solo and Ensemble, All-Region choir  auditions, and State Festivals. The Varsity Treble Choir, Varsity Mixed  Choir, Non-Varsity Treble Choir, and Tenor/Bass Choir compete at the UIL  Concert and Sight- reading Competition and have consistently earned  sweepstakes trophies across the board.A cum laude graduate of the University of North Texas, Mrs.  Hartzell was a member of the Concert Choir, Grand Chorus, Student  Chapter of ACDA, and Vice President and Co-Founder of the North Texas  Student Music Educators Association. She has served as the Region XX MS  Vocal Coordinator, West Fine Arts Department Chair and holds memberships  with TMEA, TMAA, ACDA, and TCDA.Mrs. Hartzell grew up in the Houston area and was a member of  her high school's choir, band, and theatre programs. She has been  singing since the age of 4 and knew from then on she had found her  calling. Mrs. Hartzell lives in Coppell with her husband Rick, children  Madison and Hunter, and puppies, Pele and Baxter.


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