Event by Living Jazz   Online 

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 6 PM PDT – 9 PM PDT 
Price: Free · Duration: 3 hr     Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook 

6 Weeks of Creativity, Connection, and Engagement 
April 20 - May 25, 2021 

RESILIENCE MENTORS 
Samara Atkins • Nicolas Bearde • Christelle Durandy 
Amikaeyla Gaston • Allison Miller • Kate McGarry • Julie Wolf 

It’s time for us to come together and regain our vitality and inspiration. 

The Living Jazz Resilience Project is a
new 6-week initiative designed to help you: 

Reconnect with Community 

Reinvigorate Creativity and Health 

Ignite Motivation, Inspiration, and Joy 

Be part of a weekly community focused on the cornerstones of creativity, health, and resilience. You will engage with one another around creative projects, music, reading, writing, exercise, cooking, personal expression, exploration, and more. Participants will be organized into 6-member teams paired with a well-known artist who is ready to share their personal and creative process while providing guidance as we all regain inspiration, health, and vitality together. You will be meeting with the same team mentor and members for the full 6 weeks. 

Living Jazz Resilience is open to anyone 18 years and up looking to recapture or invigorate their creativity and health and to find a community of supportive peers. No previous creative experience required. 

LIVING JAZZ RESILIENCE MEETINGS 
APRIL 20 - MAY 25, 2021 
TUESDAYS- 6-7:30PM PST 
15 Minutes: All participants come together on Zoom for a weekly welcome led by Stacey Hoffman and Allison Miller. Each week, before moving into breakout rooms, one of our renowned artists will lead the full group in a creative experience. 

70 Minutes: 6-member teams move into breakout rooms, led by their personal mentor. Members will begin with personal check-ins, receive and discuss progress on assigned creative projects, share personal playlists, talk about reading or writing assignments, and be provided with optional weekly activities such as exercise, recipes and cooking, yoga, meditation, and more. Each cohort member will be assigned a buddy to work on projects together. 

Team members will have the chance to communicate during the week to stay accountable, share progress and ideas, and provide encouragement and support to fellow members. 

5 Minutes: All teams will return to the full group for closing remarks. 

Tentative: Depending on where team members live, there might also be the option of meeting outdoors in person during the 6-week period for outdoor activities. All team members will be encouraged to keep meeting on their own after the 6-week period. 

6-Week Program Fee: $300 
Limited Scholarships Available 

Please Note: Limited scholarships available, if you'd like to inquire about financial assistance please email Stacey Hoffman at stacey@livingjazz.org. 

Cancellation Policy Tuition includes $50 non refundable enrollment fee. 50% refund if cancellation is made between Tuesday, April 20, 2021 and Friday, April 23, 2021. No refunds for “no-shows” or cancellations made after April 24, 2021. 

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​There is nothing I love more than teaching and sharing my knowledge of Jazz Music.
Whether you are beginning your journey as a Jazz musician, or just looking to fine tune your craft,
I am here to help you. 

Join me at https://www.jazzvoice.com/katemcgarry  to schedule a private lesson today!

 

​With 8 critically acclaimed CDs and 3 Grammy nominations, vocalist Kate McGarry has become recognized as a jazz artist who brings authenticity and vitality to every song regardless of genre. The Wall St. Journal calls her music, "Austere and elegant, an exceptionally appealing blend of folk and jazz" The New York Times pronounced it, “astute and sensitive".  She has toured and recorded with jazz illuminati such as Fred Hersch, Kurt Elling, Maria Schneider, John Hollenbeck, Billy Childs, Luciana Souza,Theo Bleckmann and Tony Winner Jason Robert Brown. 

During her decade in NYC McGarry served as a Lincoln Center Teaching Artist, a U.S. State Department Jazz Ambassador, and as a Jazz Arts faculty member at The Manhattan School of Music. 2016 Downbeat Critics Poll named McGarry #1 Rising Star Female Vocalist.  She has been featured on NPR's Jazz Set w/DeeDee Bridgwater, Piano Jazz w/Marion McPartland, All Things Considered, and a host of nationally syndicated radio shows.