Sat, Aug 15 | We will be using Zoom to connect with you.

ARTZ Notes with Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger

ARTZ Notes is a new series of interactive experiences around music.
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ARTZ Notes with Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger

Time & Location

Aug 15, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
We will be using Zoom to connect with you.

About The Event

Join us on August 15 at 1:30 pm (EST). After you register, we will send you the Zoom link and instructions.

Please join singer-songwriter and educator Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger for an afternoon of song. We will sing together, talk about the music that speaks to you and share how music has shaped our lives and meaningful memories.

ARTZ Notes invites you to come together with other participants to listen to music, make your own, and engage with each other and the performers. ARTZ Notes offers music and experiences as diverse as our participants. We are exploring different options – all of them virtual for now – including facilitating live performances paired with conversations, interactive improvisation and sing-alongs, and conversations and movement around pre-recorded music of all genres.

More about Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger:

A classically trained musician at the Oberlin Conservatory, Keisha is passionate about music education and creating access to musical experiences for all children. Keisha has been teaching for  over 15 yers and is currenlty the Lower School Music Teacher at Abington Friends School. In addition to teaching at AFS,  she also performs and teaches through interactive education concerts through World Café Live’s Bridge Sessions, which creates music education and performance experiences for students in Philadelphia’s charter and public schools.

A professional singer and songwriter, Keisha has performed throughout the Philadelphia area, New York, and D.C. She has opened for performers such as Zap Mama, and Meshell N’Degeocello and was a professional chorale member of The Philadelphia Singers, the former resident choir of The Philadelphia Orchestra. Keisha uses her platform as an artist and educator to bring attention to social justice issues through both performances and educational concerts collaborating with artist-activists from Philadelphia and surrounding areas.

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