Outreach Programs


Sidney Phillips Preparatory  Middle-Mobile, AL  Photo by Chris Wilson

Sidney Phillips Preparatory
Middle-Mobile, AL
Photo by Chris Wilson

Since the formation of the BAMA Players resident ensemble in 2004, the Birmingham Art Music Alliance has presented numerous programs in educational institutions, community centers, and remote formal concert venues.  Following are some of the locations where BAMA has presented newly-created music by living Alabama composers.

 

 

 

 

 


Previous Events:

• University of Montevallo Recital Class Convocation – Montevallo, AL (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Shelton State Community College Terrific Tuesday – Tuscaloosa, AL (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Kirkwood by the River – Birmingham (BAMA Players, 2006)
• St. Martin’s in the Pines – Birmingham (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Fairhaven Retirement Community – Birmingham (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Mount Royal Towers – Birmingham (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham, Mid-day Performance – Homewood, AL (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Bevill State Community College, Relay for Life – Sumiton, AL (Craig Hultgren, 2006)
• Children’s Dance Foundation – Homewood, AL (Alabama Modern Collaborations, and Enrichment Class, 2006)
• James Davis Middle School, Bessemer, AL (BAMA Players, 2006)
• Alys Stephens Center Kid’s Club Series – Birmingham (Adam Bowles and Craig Hultgren, 2006)
• Miles College, Noon Convocation – Fairfield, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Daniel Payne Middle School – Birmingham (Thelema Trio, 2005)
• Jackson-Olin High School – Birmingham (Thelema Trio, 2005)
• St. Paul’s Lutheran – Cullman, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Moonlight Music Cafe – Vestavia, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Alabama School of Fine Arts – Master Class (Luna Nova, 2005)
• Duran-South Middle School – Pell City, AL (Young Audiences Project, 2005)
• Birmingham Museum of Art (Kathryn Venable and Kurt Carpenter, 2005)
• Woodrow Wilson Elementary School – Birmingham (Ara Saxophone Quartet, 2005)
• Whatley Elementary School – Birmingham (Ara Saxophone Quartet, 2005)
• American Episcopal Cathedral – Paris, France (Kurt Carpenter, 2005)
• Alabama State University – Montgomery, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Escambia County Middle School – Atmore, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Sidney Phillips Preparatory Middle School – Mobile, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Dunbar Creative Performing Arts Middle School – Mobile, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• University of West Florida (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Blountsville Elementary School (Young Audience Project, 2005)
• Shelton State Community College – Tuscaloosa, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Miles College – Fairfield, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Birmingham-Southern College (Young Audience Project, 2005)
• Alabama School for the Blind – Talladega, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Drew Middle School – Lincoln, AL (BAMA Players, 2005)
• Avondale Elementary School (Bent Indigenous, 2004; Young Audience Project, 2005)
• Epic Elementary School (BAMA Players, 2004; Young Audience Project, 2005)
• University of Arkansas-Little Rock (BAMA Players, 2004)
• Bravo Festival, Highland Park – Birmingham (Kathryn Venable and Kurt Carpenter, 2004)
• St. Paul AME Church, Smithfield (BAMA Players, 2004)
• Martha Gaskins Middle School (Alabama Modern Collaborations, 2004)
• Bevill State Community College – Sumiton, AL (BAMA Players, 2004)
• Pensacola Junior College (BAMA Players, 2004)
• University of South Alabama (BAMA Players, 2004 and 2005)