August 20, 2008
APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE FOR
MUSIC CENTER SPOTLIGHT AWARDS PROGRAM
LOS ANGELES —The Music Center of Los Angeles County invites
The Music Center Spotlight Awards program is free and open to all students who attend high school in
The Music Center Spotlight Awards program has launched numerous professional careers—fourteen finalists are Presidential Scholars and many have joined or performed with professional companies including the Metropolitan Opera, Alvin Ailey American
High school students audition in the Performing Arts categories of ballet, non-classical dance, classical voice, non-classical voice, classical instrumental, and jazz instrumental before professional judges who then select 15 semifinalists. All semifinalists attend master classes and audition to become one of two finalists in each art form. The 12 performance finalists—two from each category—will compete at the 21st Annual Music Center Spotlight Awards on Saturday,
The Visual Arts categories are photography (black/white, color and digital) and two-dimensional design (works of art with height and width but no depth, using drawing, painting, computer generated or mixed media). All visual arts participates will be invited to attend master classes and museum
Frederic M. Roberts is founding chairman of the Music Center Spotlight Awards; Thomas Weinberger is chairman and Walter Grauman is creator/executive producer. The program is a project of the Fraternity of Friends, a volunteer membership organization of men who support the
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