Series: Mondays running october 23 - november 6, 2023
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 20
Electronic Music with MacPhail Center for Music
MacPhail believes music is for everyone and everyone has a song waiting to come out. Their goal is to support you in finding and letting out the music within you.
In partnership with Ekwe, an amazing new music creation app, we are offering an online class where you will learn about composing and creating your own music. Ekwe is a mobile-based music platform that brings a new level of ease to digital music creation. Ekwe gives the user access to 150 musical instruments from around the world, learning about each instrument’s history as you explore, and the ability to add your own sounds.
Ekwe is donating the license to the app, so you can use it for free, for as long as you would like. You will gain access to the app a couple of weeks prior to the first class. To learn more about the app, click here.
This class is for any person living with ALS regardless of writing experience and physical abilities. Liz will be present to support any accommodations needed while you learn and develop your writing skills. The ALS Association can provide additional devices needed to engage in the online class. If hands-on assistance is needed, we invite you to have a caregiver present to assist you.
Instructor Bio: Tommy Boynton is a faculty member from MacPhail’s Electronic Music and Recording Arts program (EMRA). Tommy has many years of experience as a singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and teacher.
Please only register one spot for the person attending who has ALS.
Contact Liz Stanley, ALSA Arts Program Manager at [email protected]