Proud Read Aloud: Stonewall: Our March Continues

Join Teaching Artist Darius to read Stonewall: Our March Continues and discuss how to create a community that’s safe for everyone!
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Proud Read Alouds 

Creative Clubhouse Stories is celebrating Pride Month! Join us throughout the month for our Proud Read Aloud series, featuring guest teaching artists from the LGBTQ+ community!

Read Stonewall: Our March Continues with Darius

 

A Creative Clubhouse Stories Special Event!

Join Caitlyn for a special PRIDE themed Creative Clubhouse Stories class. We will explore the story Mama, Mommy, and Me in the Middle through theatre games, movement, and music!
 
Wednesday, June 29th at 12pm
Live on Zoom
Free Admission | Best for ages 3-8 | 45 Minutes
 
 

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darius elmore

About Darius

Darius Elmore (he/him) is a classically trained countertenor and a recent graduate of Ithaca Collegewhere he received his Bachelor of Music under the tutelage of Dann Coakwell. Pioneering himself as a 21st-century storyteller, he is equally at home on the operatic and concert stage, presenting works from the classical canon, golden age period, contemporary, and commissioned compositions. He has participated as a semi-finalist in the George Shirley Vocal Competition. He has also been invited to sing in residence with composer, Libby Larsen, at Ithaca College, as well as, sing in masterclasses for artists, such as Darryl Taylor (University of Irvine), Timothy Long(Eastman Opera Theatre), and Opera Noire (New York City). Darius’ work has been celebrated by Former President Barack Obama and The First Family, as well as, Barry Manilow, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Denyce Graves, under the direction of The Duke Ellington Show Choir. He has commissioned pieces by composer and gospel artist Aaron Crouch, as well as debuting Craig Johnson’s ConsideringMatthew Shephard under the direction of Ithaca College’s Choir and Dr. Janet Galvan. In the Fall of 2022, Darius will be attending the illustriousEastman School of Music, University of Rochesterto pursue a Master of Music in Vocal Performance & Literature.

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