Partnership with Jeremy Hays -- Classes in Acting and Song
Thursday, January 14, 2021 by Rachel Yarborough | Uncategorized
Jeremy Hays joins Music Institute at Carrollton Square
actor, singer, writer, producer
The team at Music Institute at Carrollton Square is excited to announce the arrival of Jeremy Hays to our studio space starting this month! Jeremy comes to us with an extensive background in acting, singing, producing, and writing on Broadway and in television. And we are honored to have him join us on The Square -- in our very own backyard! Please take a moment to read his full bio at the end of this announcement.
Jeremy Hays at Music Institute at Carrollton Square
Scene Study (in-person or virtual) and
Song Study (in-person only)
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays (before 2:00 pm)
Music Institute at Carrollton Square
1201 S. Broadway Suite 100
All enrollment and class scheduling will go directly through Jeremy Landon Hays Official Website. The Music Institute will not be handling any payments or scheduling for Jeremy’s studio.
Please link here to view details of programs of study.
JEREMY LANDON HAYS is an actor, singer, writer, and producer. His television appearances include a recurring role on "The Oath" (Sony Crackle), “Bull” (CBS), “FBI” (CBS), "Broad City" (Comedy Central), "The Blacklist" (NBC) "Turn: Washington Spies" (AMC) and the soon to be released Scott Rudin film Compliance for FX starring Mary Louise Parker. Jeremy is also set to appear in a new independent film Sometime Other Than Now starring Kate Walsh, Donal Logue, and Amy Hargreaves. Jeremy recently played the role of Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He made his Broadway debut in the first revival of Les Misérables and went on to originate the role of Enjolras for the 25th Anniversary production at Paper Mill Playhouse and the subsequent national tour. He performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia Festival as a soloist in Play It Again, Marvin a musical review of the music of Marvin Hamlisch. He toured the U.S. as Rum Tum Tugger in Cats. Regionally he has starred in productions of Into the Woods, Hair, Camelot, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Oklahoma! and West Side Story. Jeremy is proud to have represented Les Misérables on "The 85th Annual Academy Awards" hosted by Seth MacFarlane as well as NBC's "America's Got Talent."
Jeremy is producing a new Broadway play Paulette by novelist, Mary Adkins (When You Read This). The play is currently in development in New York City.
Jeremy has penned the book to Everything in the Dim Light, a new Broadway musical currently in development with music and lyrics by The Bones, adapted from the Thomas Hardy novel Far from the Madding Crowd.
Jeremy has also written two television pilots. Buried Deep is a modern western drama series set in rural Oklahoma. Take the Black is a comedic, mockumentary series about a down-on-their-luck band of cater waiters who have been recruited by the CIA.
Jeremy also founded the non-profit, non-partisan organization Broadway Votes which promotes voter registration and political involvement in the Broadway community. @jlandonhays
Recital Video Recording Guidelines and Instructions
Saturday, December 5, 2020 by Rachel Yarborough | Uncategorized
The recital is only a week away! I can hardly believe it!! Remind your students to keep practicing consistently -- every day if possible -- to get their piece into tip top shape. I also am constantly reminding my own kids to make sure they are practicing the details according to the assignment sheet that their teacher has given them. This is so important because those details are usually the prioritized goals for putting the finishing touches on a performance.
Please read this email carefully. Since this recital is going to be all virtual there are a number of details that you'll want to know in order to get videos submitted smoothly.
Rehearsals: at home OR in studio DEC 8 and Dec 10
In a normal covid free world, we would have held a dress rehearsal at our recital venue the day prior to the recital. But since we're not having an in person recital, the dress rehearsal simply will entail the process of recording a performance video. That "dress rehearsal" video will be used for the recital. You will choose one of two two options for recording the video and submitting it.
1) Record your video at home following the guidelines provided below. Submit the video via the link provided no later than Thursday Dec. 9. I will be sending a google form that will allow video uploads on Monday of next week. The form will allow you to submit your student's performance video.
2) Signup for a 15 minute slot at the Music Institute via Signup Genius. In this time you will be able to record again and again until you are happy with your recording. The recording will then be submitted for the recital performance. The studio slots will be open on Wednesday from 5:00-7:00 pm or Friday from 4:00-6:00 pm. Please follow this link to sign up for a time: Rehearsal Video session
Important: If you record in studio, please dress in appropriate recital dress for your session! Follow the recital recording guidelines as listed below.
If you do not sign up to record in the studio, then please make sure your video is turned in by THURSDAY, DEC 9! We must have all videos in on time in order to have them ordered and processed for the Zoom recital. I also would recommend that students not record their performance video before their final partner lesson next week. Have the partner lesson first just in case the teacher has any last minute feedback or advice for the final performance.
RECITAL VIDEO GUIDELINES
- Please dress in recital appropriate clothing when you record your video "Sunday Best"
- Position the recording device as demonstrated in attached video example:
- distanced from piano to include full length view of student and piano
- space for student to take a bow before and after they perform
- side profile to replicate an actual recital performance as much as possible
**please note that video demonstrations here do not reflect appropriate recital dress
Recital Recording Demo videos:
RECITAL DAY DEC 12, 10:30 - 11:00 - 11:30 am
Students will be assigned to one of the three recital times above. Please make sure you know when your student is performing. This specific recital time will be shared later today. Each recital time will have a Zoom link that you can share with friends and family. We will also provide PDF programs of the recital so that you can follow along and know who is playing through the recital.
Questions?? Please don't hesitate to ask. I know there are a lot of details.
Summer Camp at the Institute
Tuesday, February 25, 2020 by Rachel Yarborough | Uncategorized
We are EXCITED to offer a camp for our students -- or anyone who wants to join us this summer. Please view our webpage: HERE to register. Please note that registration closes May 1, but the sooner you register the better! This will give us ample time to prepare knowing how many kids to expect. We hope to see you there. Please contact Rachel@micsquare.com with any questions!
MUSIC CAMP: $200 per week (Session I and Review Week: $150 per week)
Music camp welcomes all students -- from beginners through experienced young musicians -- ages 5 through 12. Ages 13 and up: be a JUNIOR HELPER!
Each week students will explore the fundamentals of music, learn and study the instrument of their choice. Engaged, group based activities will encourage students to explore and gain the FUNdamentals of music in a fun, engaging and age appropriate way. We'll even paint the piano on the porch! Don't miss the fun!!!
JUNIOR helpers: ages 13 and up! Do you already have experience learning an instrument? Can you share it with others? We need your help, and the younger kids love to hang out with older kids. Be a Junior helper!
Chill OUT! Afternoon Add-on ($50 per camper, bring your sack lunch):
12:00 - 2:30 Lunch, popsicles (or other cool treat), board games and movies