Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner

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Greg and Terry perform throughout the year, entertaining in either live or virtual concerts.

They also are engaged in educating children with music in their schools or on-line with fun and creativity.  And they are available to work with whomever in the design of programs that fit their concepts of teaching through music.

 

November  2021:

 

November 1st-Inspired Child “Kid’s Space” Washington, DC.

Virtual Fall Residency @ 10:15-10:45am & 11:00-11:30am

 

November 4th - Inspired Child “Kid’s Space” Washington, DC.

Virtual Fall Residency @ 10:15-10:45am & 11:00-11:30am

 

November 9th- Inspired Child “Kid’s Space” Washington, DC.

Virtual Fall Residency @ 10:15-10:45am & 11:00-11:30am

 

November 11th- Inspired Child “Kid’s Space” Washington, DC.

Virtual Fall Residency @ 10:15-10:45am & 11:00-11:30am

 

November 12th- Inspired Child “Kid’s Space” Washington, DC.

Virtual Fall Residency Follow-up Session @ 1:00pm

 

November 20th- “Magpie Concert” for Old Songs Concert Series-

Old Song Music with Roots-Here’s the link: oldsongs.org

 “Live & Streamed ” Magpie Concert @ Old Songs

Tickets and Info: https://oldsongs.org/concerts/

 

Up Coming December 2021 Calendar:

 

December 5th- Bus Boys & Poets-Takoma Park-Washington DC-Virtual & Live Celebration of “Freedom Is A Constant Struggle”- A book reprint of Freedom Is A Constant Struggle: An Anthology Of The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement is being released in November 2021.  The book was originally printed in 1999.

Special Concert with “Magpie” & Speakers-Jerry Mitchell

Magpie will share songs of: Phil Ochs, Matthew Jones & Marshall Jones (SNCC), and Pete Seeger & Frances Taylor

 

Jerry Mitchell, an award-winning reporter – who will be with us this evening - gave me a copy of Horace Doyle Barnette's FBI confession concerning his participation in the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers; James Chaney, a Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) volunteer from Meridian, Mississippi, Michael Schwerner a CORE worker from New York, and Andrew Goodman, a New York volunteer. He will be sharing with the audience “Cold Cases” he is now working on.

 

According to Julian Bond, one of the founding members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and a participant in this book, by summer's end, four project workers had been killed; four people had been critically wounded; eighty workers had been beaten; there had been over one thousand arrests; thirty-seven churches had been bombed or burned; and thirty black businesses or homes had been burned

 

December 10th -Dumbarton Arts & Education Naptime U-1:00-2:00pm presents Magpie Teacher Training “All Over This World”- Using Music to Teach Global Diversity in the Early Childhood Classroom.

 

December 21st: “Sing Solstice”with “Magpie-Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner & Kim & Reggie Harris-Winter Solstice Celebration!

“Virtual-Streaming” @ 8th Step Coffeehouse for Info and Tickets: https://www.8thstep.org/events

 

 

Other Projects:

“Sword of the Spirit II” second song cycle about John and Mary Brown abolitionist and their family and friends Garrett Smith, Sarah Brown, and several from the “Harriet Was Here-In My Backyard” project celebrating Harriet Tubman’s life in Auburn, NY and her many contributions as entrepreneur, suffragist, and community activist. Release TBA

 

We also will be continuing our research and collection of songs for future theater projects and thematic programs we are well known for developing and bringing to fruition.

 

Stayed tuned for more “Magpie” concerts and events in 2021 & 2022! Hope to see you at one or more of these special “virtual or live- in person” performances.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated:

November, 2021

For booking information

contact:

Terry Leonino

245 Brooky Hollow Rd.

Middleburgh, NY 12122

(301)775-6043

gtmagpie@midtel.net

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Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner
Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner
Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner