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A Celebration of
emerging artists Saturday, September 22, 2012 Woodhall School, Bethlehem
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A Celebration of Emerging Artists ASAP is pleased to welcome you to the inaugural Celebration of Emerging Artists at the Abigail J. Woodhall Performing Arts Center at the Woodhall School. Gifted visual artists, musicians, writers, and dancers will be featured in this evening’s remarkable exhibit and performance. These eighteen young adults, selected from across northwestern Connecticut to receive scholarships through ASAP’s 2012 Summer Grant Program, spent the summer refining their talents at prominent arts institutions across the world such as the Rhode Island School of Design; New York University’s Classical Voice Summer Intensive; The Alasdair Fraser Fiddle Program at the Gaelic College, Ile of Skye, Scotland; the Maryland Institute College of Art’s Summer Pre-College Program in Tuscany, Italy; and the Boston Ballet. The Summer Grant Program, founded by Bill Risley in 2005, gives high school students the opportunity to participate in summer educational arts programs and to accept internships in their fields of interest. Over the past eight years, seventy local students have received more than $166,000 in summer grant scholarships. The scholarships are funded with special grants from the Lilac Foundation, as well as gifts from individuals. ASAP gratefully acknowledges the generosity of our sponsors; the Woodhall School and Matthew Woodhall; Lucia and Emily Alworth, and all those who helped make this event possible. A special thank you to piano accompanist Mark Corbett.
Emerging Artists of 2012 Program Art Show Visual Artists Ian Bowman Emily Giarrano Grace Giordano Christina Jenkins
Evelyn Rinaldi Erik Saalmuller Madeline Stenson Karlin Wong
Performance What Do I Need With Love from Thoroughly Modern Millie, song by Jeanine Tesori Performed by Bailey Cummings, accompanied by Mark Corbett (Up A) Lazy River by Hoagy Carmichael, arrangement by Robert H. Eichlin Performed by Tom Barkal and Andre Cardenas with Deborah Cardenas Transformation (2012); Judging Eyes (2012) Written and performed by Emily Deanne The Spell, composed by Gordon Jacob Performed by Tom Barkal Silent Noon, music by Ralph Vaughan Williams, words by Dante Gabriel Rossetti Performed by Olivia Conforti, accompanied by Mark Corbett Variation from Paquita (video), choreography by Marius Petipa and Pierre-Frédéric Malevergne, music by Ludwig Minkus Performed by Mikayla Sapack Monologue from Because of Beth, written by Elana Gartner; On My Own from Les Misérables, written by Alain Boublil, music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer Performed by Danielle Orlando, accompanied by Mark Corbett Between by Alasdair Fraser; On the Wings of the Skerry - traditional song; Ingonish Jig - traditional song; The Mam by Sarah Naylor; Sabhal Mor Ostaig 2012 Performed by Sebastian Taylor Monologue from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare; Let There Be Light, music by Justice Performed by James Pavlick Drum Solo Written and performed by Mike Yedowitz
Biographies of the 2012
Summer Grant Program Recipients Tom Barkal, performing artist, attended the Julius Baker Flute Master Class at Western Connecticut State University. Tom knew he wanted to play the flute in pre-school but had to wait until fourth grade to show off his talent. He has made the State Regional Music Festival for the last five years and the last two years he participated in the New England Music Festival in Burlington Vermont. He is currently a senior at New Milford High School and plans to major in flute and piccolo in college. Ian Bowman, visual artist, attended the Boston University Summer Challenge. Since early childhood, Ian has spent countless hours drawing and painting. Since his sophomore year, Ian has been enrolled in AP art classes under the guidance of Michael Rivera. In both his sophomore and junior years, Ian was asked to create a pen and ink drawing for the Washington Citizen’s Scholarship Foundation’s annual, collectible card. His involvement with ASAP began while in kindergarten and has continued to this day. After graduating from high school, Ian plans to study art in college, and perhaps become a teacher. He is currently a senior at Shepaug Valley High School and has benefitted from several dedicated teachers, including Peter Frisbie and Patricia Keegan. Andre Cardenas, performing artist, attended the Litchfield Jazz Camp. Andre is an upright and electric bass player who began playing the upright bass in fifth grade and was the first acoustic bass player his intermediate school. By sixth grade, he had begun the electric bass and also joined the school jazz band. Andre is a sophomore at the Kent School and played in a small jazz combo at Litchfield Jazz Camp this summer. Olivia Conforti, performing artist, attended the NYU Steinhardt Classical Voice Intensive. Olivia knew she was destined for the stage ever since she first heard Italian opera at the age of two – an aria being performed at an Italian Feast where she got up and danced for the audience all on her own. She has been singing with the Southern CT Regional Choir since eighth grade. In January she won third place in the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition. Olivia is a senior at the Waterbury Arts Magnet School. Bailey Cummings, performing artist, attended The Center for Creative Youth Musical Theatre Program at Wesleyan University. Bailey played Inspector Gadget at age four and was James Bond at age six. By fourth grade he landed a part in the local community production of Guys and Dolls and has been performing on stage ever since. Bailey is a junior at the Waterbury Arts Magnet School. Emily Deanne, literary artist, attended the Alfred University Creative Writing Camp. Emily has always adored the world of literature and she cannot recall a time when she wasn’t currently reading multiple novels. At the Pre-college
program she attended this summer, her love of poetry was revitalized. Emily is a senior at Shepaug Valley High School. Emily Giarrano, visual artist, attended the Rhode Island School of Design’s Pre-college Program. She has been pursuing art since a very young age and hopes to turn it into a career. Her medium includes everything from oil paints to shrinky-dinks. Her work has been featured and sold in various galleries. Emily is a senior at Shepaug Valley High School. Grace Giordano, visual artist, attended the Montserrat College of Art’s PreCollege Program. Grace has enjoyed a love of the arts from a young age and can most often be found in her school’s art room. In her free time, Grace enjoys drawing, reading, and learning in general, and is always looking for ways to improve her own artistic skills and help others do the same. She deeply hopes to be able to pursue art within whatever career field she chooses after graduating high school. Grace is a junior at Nonnewaug High School. Christina Jenkins, visual artist, attended the New Hampshire Institute of Art Pre-College Summer Program. During her freshman year art class, she was recognized by her art teachers, Marsha Doran and Kim Tester, for the talent and eagerness she brought to the class and her artwork. During the spring semester of her freshman year, her still-life piece won her an award for excellence in drawing, and she was one of two freshmen who had their pieces displayed in the spring art show. During her sophomore year, Christina took a ceramics class and earned another excellence award. Christina is a junior at Canterbury School. Danielle Orlando, performing artist, attended The Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University. Danielle landed her first dramatic part in Annie in preschool, but it was not until seventh grade that she realized that she could sing. She joined the school chorus and loved being in front of an audience. Danielle is a junior at the Waterbury Arts Magnet School. James Pavlick, performing artist, attended the NYU Pre-College Summer Theatre Residency Program, Looking for Shakespeare. James did not realize that many of his hobbies - from dancing and magic to poetry and singing - were related to the performing arts until very recently. James is a strong academic student and is currently the class president of the student council at Litchfield High School. In addition to many school activities, he holds the rank of Life Scout and is working towards his Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Evelyn Rinaldi, visual artist, attended The Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University. As an idealist, Evelyn has always had an eye for the beauty in daily life. After experimenting with many aspects of the performing and visual arts, she has found that photography is the best outlet of her vision and opinion of the world around her. Three years ago, Evelyn picked up a camera and began researching the technical basics of manual photography. Evelyn is a youth advocate for the nonprofit organization Acts4 Ministry Inc. and also
spends her time coordinating fundraisers. Evelyn is a senior at Naugatuck High School. Erik Saalmuller, visual artist, attended the Maryland Institute College of Art’s (MICA) Tuscany Program. In the beginning of his high school career, he hesitantly signed up for Leeza Desjardins’ art class, unsure about the role art and his teacher would play in his life. To his amazement, the class opened his eyes to a world of endless possibilities. He received a Scholastics Gold Key for his monochromatic painting, and is currently the Parliamentarian of National Art Honor Society (NAHS). He hopes to apply his MICA Tuscany Program experience to possible future careers that involve the interactions between nature and man-made structures, such as naval engineering or architecture. Erik is a senior at Nonnewaug High School. Mikayla Sapack, performing artist, attended the Boston Ballet’s (BB) Summer Intensive, as well as Exploring Ballet with Suzanne Farrell. Mikayla auditioned and was accepted with a partial scholarship to BB’s Pre-professional Program at Level 4, which is the highest level prior to becoming a trainee. While at BB, Mikayla will be dancing 6 days per week. She will finish her senior year academic studies through an online program while living in Boston. On Saturday, September 22, Mikayla will audition for BB’s Nutcracker, which is performed at the Boston Opera House. Madeline Stenson, visual artist, attended the YPI Summer Camp for the Creative Arts. She is currently taking an AP Studio Art course at Torrington High School, where she is currently a senior. She has been involved in the arts, both visual and performing, for as long as she can remember. Since her first high school art class, she knew that a career in teaching art would be in her future. During her sophomore year, she received the 10th Grade Art Award for her school and last year, she received the 11th Grade Art Award, as well as the RIT Innovation and Creativity Award. She is thankful for all of the support and encouragement from her art teachers, Mr. Leger and Mrs. Jerram, and from her parents. Sebastian Taylor, performing artist, attended The Alasdair Fraser Fiddle Camp at the Gaelic College, in Isle of Skye and Lendrick Muir Orchestral Camp in Edinburgh, Scotland. At age ten, Sebastian played violin with the Waterbury Symphony in the ASAP Side-by-Side program. He was introduced to the fiddle while spending summers visiting his grandparents in Scotland. This past summer he was the youngest fiddler at the camp, in fact, most of the students were adults who passed down the tradition of playing with their families Sebastian is a sophomore at Shepaug Valley High School. Karlin Wong, visual artist, attended the Parsons Pre-College Academy at Parsons: The New School for Design. Karlin is a student at Choate Rosemary Hall where, in her freshman year, she was admitted into their selective Arts Concentration program. She is a visual artist with an edge for abstractions, though identifies observational training as an essential skill for all artists. In
addition to working in the art studio, Karlin is a staff reporter for The News, Choate’s official newspaper, a masthead member of Choate’s literary magazine, The Lit, and one of two Editors-in-Chief of Beyond Choate, a periodical of current affairs. She is also the Vice President of Choate’s Art Club. Mike Yedowitz, performing artist, attended the Drummers Collective Five-Day Intensive Study in New York City. He was the only high school student in his program, which was composed primarily of post-college musicians. Mike got his First Act drum set from his father (also a drummer) when he was four. In fourth grade he joined the school band and by eighth grade he won his first award for instrumental music. Mike will soon be trying out for the All-State Competition. He is a junior at Shepaug Valley High School.
Mission and History The After School Arts Program (ASAP) provides opportunities for children to create, collaborate, and express themselves through exposure to and participation in the arts under the guidance of arts professionals. Founded in April 1999, ASAPâ€™s original goal was to engage local middle school children from Region 12 in arts programs otherwise unavailable to them. ASAP held its first eight workshops in music, dance, and art with 72 students. With success and increased demand for programs, ASAP expanded its geographic reach and extended the range of the children it serves. Reconstructed as a nonprofit organization in 2004, it has produced hundreds of workshops and events, touching the lives of more than 47,000 children and adults from 86 towns across Connecticut. In addition to ASAPâ€™s general workshops, we established the Inter-district Project (IDP) in 2005. The IDP was created as a way to bring kids together from diverse backgrounds to explore the arts through collaborative projects. Over the years, children from urban and rural areas of CT have collaborated in a variety of projects to create unique poetry, photography, murals, dance, music, and theatre. In the 2011-2012 school year, ASAP provided over $50,000 in financial aid and scholarships; we never turn any child away. Because tuition fees for most ASAP courses are significantly less than actual program costs, and because financial aid is given to any child who needs it in order to participate, ASAP depends heavily on fundraising events as well as support from foundations and individual donors in response to its annual appeals and in the form of special gifts. It also receives continuing financial support from Region 12, which enables Region 12 students to attend programs at significantly reduced rates. Without such help, ASAP could not mount its present programs.
ASAP is funded in part by Union Savings Bank; the Diebold Foundation; A gift of the Jean and Julien Levy Foundation for the Arts, Inc.; Regional School District #12, The Connecticut Community Foundation; Gould Family Foundation; The Lilac Foundation. Support also comes from The Connecticut Office of the Arts; Bank of America Foundation; Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation; Community Table Foundation; Neary Family Charitable Fund; Shred-it; the towns of Bridgewater, Roxbury, and Washington; US Trust; the Ellen Knowles Harcourt Foundation; The Watts Fund; the Community Foundation of NWCT; Holmes Foundation; Webster Bank; The Rene Bloch Foundation; The Benedict Silverman Foundation; The Big Wood Foundation; Dungannon Foundation; Eagle Electric Service LLC; Klemm Real Estate, Inc.; The James E. and Faye L. Preston Fund; Free Enterprise, LLC; Manolo Blahnik USA, Ltd.; Newpol Foundation; Copes Rubbish Removal; Winfield Foundation; The Armstrong - Nickoll Family Foundation; Privet House, and many generous individuals.
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