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TRANSIT VOCAL BAND BRINGS ACAPPELLA TO SCHOOLS IN A COOL WAY!
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TRANSIT VOCAL BAND BRINGS ACAPPELLA TO SCHOOLS IN A COOL WAY!

Combining soaring leads, smooth harmonies, and a thumping rhythm section, transit demonstrates the power, versatility, and emotion of the most natural instrument of all, the human voice. Transit performs in schools all over the Triangle, teaching students about the Magic and Evolution of Acappella. Offering two widely popular performances through CAPS, Transit has reduced their … Continue reading

“The Beast” – Durham-based quartet brings hip hop and jazz to schools!
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“The Beast” – Durham-based quartet brings hip hop and jazz to schools!

The Beast is dedicated to education and cultural outreach. Beautifully rebellious and refreshingly original, The Beast is one of the most imaginative bands to emerge from North Carolina’s burgeoning music scene. The Durham-based quartet fearlessly navigates worlds of hip hop and jazz with compelling lyrics, progressive compositions and a gripping live show. The Beast developed … Continue reading

Inspiring Creativity through March ’14 CAPS Programs
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Inspiring Creativity through March ’14 CAPS Programs

On the week of March 9-15, 2014, elementary students were lucky enough to have three amazing artists come to their schools! The week was full of dancing, singing, talking, creating, and learning thanks to these talented individuals. Beverly Botsford was the first stop, presenting her “Dancing Drums” performance at Easley Elementary School. She spared not a second … Continue reading

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Stories Come to Life Literacy Residency-Final Presentations at Neal Middle School

The students’ and Visiting Artists’ hard work at Neal Middle School culminated in wonderful presentations on the final day of the Stories come to Life Literacy Residencies with artists Willa Brigham, John Bemis, and Anita Woodley. Action-packed stories about adventures, car races, robotic arms, and ghosts filled the classroom that John Bemis was teaching in. … Continue reading