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Music Arrangers & Composers & Recording ArtistsTheatre || Dance || Literary || Resources
Tom Amend facebook- pianist, composer, teacher. 18 Perkins St. Gloucester, MA 01930 - 978-283-6277 - email@example.com
IMN, International Music Network - Offers artist representation, concerts and tour bookings for bands of Jazz, World music, and Latin. Offices in Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA - 278 Main St., Gloucester, MA 01930 - 978 283-2883
The North Shore Jazz Project (NSJP) started in November of 2009 to help revive the North Shore of Boston as a jazz oasis. The project was inspired by Sandy Berman and Lennie Sogoloff, two men whose love of music and particularly Jazz and Blues brought people like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and Howlin’ Wolf to the North Shore. The NSJP mission is to create a musical environment by bringing together the best performers and teachers with listeners and students of all abilities and backgrounds to create a musical environment where learning, experiencing, and the appreciation of music and it’s various forms can flourish. For nearly 60 years Mr. Sogoloff and Mr. Berman presented music where world-class artists performed to the inspiration of our community. It is in this spirit that the NSJP aims to create a non threatening environment where young and old can appreciate America’s only original art form.
Robert J. Bradshaw - Music and Sound Illusions, composer, arranger, recording artist (MSI: recording studio) ,
PO Box 2051, Gloucester MA 01931-2051 - (978) 281-9616, Studio 251/FAX: 978 281-9606
Thomas Eaton - PICK 3 (BlueGrass & Country) and Tom, Chick & Patsy, (Folk, Blues, County, Sea Shanties), 4 Leonard St. Gloucester 978-283-9877
Burke Management - 6 Marchant St. Gloucester 978 283-6069
Julie Cleveland - Cape Ann Piano Studio - - Instructor of piano, Downtown Gloucester Location - (978) 491-1658, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Also on facebook at Cape Ann Piano Studio
Willie Alexander - Willie "Loco" Alexander is a rock' n' roll survivor, who's Boston-based career has traced the history of rock and roll for thirty years and lives in Gloucester.
Krystal Demaine - North Shore Music Therapy Services - professional classical and jazz flute player and songwriter. phone: Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 273-8776
INGE BERGE, a NORWAY native, came to Boston in 1989 and went to BERKLEE. A young man full of half-baked dreams of becoming a famous Hollywood composer, he undertook a course of study in the art of FILM SCORING. Nothing ever really came of that. Instead, he settled in Gloucester, MA, where he got a gig as Resident Music Director at the GLOUCESTER STAGE CO.
Chelsea Berry is a singer songwriter from the town of Chugiak, Alaska. She has lived and performed around her home state as well as in Chicago, Nashville, Boston, and, most recently, Cape Ann, MA. She finished a new original album Walk with Me which was released at Boston’s House of Blues in June of 2010. She is currently working on BLAH and touring with BLAH.
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? - We like to pretend we live in a circus in the woods. We enjoy fireplaces, dusty books, mystics, fiddles, soul music, carnivals, putting on make-up, taking off make-up, and making up stories. Members: Brian King - voice, guitar, keys, Nathan Cohen - violin, trumpet, Mike Leggio - upright bass, Lori Perkins - hammond organ, piano, Nate Greenslit - drums, Rachel Jayson - viola, Leigh Calabrese - singing saw, Matt Dallow - accordion
Natalie McDonald - Recording Artist and webmistress of "Depth Charge!", Rockport
Sound Marketing - Audio Logos, Brand Identities, Audio Mnemonics, Sound Design, Custom Music Production, Sonic Branding - Gloucester, MA (978) 590 6852
Elizabeth Rehill - Bass Guitar/Vocals, member of the "Sugarcoma" band, Gloucester
Jeffry Hamilton Steele -Steele has recently moved from Gloucester, MA -- city of his birth -- to Tacoma, WA, where he maintains a private studio for teaching and recording. He recently began teaching full-time -- General Music, choirs and ensembles
Evan Whitfield - keyboardist/pianist/composer/improviser, Gloucester email@example.com
Cape Ann Symphony Orchestra - One of America's premier regional symphonies, it recently celebrated its fiftieth season. Under Musical Director Yoichi Udagawa, this sixty-piece professional orchestra presents a four-concert season of outstanding classical repertoire with world-class soloists.
ROCKPORT MUSIC - Shalin Liu Performance Center
Festival Office: 3 Main Sreet, Rockport, MA 978 546-7391 Under the artistic direction of pianist David Deveau, June 2-26 with 16 Concerts of outstanding ensembles and soloists. All concerts are at the Rockport Art Association, 12 Main Street, Rockport, MA. Concerts are Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 8pm, and 5pm on Sundays. .
The Cape Ann ("THE ANNIE") - Also home of - Henry Allen TheatreWorks which fosters and supports the development of original, theatrical projects and productions that are born of the historic and modern folklore of Cape Ann. of 1 Washington Street, Glouceste, MA 978 281-0680
Gloucester Stage Company - 267 E. Main St. Gloucester 281-4099
Windhover Center for the Performing Arts - 257(R) Granite Street PO Box 2249 Rockport, MA 01966 - (978)546-3611Theatre in the Pines facebook - 5 Reilly's Lane Rockport, MA 01966 - 978.546.2463
Marla Blakey - Movement Classes in Rockport, call: 508 463-4007
Juliana McGovern - 10 Marmion Way, Rockport 546-7533
Windhover Center for the Performing Arts - 257(R) Granite Street PO Box 2249 Rockport, MA 01966 - (978)546-3611
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Gloucester Writers Center - "Housed in the former home of one of Gloucester’s most beloved poets, Vincent Ferrini. The Center is dedicated to honoring the works both Ferrini and his friend and fellow poet Charles Olson." "The Gloucester Writers Center continues to shape its identity and recently developed a calendar of events that supports its mission of celebrating, preserving and promoting the future of Gloucester’s rich literary legacy."- Terry Weber writes on the Gloucester Writers Center - 26 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA
Peter Anastas - A Walker in the City: Writings by Peter Anastas, President of the Charles Olson Society and co-corodinator of Olson 100
Vincent Ferrini - Gloucester Poet
David J. Bookbinder - I am a psychotherapist, writer, and photographer. My formal training is in counseling psychology and creative writing; as a photographer I am largely self-taught. I work with a broad range of clients, but I specialize in working with people in the arts, clients with addictive behaviors, couples, and gifted children and adults.
The Waterfront - Joe Garland - The Gloucester Guide - A stroll through Place and Time by Joe Garland
Lara Lepionka - Individual consulting and workshops in grant research, grant writing, resource & opportunity development, project management and strategic planning for artists and small not-for-profit organizations.
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NOBLE Web - North of Boston Library Exchange - is a consortium of 25 libraries dedicated to improving library service by facilitating access to library materials and information through automations.
NOBLE Children's Library - WWW resources for children, children's literature, television, resources for parents and teachers.
New England Library Association - NELA is a regional organization chartered in 1963 - plans and supports regional activities to encourage exchange of ideas to cooperate with regional and national agencies having related interests, stimulate research. NELA Listserv also available. Reach out and communicate!
Massachusetts Library and Information Network (MLIN) - The MLIN is your guide to the library resources of MA. Through MLIN, you can search the public, academic, and special library catalogs throughout the state. MLIN provides an access point to state, federal and local gov. information of interest to the residences of Massachusetts.
Children's Literature Web Guide - Internet Resources Related to Books for Children and Young Adults.
Libweb - Library WWW Servers - Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE - Library Servers via WWW. Includes, Academic, Public, National Libraries and Library Organizations, State Libraries, Regional Consortia, Special and School Libraries including international submissions.
The American Library Association - ALA's mission is to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all.
The National Library of Education & ERIC Educational Resources Inforamtation Center - The National Library of Education is the largest federally funded library devoted entirely to education. It is the federal government's principal center for one-stop information and referral on education.
THE BOOKSTORE - 61 Main St. Gloucester 281-1548
Ten Pound Island Book Company - Bookstore Hours: 12-5, Thursday to Sunday. Phone:(978) 282-4569. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TheToad Hall Bookstore -51 Main St. Rockport 546-7323
Open Book Systems (OBS) - Home Page - Custom Reading Experiences: Online and in Print
The Charles Olson Festival - Gloucester, MA. USA- file takes a couple of min. to download but well worth it. (photos. too) A Report by Loss Pequeño Glazier
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