2017/2018 Residencies – Ross Boyd & Jamie Feinberg

Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg

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Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg, musicians & theater artists Sept/Oct, 2017
Pre-school to older adults Music, songwriting, theater
  • songwriting
  • music technology
  • learn to play ukulele
  • musical theater
  • music & theater improvisation

Take a musical journey with Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg, music educators and performers experienced teaching and performing for preschool ages up through adults and older adults. 

In addition to offering performances, consider workshops in songwriting, music technology, musical theater, improvisation and more. Performances include a family show, Hop, Froggy, Hop!, as well as music of the 50's/60's/70's, a solo ukulele set, a Broadway review, cabaret and more! 

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About Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg: 

Ross Malcolm Boyd is a composer (for bands, for film, TV and for gaming) and sound designer (for theater and film), an educator (private lessons for guitar, piano, ukelele, composition and theory as well as group classes in songwriting, music and music technology), a musician, a sound engineer (both studio recording and live sound for theater, comedy, concerts) and a radio personality (he spent four years in a variety of roles in public radio, both on-air talent and production). He has a degree from the New England Institute of Art. In addition to his solo work as a singer/songwriter and performer, he has collaborated with his wife, Jamie on their new duo projects as well as in theater and music projects and in sacred settings. 

Jamie Feinberg is a musician, educator, arts/office administration professional and musical theater aficionado, with a Bachelor’s in Music from Smith College and a Master’s in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University. Her diverse and significant work experience in the arts has included running her own theater company for seven years, accompanying and directing choirs at Protestant churches for about ten years, teaching pre-K and K music, theater and movement classes, creating and overseeing arts camps and performing and leading the music for an improv troupe. As a musical director, director and choreographer, she has worked with ages 3 to Adult, in educational, amateur and professional settings, and she has developed cabaret, sacred and popular music offerings that she performs by herself and with her husband, Ross.