Music is a FUN social activity that keeps minds of all ages active. The time before a performance is filled with picking a song, practicing over and over, anticipation, nerves and more practicing. Some students really look forward to recitals and others dread it, but MUSIC is meant to be heard! and learning to make music is more rewarding when shared.
Every year I am encouraged about the future of our world when I see how well kids can team up, work together, and step into the spotlight with courage and grace. This year was no exception. Our Showcase was abound with dedicated, driven, and promising young musicians. Check out these video clips: Continue reading “FutureStars Showcase 2018 Highlights”→
We’re excited about this year’s Showcase bands featuring new groups and returning players, all passionate about music. Mark your calendar! Sunday, March 25th at 4pm at the Bull Run, in Shirley, MA.
Be sure to buy your tickets from your favorite musician. Not only will you support these aspiring musicians, you will support music in our public schools. Proceeds from the 2018 Showcase will be donated to the Gardner public school music programs. Since 2005, FutureStars has generated more than $20000 for public school music. Continue reading “FutureStars Showcase 2018 Performers”→
When they applied to perform at FutureStars Showcase 2017, The Crushers band members knew that the event was a fun chance to play their music for family and friends, because they had performed at the concert the year before. In 2016, they were a foursome; brothers Ben and Jonathan Godbout (drums and guitar/vocals) and brothers Jake and Zac Brennan (guitar and bass) all between 11 and 13 years old. In 2017, after a year of working on their music and adding lead vocalist James Barone they knew they could out-do their previous concert performance. Continue reading “2017 FutureStars Band, The Crushers, Play On!”→