Montgomery Arts Infusion Holiday Special

On the Set of “Frosty the Snow Man”

The Montgomery Arts Infusion Holiday Special was filmed on the stage set of Adventure Theatre’s “Frosty the Snow Man” in Glen Echo. The special will air on Channels 19 and 995 from Dec. 1 – 31.

To view MAI show in it’s entirety, just follow the link below.

The holiday show is hosted by Michael Bobbitt and features Maryland Youth Ballet’s “Mini-Nut,” jazz violinists Black Violin and Poolesville artist Claire Howard.

The Snow Man’s Magic Hat

MAI Host Michael Bobbitt shows us the magic hat the snow man wears as he comes to life in Frosty the Snow Man.”Performances are scheduled to run through December 31. However due to popular demand, performances may extend into January.

For more information, click here: http://www.adventuretheatre-mtc.org/

MYB’s Mini-Nut Performances

Roland Jones, MYB’s Nutcracker prince and Elena Remez, the troup’s Sugar Plum Fairy, rehearse for the Mini-Nut.

Maryland Youth Ballet’s Mini-Nut is a performance designed to keep the interest of small children. Although it is only slightly different from the full-length Nutcracker, the dancers must attain the same skill level. Phyllis Armstrong introduces us to two dancers and the choreographer in this story.  To find out more about upcoming Mini-Nut performances, go to http://www.marylandyouthballet.org/

 

Black Violin Musicians Kev Marcus and Will B play for students from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.

Black Violin Breaks Barriers at Strathmore Music Center

The Two Recent Appearances by Black Violin Musicians Kev Marcus and Will B sold out the Music Center at Strathmore. This year, the students were bused to the Music Center from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, where Black Violin used their hip hop music to expose long-held stereotypes.

To find out more about upcoming concerts at The Music Center at Strathmore, go to https://www.strathmore.org/

Artist Claire Howard in her Poolesville studio

 

Artist Captures MoCo Skies and More

Poolesville Landscape Artist Claire Howard is known for stopping her car to capture scenic Montgomery County on camera before she recreates the images on canvass. Our county is her inspiration.

To find out more about the artist and her art, go to: http://clairehoward.net/

 

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Gaynelle Evans is the Executive Producer at Montgomery Community Media.

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