Little Mission Studio Blog
Little Mission Chorus: Spring Concert Our Little Mission Chorus performed their Spring Concert on April 11th, 2017 at Little Mission Studio. The theme for this concert centered on justice, from music about making your voice heard or following your dreams, to songs about superheroes bringing justice to the street!
Marimba Magic! Our percussion faculty, Christian F. Howes, recently performed with the Echo Chamber Orchestra on a piece for percussion duo. He and his percussion partner, Alapaki Yee, wowed the audience with their exciting performance of Barbaric Passages, by Joe W. Moore III, which included upside down marimba playing!
Always start with breath. It is easy to forget that the voice is a wind instrument, especially when it comes to singing. Singers are often caught up in the words of a song or carried away by what they would like to convey in their performance. Breath goes completely out the window. Also, proper breathing […]
UnRest: Immigrants & Refugees We recently kicked off our UnRest Musical Resistance and Benefit Concert Series with a concert highlighting the experiences and musical contributions of immigrants and refugees on March 18th, 2017. All the music on our first program encompassed works solely by immigrants and refugees. Our hope was to shine a light on […]
Sunday Streets: The Mission! This Sunday, March 12th 2017, is the first of Sunday Streets in the Mission for the year! (What’s Sunday Streets? Read more info about it here.) Little Mission Studio is excited to be participating again this year and will have a booth set up with lots of fun and free activities for […]