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AISD Coaches meeting @ CATA sponsored by CTTA
May 25, 2013 11:00- 1:30
Session I: 6/3 - 7/12 Session II: 7/8 - 8/16
Registration starts April 22nd
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Tiny Tots tennis is for 4 - 8 year olds . The Quick Start format for beginners will be used! There must be at least 6 participants for a class to take place. Come join a fun class and introduce your little ones to a great sport!
Day: Saturday'sLocations: Dates: 5/4/13 - 5/25/13 West Austin Athletic Club, 1024 Patterson Rd. Patterson Park, 4200 Brookview Rd. Dick Nichols Park, 8011 Beckett Rd. Northwest Park, 7000 Ardath St. Bailey Park, 1101 W. 33rd St. Times: 9am - 10am 4 - 6 year olds 10am - 11am 7 - 8 year olds 11am - Noon 9 - 10 year olds
Equipment: Your child must wear tennis sneakers with ankle support and laces or velcro straps (no slip ons, Children must wear tennis sneakers with ankle support and laces or velco straps (no slipons, Chuck Taylors, Keds, Vans, etc.) Loaner racquets will be provided to all children who do not have their own racquets (youth size racquets may also be purchased on site for a reasonable price.)
Contact Coach Sarah 512-466-6545 or email@example.com if interested in signing-up.
Austin and Justin are twin brothers who are eight years old, 3rd grade students at Barton Creek Elementary, EANES school district. Justin won 1st place in Duet in elementary level. He beat even the 5th grade. Both Austin and Justin won 2nd place in Solo session (a tie). We are very proud of our kids!
~ Proud Parents
Jocelyn Chambers composed and orchestrated her 2nd full orchestral score at age 15 and was again chosen to have her score Premiered by the Austin Symphony Orchestra. The Texas Young Composers Concert featuring Jocelyn and nine composers age 18 and under, was held at the Long Center for the Performing Arts on April 3, 2013.
Jocelyn radiates the focused, intense energy you’d expect from the teen so talented to compose the lush ‘My Heart’ premiered in 2012 and ‘Paradise’ (2013) for the Texas Young Composers Concert. In 2011, Jocelyn became the first female winner of the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s Texas Young Composer Competition.
Jocelyn started playing the piano at age 7. At age 13, she was teaching herself to compose and then began music composition lessons with Dr. Rachel McInturff at the Armstrong Community Music School. She sings the praises of her “best friend,” Beethoven.
Jocelyn is a homeschooled high school Junior and aspires to be a film composer. She refers to her composing as a gift from God. When asked about her future plans she said, “I see myself with an Oscar for Best Original Score. Why not start early? I want to have a library, a music library, reading library, writing library.” Catch Jocelyn Chambers guiding guests to their seats as a volunteer usher at The Long Center.
KLRU/PBS has filmed a documentary about Jocelyn and the Texas Young Composers. The full documentary will air on KLRU on Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. CT. Watch the 1 minute trailer