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Help Bexley Music Parents Dream Big

As Bexley Music Parents (BMP) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017, we have a unique opportunity to dream bigger, reach farther and consider more broadly what young musicians in our music programs can achieve because of the $17,025 we received from our participation in the Orthopedic One Spirit Sprint 5K. Bexley Music Parents invites your […]

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Bexley Music Merchandise Sale

Looking for that extra special holiday gift for your music student? New Bexley Music spirit wear is on sale and can be ordered through your student’s music teacher. Newly designed quarter-zip sweatshirts are $33 and pocketed sweatpants are $27. Both are available in adult sizes small through extra-large. All orders must be prepaid with checks […]

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More than $17,000 Raised for Bexley Music Programs

Thank you Bexley for running and walking in support of our music students at the Orthopedic One Spirit Sprint 5K. Bexley took top honors, receiving a $10,000 grand prize for the most participants as well as 100 percent of all our registration fees!

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Middle Schools Build Community Through Music

Over the summer, Amy Blosser, director of Bexley Choirs met with Kelly Winner, choral director for Columbus Public School’s Arts Impact Middle School to discuss how to move forward with their students with so much tension, discord and hate in the nation. That discussion sparked the formation of CommUNITY Sing!, a new event where students […]

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Membership Drive Update

Bexley Music Parents’ fall membership drive continues through Oct. 31. First-time members receive free yard signs for their student(s). Yard signs will be ordered in early November and will distributed before winter break. Online membership registration can be found at bexleymusicparents.org.

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Street Concerts Raise Needed Funds

Bexley High School Street Concerts, Aug. 1-3 were a great “welcome back” to Bexley music education for the 2016-2017 school year. Music students going door-to-door in the community raised more than $12,000 to benefit choir, orchestra and band programs for all grades. A big thank you to music parents for contributing time, resources and dollars […]

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2016 Jazz It Up! Was a Great Success

Jazz It Up!, Bexley Music Parents’ annual fundraiser held on April 30 at Capital University, was a great success, raising much-needed dollars to support Bexley’s K-12 music programs. Guests were treated to performances by Bexley middle and high school jazz musicians and as well as the music of the Dave Powers Trio. Karen and Jim […]

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New Officers Elected

At its May 4 meeting, Bexley Music Parents elected officers for the 2016-17 school year. President: Laura Martin President Elect: Andrea Lourie Vice President: Susan Rhoads Secretary: Shelly Hoffman Sharing the role of treasurer: Rhonda Lasher and Sally Dunn

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Remarks by Elise Skaggs, Distinguished Student Jazz It Up! 2016

Remarks by Elise Skaggs, Distinguished Student Jazz It Up! 2016 Good Evening, I am so honored to be here tonight. It is such a privilege to belong to this community, a community that supports the arts in such an enthusiastic and unending way. I graduated from Bexley seven years ago, but the teachers and my […]

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Orchestra Student wins Symphony Competition

Congratulations to Bexley High School senior Venkatesh Sivaraman, who recently won the Columbus Symphony’s 2016 Concerto Competition. He performed Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Movement 1 with the Symphony at the Young People’s Concert in early April.

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