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2016 Upper Darby Foundation Ball “A Sweet Night Out”

In an on going mission to support the arts and education, the Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation hosted the 2nd Annual “A Sweet Night Out” Ball at Drexelbrook in Drexel Hill, PA on February 13th. With a cocoa-infused dinner buffet, alcohol infused drinks (at your own peril!) and funky music by Philly’s Chico Vibe, […]

Drum Session With Chuck Treece & David Ivory

Chuck Treece was invited to our studio to record drums and percussion for my upcoming EP. The session ran from April 21st through the 23rd. To assist in the recording, I also invited David Ivory, Grammy nominated recording engineer, and, although not present but certainly integral to the success of this session, Chris Gately, a well-respected technical engineer, […]

Mind Your Ears! (Infographic)

Many of us go about life enjoying the symphony of sounds from birds singing in the trees to your favorite band rockin’ out at a local music venue. These as well as other sounds give us great pleasure. But extensive exposure to sounds that might not seem very loud may in fact result in long term […]

Musicopia Gives Kids The Skills They Need For A Successful Life

It All Began with One Musical Child Some 40 years ago Denise Kinney was a public school student who was deeply involved in the school’s music program. She loved learning to play an instrument. She enjoyed the camaraderie of playing in the school orchestra. She had a feeling of accomplishment that motivated her, helped her […]

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