Dawn Anthony has served in the Charlotte area for over twenty years as a teaching artist and even longer as a performer. She enjoys utilizing music and history to build bridges to promote unity. By partnering with other creative artists, learning and performing experiences are enhanced. Dawn has produced programming around the Charlotte area highlighting the Harlem Renaissance, Motown, and Journeys in Jazz programs. Dawn earned her degree in music from Queens University of Charlotte, but still pursues her love for learning and teaching through cultural exchanges beyond the classroom.
12236 Taragate Drive, Charlotte, NC 28273
Dawn partners with your school or organization’s choral, theater and speech departments to coach ensembles and/or soloists as they prepare for upcoming shows, choral concerts, performances or auditions. Dawn has coached performers and speakers through vocal workshops to guide them toward experiencing their full potential.
The “Finding Your Voice” workshop/residency is available from September 3rd,2019 through May 29th, 2020.
The Finding Your Voice workshop/residency is available from 9am-2pm.
The tech requirements are based on the programming for the workshop.
The location for the Finding Your Voice workshop or residency could be based on the nature of the project (auditoriums or music class for choral groups or ensembles, etc.)
For programs outside of Mecklenburg County, a $25 travel fee is required per session.
SL.7.5 Select or create audio recordings and visual/tactile displays to emphasize specific points in a presentation.
L.4.3 Use language to achieve desired outcomes when communicating.
a. Use language to express emotion.
CCR Anchor Standard L.6 – Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in developing vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.
Illustrate blending vocal timbres, matching dynamic levels, and responding to the gestures of a conductor while singing in groups.
Understand how music has affected, and is reflected in, the culture, traditions, and history of the United States.
Interpret expressive elements, including dynamics, timbre, blending, accents, attacks, releases, phrasing, and interpretation, while singing and/or playing a varied repertoire of music with technical accuracy.
Understand the relationships between music and concepts from other areas.
Cancel only in extreme emergency. If your school must cancel, please notify us as soon as you know there is a conflict. There is a $125 cancellation fee.