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Dive Into Discovery:

Exploring Water Protection Through Art

Hosted by P.A.T.C.H – Providers and Teens Communicating for Health
Date: Friday, May 24
Time: 5pm-7pm
Location: 2nd Floor, MYArts
Free Event, All Ages Welcome
Join us for a free evening of education, art creation, and conversation about the issues impacting Madison’s water.  There will be a short presentation from youth advocates about ongoing efforts to improve Madison’s water, as well as time to create art inspired by prompts on how our water quality is connected to racial and gender equity. There will be snacks and time for conversation and connection!
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Melisma Vocal Studios: Spring Recital

Date: Thursday May 30
Time: 6:30 – 7:30pm
Location: Studio 4D, 4th floor, MYArts
Free event, no registration required

Students of Melisma Vocal Studio will share their talent and hard work from the past year.

Melissa Richardson, owner of Melisma Vocal Studios,  is a private vocal, conducting, and music theory teacher based in Madison.

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Salon Piano Series: Elizabeth Vaughn

Date: Friday June 7th
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Location: Studio 4D, 4th floor, MYArts
Free event, no registration required

Salon Piano Series is thrilled to bring the artistry of our 2024 house concert performers to MYArts (Madison Youth Arts Center) through a series of free concerts for youth audiences. Performance will last 50 minutes, followed by a question and answer session with the artist.

Elizabeth Vaughan is a current DMA student in piano performance and pedagogy. She received her master’s degree in piano performance from University of Tennessee-Knoxville, master’s in viola performance from Roosevelt University, and bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Lawrence University.

She has performed as a solo pianist with the UT-Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and Lawrence University Symphony Orchestra. Elizabeth Vaughan has performed both with UW-Madison’s Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble as the winner of both of their ensembles’ concerto competitions.