Friends' Photo Gallery Next theme is "something beautiful around you" Do you have any photos you want to share? New ones and old ones are ok. Please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post on FB 次のテーマは「あなたの近くにあるの美しいもの」です。 新しい物、古いもの、シェアできる写真はありますか？ email@example.com まで、または FBに投稿して下さい。
The theme for November and December is "The best memory of the year." If you have photos that fit into this theme, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or post on FB 11月、12月のテーマは「今年の１番の思い出」です。 お手元の写真をメールで email@example.com まで、 または FBに投稿して下さい。
Thank you for watching our videos of Peace In Concert 2019. About 10K people were checking our videos. Our goal is to spread peace through music and art. We want to make friends from all over the world. If you have any questions, please send emails through "Contact".
Merci d'avoir regardé nos vidéos de performance. Les vidéos ont été accédées de divers pays. Notre objectif est de communiquer avec les gens par la belle musique et de créer la paix ensemble. Ceci c'est un projet de volontariat. Si vous êtes musicien professionnel ou semi-professionnel, nous vous invitons à nous joindre et dans le même temps, vous pouvez discuter avec nous de vos souhaits et de vos expériences. Nous aimerions particulièrement entendre des artistes de différents pays du monde! Translation by Michiko Lemoine
Thank you for watching our performance videos. The videos have been accessed from numerous places of various countries. Our goal is to connect with people through beautiful music and create peace together. This is a volunteer project. If you are a professional or semi-professional musician and would like to join and participate in this project, please contact us. We would especially like to hear from performers and artists of different states in the U.S. as well as from different countries all over the globe!
We had a wonderful event. Many Thanks to: Beth Haynes, Ph.D for her dedication to this project. We learned much information. She selflessly shared her knowledge with the audience. All musicians for your time and talent. Their thoughts and their music that touched the audience: Conejo Flute Society-Toby Caplan-Stonefield, Brett Tarnet, Phyllis Newman, Abigail Mohr, Barbara Watts-Robinson, Lauri Markson, Deborah Thompson, Sue Anderson Tyler Kim, Kyung Lee, Susan Mastrolonardo, Ornela Ervin, Chloe Brill, Leo Kim, Dana Rause, Tomiko Hamada Taylor Volunteer staff, Taku Hamada and James Taylor who worked hard behind the scenes from the beginning to the end. Ann Lofquist, She allowed us to use an image of her painting. Hillcrest Center for the Arts and Music Teachers' Association-Conejo Branch for your support. And the audience who donated to VCCF.
Thank you so much from the bottom of our heart-- Peace In Concert
The performers are teachers and students from the Local Music Teachers Association and our members. We will play music following what our emotions might go through after the tragic invents. We invite Beth Haynes, PhD and learn what we can do for ourselves and for our children. We will talk about the role of music too. We will accept donations and donate to the Ventura County Community Foundation.
Beth Haynes, Ph.D.
I am a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Thousand Oaks, CA since 1997. I facilitate a weekly support group for Pregnancy and Infancy Loss sponsored by Hospice of the Conejo. Treating parents who have had a child die is a major specialty, which requires a great deal of experience and sensitivity. I also facilitated thesupport group for the loved ones of the victims killed on the Metrolink crash in Simi Valley. I treat families and individuals in high conflict custody and divorce battles. Reunification between alienated parents and children is a primary interest. I am certified in EMDR and work frequently with trauma and complicated grief. My research background is in the area of grief related to pregnancy loss, infertility, and child loss. I have completed the training in death and dying provided by Hospice of the Conejo. I hold certificates in Behavioral Medicine and Chemical Dependency. I have completed training in Biofeedback with Terry Oleson, Ph.D. and a didactic training with supervision with Marielle Fuller at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute in her specialized guided imagery techniques. I was the Director of Youth Services at Hospice of the Conejo for 6 years running a weekly support group for grieving children and overseeing the parent and teen groups. I oversaw active Hospice cases, where a child was present. I had a company called AUDIOPSYCH for many years, which was an educational preparation program for psychologists taking the California State Orals Examination in Psychology.
The Conejo Valley Flute Society Directed by Toby Caplan-Stonefield C Flute – Brett Tarnet, Phyllis Newman, Abigail Mohr Alto Flute – Barbara Watts-Robinson, Lauri Markson Bass Flute – Deborah Thompson Contrabass Flute – Sue Anderson The Conejo Valley Flute Society composed of Professional Flutists, Semi-Professional, and talented students playing C Flutes, Piccolos, Alto Flutes, Bass Flutes, and the Contrabass Flute are beginning their 17th Season, as they were founded in Jan 2002 by Toby Caplan-Stonefueld. In addition to their regularly scheduled 3 Performances each year, they have been presented at the National Flute Association Convention in Aug 2003, that year in Las Vegas; featured on one of Toby’s CDs “The Spiritual Flute Vol 1” performing “Overture on Hebrew Themes” by Prokofieff, arr. By Ben-Haim; performed at the 10th Anniversary of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and the 40th Birthday of Thousand Oaks Sept ’04 sponsored by the Cabrillo Music Theatres; performed at Fund Raiser Concerts for the Conejo Valley Branch of MTAC. Played for a Wedding in 2012; done recitals at the Southern Calif. Conservatory of Music – where Toby has been on the faculty for over 25 years. done programs at and for some senior retirement homes. and played at Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas for a special program. For information about Private Flute Lessons, to become part of the Flute Choir, or to engage the CVFS in Performance please contact Toby at 805 906 9654, or email at FlutistToby@gmail.com
Tyler Kim was born and raised in Southern California. He is 16 years old and has been playing the piano since the age of 5. He also has played the saxophone for 4 years in middle school and high school wind ensemble. At the moment he is working to attain his level ten Certificate of Merit for piano. He enjoys listening to and playing contemporary pieces because they are very abstract and different from earlier period music. His favorite composers are Kapustin, Ginastera, and Bartok. For him, playing contemporary pieces is a time of relaxation. In his leisure time he likes to edit his own videos using relaxing music. He plays chess at school with his friends. He is eager to pursue a degree in engineering and wants to be a pioneer in building cars.
Susan Mastrolonardo completed her diploma in piano performance with the Royal Schools of Music and graduated summa cum laude with her BS and MBA from Arizona State University. She enjoys teaching piano to students of all ages and levels. Her teaching philosophy embodies a famous quote by J.S. Bach: "The final aim and reason of all music is nothing other than the glorification of God and the refreshment of the spirit." She currently serves as the President of MTAC Conejo Valley Branch.
Ornela Ervin graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Albania. She teaches piano in Thousand Oaks. Ornela is a member of the Sadigursky-Ervin piano duo and the Luminoso quartet. Ornela serves on the board of the MTAC Conejo Valley, Thousand Oaks Philharmonic and the Sara Compinsky masterclass series.
Chloe Brill is a bassoonist and a senior in high school this year. Outside of bassoon, she plays the baritone sax in jazz band and the euphonium in marching band. Some of her favorite pastimes outside of music are playing card games with her friends and modeling. She is hoping to continue music in college by getting a double degree in music and psychology.
Leo Kim is 15 years old, in the ninth grade. Has been playing piano for over half his life. He will be attending level 10 CM piano tests. He enjoys making music electronically with the use of programs. He dreams to be successful in the rap music industry. His favorite period of music to play is contemporary. He plans to join the drum line in his sophomore year of high school. Playing piano helps him learn new things and improves his music making.