DRANOFF 2 PIANO PRESENTS




PIANO SLAM 6 COMPETITION
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS

MIDDLE SCHOOL FIRST PLACE WINNER LANGUAGE ARTS:

  • Carol City Middle: John Henry (7th Grade)

MIDDLE SCHOOL FIRST PLACE WINNER SCIENCE:

  • Leisure City K-8 Center: Yadiel Brisheno (6th Grade)

HIGH SCHOOL FIRST PLACE WINNER LANGUAGE ARTS:

  • Miami Jackson Senior: Eduin Turcios (11th Grade) 

HIGH SCHOOL FIRST PLACE WINNER SCIENCE:

  • Miami Arts Charter: Serafima Fedorova (12th Grade)


CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR FINALISTS

MIDDLE SCHOOL FINALISTS:

  • Carol City Middle: John Henry (7th Grade)
  • North Miami Middle: Kathleen Sanchez (8th Grade)
  • Miami Edison Middle: Tashai Small (8th Grade)
  • Horace Mann Middle: Marjorine Branchedor (8th Grade)
  • Campbell Drive Middle: Yvania Muscadum (8th Grade) 
  • Leisure City K-8 Center: Yadiel Brisheno (6th Grade)
  • Miami Springs Middle: Detron Bendross (8th Grade)
  • G. W. Carver Middle: Thomas Mikell (8th Grade)

HIGH SCHOOL FINALISTS:

  • Miami Norland Senior: Yennifer Castillo (10th Grade) 
  • Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior: Melissa Claro-Erazo (10th Grade), Erycha Nicolas (10th Grade)
  • Homestead Senior: Chanel Lewis (11th Grade)
  • Miami Jackson Senior: Eduin Turcios (11th Grade)
  • Miami Arts Charter: Serafima Fedorova (12th Grade) Sarah Harder (11th Grade)
  • William H. Turner Technical Arts High: Diane Petit-Frere (11th Grade) 
  • Ronald Reagan Doral Senior: Jorge Goyco (9th Grade) 

Submit a poem and WIN CASH & PRIZES!

15 FINALIST PRIZES
$100. All finalists will perform their work on Thursday May 15, 2014 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

BEST POEM – MIDDLE SCHOOL
$500, a Notebook Computer. All finalists will perform their work on Thursday May 15, 2014 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

BEST POEM – HIGH SCHOOL
$500, a Notebook Computer. All finalists will perform their work on Thursday May 15, 2014 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

Now sharpen your pencils and enter your poems here:

 

COMPETITION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
March 17, 2014 – April 18, 2014

DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSION:
Online Schools – April 18, 2014
Live Schools – April 18, 2014

Click here to download Schedule of Important Dates
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MEET PIANO SLAM 6'S
LITERARY CHAIR

Richard Blanco is one of the most beloved and influential poets and storytellers writing today. As a historic inaugural poet, public speaker, teacher and memoirist, he continues to travel the world, inviting audiences to reconnect to the heart of the human experience and all of its beautiful diversity. Through the power of his words and presence, Blanco taps into our unspoken dreams, hopes and frustrations. He captures the human spirit and condition, in all of its complexities, opening up our minds and encouraging us to see beyond our differences to share in the universal experience of our humanity. Just as Carl Sagan brought cosmology into our living rooms, Blanco is appealing to audiences everywhere and inspiring a new way to think and feel about the poetry of our day, making it an accessible, inclusive and transformative part of our everyday lives.

 

 

JAMES JONES RICHARD BLANCO
PIANO SLAM 5
JASON JACKSON
JAMES JONES
DJ IRIE
Culture Shock Miami
 
   



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