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TEACHING Congratulations to all of our private lessons students who were eligible to audition for all-state ensembles for 2020-2021. You are objectively among a select group of the best musicians of your generation. And to make an honors ensemble roster in any context is a tremendous achievement. Again, we hope you enjoyed the opportunity and learned from the process. Onward. Upward. Keep up the great work. Way to go!
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CURATED ARC STUDENT JAZZ JAM SESSIONS SPONSORED BY FRONTIER COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION RESUME IN JUNE 2021
KANSAS TOURING ROSTER (MIDAMERICA ARTS ALLIANCE)
Artist fees are set by the artist or artist’s management, who also negotiates the booking. Artists must have a history of touring and maintain a reasonable fee range. Roster artists are required to perform outside their community regularly.
Visiting Artist Grants
Communities and organizations can apply for KCAIC funding to engage and deepen the impact of arts programming on local and under-served audiences through exposure to and interaction with professional visiting artists.
The total project cost must be at least twice the amount of the grant request. The maximum grant amount is $8,500.
There is a 1:1 match requirement for this program. The matching funds must consist of at least 50% cash expense provided by the applicant; in-kind, non-monetary donations and volunteer hours may be counted up to 50% of the required match.
Eligible projects must:
1. Feature a visiting artist fromoutside the host community in at least one exhibition or performance that is open to the public
2. Include at least one complementary activity that builds greater apprecation for the featured artist or art form (i.e. lectures, demonstrations, workshops, etc.)
3. Engage underserved audiences who lack access to the arts due to geography, economic conditions, ethnic background, disability or age
Applications for Visiting Artist Grants are accepted year round, but must be received at least 30 days prior to the planned event.
“An imaginative arrangement breathes new life into “Corcovado.” Stan Kessler’s shimmering trumpet solo elevates “Dolphin Dance.” “Freedom Flight,” a sprightly original Burnett composition, features a sterling guitar solo from Charles Gatschet. Burnett soars throughout.”— PlasticSax.com
NEW 2021 ALBUM RELEASE: ARC Recording Artist Christopher Burnett donates his new album of American Jazz Standards to the Jazz Nonprofit Organization Burnett Music Foundation as a Gift to its Patreon Member Constituents. This entire album is a free gift for our members only and will not be released commercially.
COMMERCIAL DISCOGRAPHY: Find all of our commercial recordings worldwide along with the only single from the new standards album (titled “Freedom Flight“) at all of the major music retailers and streaming services.
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VISIT OUR WEBSITES
BurnettMusicFoundation.org – We are a Tax Exempt Organization under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c) (3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to us under IRC Section 170. We’re also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522. Burnett Music Foundation programs include the Artists Recording Collective recording label, the annual Bird Boot Camp, the digital Jazz Artistry Now arts magazine, and the Kansas City Area Youth Jazz young artists program.
TerriBurnettFlute.com – Terri Anderson Burnett is a lifelong musician who began her professional career serving as a flute and piccolo player with the Army music program and continues performing in various contexts, studio recording, and teaching music privately. Ms. Burnett is the Chief, Financial Officer and also co-directs the Burnett Music Foundation, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization whose programs include the Artists Recording Collective, Bird Boot Camp, Jazz Artistry Now, and Kansas City Area Youth Jazz.
BurnettFamilyUS.org – This is the link to our family website and “Musings Blog.” Check it out to learn more about us. Our line of the Burnett Family was established in 1979. We met while living in Europe as adults. Both of us are professional musicians. We dated a couple of years and got married overseas while both of us were still working with the Army band in Germany. Our immediate family is made up of our adult children and grandchildren. Our extended family includes many very talented people – our siblings and all relatives of many surnames whom we each grew up with while living the first couple of decades of our lives in our parents’ homes. We love all of them very much.
BurnettPublishing.com – Christopher Burnett is a critically acclaimed alto saxophonist, educator, arts industry business leader, and composer who began his professional career with military jazz bands “going pro” directly upon graduating high school at 18 years old. Over the course of his career, Mr. Burnett has performed professionally around the world, recorded noteworthy albums as a leader, and taught at the college-level. Mr. Burnett is the Chief, Executive Officer and also co-directs the Burnett Music Foundation, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization whose programs include the Artists Recording Collective, Bird Boot Camp, Jazz Artistry Now, and Kansas City Area Youth Jazz.
BurnettSchool.net is a culmination of decades of practice and research and performance experiences playing our instruments, composing and arranging music, and teaching students. Featuring effective applied music lesson programs and progressive courses.
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FAMILY ARTISTS ARCHIVES
These two websites are maintained for family historical and general public informational purposes. Visit the links provided: (1) RICHIEPRATT.NET is the archived portfolio of our brother, Drummer Richie Pratt. and, (2) SINTHA.NET – is the archived portfolio of our mother, Artist Sintha Anderson.
Bird Boot Camp will be held at The Folly Theater this year on Saturday, August 21. KC area photography used in our websites is by our good friend, Duane Hallock.