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Visit to Otis Redding Singer/Songwriter Camp

Last week, Curtis and Shelley visited Macon, Georgia to be a part of the Otis Redding Singer/Songwriter Camp. Presented by The Big ‘O’ Youth Educational Dream Foundation and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, 29 youth came prepared to make some music!

Students learn about the PULSE website!

Shelley presented a PULSE workshop to campers and counselors, giving them an overview of the method. Highlights from the presentation: Whack-a-Note, Drag-a-Form, interactive Circle of Fifths, One-on-One videos in the Practice Room, and the Notation Mixer.

Curtis and Shelley had a fabulous time with Otis Redding’s daughter, Karla Redding-Andrews, and her family and Lisa Love, Director of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. This is the beginning of a great partnership with The Big “O”, Georgia Music Hall of Fame, and Berklee.

Campers and staff of the Otis Redding Singer/Songwriter Camp 2010 pose with Curtis and Shelley at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame:

On the far right: Karla Redding-Andrews with J. Curtis Warner and Shelley Irvin-Kent

Partnership with Otis Redding Singer Songwriter Camp

This Past Week Berklee City Music traveled to the Otis Redding Singer Songwriter camp in Macon Georgia. There they shared the PULSE music method with the students as part of their curriculum for the week. Other artists involved in the week were Gwen Hughes, Mike Hinton, Lefty Williams, Caroline Aiken, Charlie Wooton and Rafael Pereira. You can read more about the week in this article.

Check out the students saying a quick hello to everyone!

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