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Pandemic Relief Music Award

PathologyOutlines.com will celebrate 20 years of operation in August 2021 and wants to give back to some of those suffering during the
COVID-19 pandemic. For 2021, we will be promoting select classical and jazz musicians each month on our website and with a cash stipend. Here are the Application Requirements.


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May 2021 Recipient: Kanola Band

April 2021 Recipient: Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra

March 2021 Recipient: Six Mile Strings

February 2021 Recipient: Westbound Situation

Application Requirements



May 2021 Recipient: Kanola Band

Kanola Band brings together some of the most experienced and diverse musicians in the midwest US jazz scene to pay tribute to the great music and heritage of New Orleans. Dipping into the city's diverse musical history including traditional Dixieland, groovin' zydeco, soulful funk to blasting brass band second lines, audiences of all ages will leave feeling just a bit happier than when they came. Bring your dancing shoes, leave your worries behind and be ready for some fun, because Kanola Band is always a good time!

Kanola members have performed at some of the most prestigious international music venues and have recorded and toured with top jazz musicians / bands on the scene. In addition to performing, they are also passionate music educators who have held teaching positions at various universities and colleges. Their unique and engaging approach to performing will leave all ages of audiences grooving in their seat or dancing in the aisle while learning about jazz, improvisation and music history, alongside the rich history and music of New Orleans.

Website

Bourbon Street Parade - Kanola Band



Check out their YouTube page for more music and follow them on Facebook to stay in the loop about upcoming events!





April 2021 Recipient: Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra

The Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra is an award winning jazz group of 19 of Detroit's best jazz musicians. The group has been together for 21 years, playing jazz festivals, clubs and concerts at their home base, Cliff Bells. Their first album, Brush Fire, was released to high acclaim, winning two Detroit Music Awards for best modern jazz group and best jazz album. Their last record, Mulgrew-ology climbed to #32 in the national jazz charts and won Detroit Music Awards for best jazz album, best jazz group and best jazz composer (Gwinnell). The group thrives on presenting artistically relevant jazz arrangements and compositions in a big band format.

Website

Nature Boy - Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra with Motor City Symphony Orchestra


Mulgrew-ology

Brush Fire


Check out their Listening Room for more music!





March 2021 Recipient: Six Mile Strings

Six Mile Strings is a string quartet of friends (Yuri Popowycz, Natalie Frakes, Alycia Wilder and Tom Sullivan) who focus on performing classical and contemporary works. They aim to expand the scope and artistry of the traditional string quartet by working with artists of many genres and across disciplines. They have worked with a number of Detroit-based artists spanning different genres including Greater Alexander, De'Sean Jones, Michael Malis, Madelyn Grant, Mario Sulaksana, Drew Schultz and more.

Projects in-the-works include an anthology of pieces composed by friends during quarantine, recording sessions with CASHFORGOLD and Anti-Philosophy, a live-streamed concert at Ste. Anne de Detroit, collaborating with Wayne State's art department to set illustration to an original piece and concert planning for premieres of pieces with Eisenhower Dance Detroit.

Beyond the concert stage, all four musicians are social activists and educators and the quartet works to catalyze generative conversations that support the reinvention and reimagining of the classical string quartet through unique performance and active community engagement.

Website

Six Mile Strings - Marc Mellits String Quartet No. 5: Waniyetu


Follow 6MS on Instagram to stay updated on their projects! More music can also be found on their YouTube channel.





February 2021 Recipient: Westbound Situation

Westbound Situation blends the precision of classical chamber music, the rhythmic drive of bluegrass and the colorful expression of jazz into a new style of chamber music—chambergrass. The quartet—comprised of Grant Flick on violin, Jake Howard on mandolin, Zach Brown on cello and Jacob Warren on bass—mixes composition and improvisation seamlessly into their entirely memorized arrangements.

Website

Westbound Situation - Griffin


Listen to the group perform on YouTube or on their Spotify channel. Their newest release, Pilot, is available for purchase on Bandcamp.





Application Requirements:

To apply for a pandemic relief music award:
  1. The musician/ensemble must be based in the United States of America or Canada.
  2. The musician/ensemble must provide a media sample.
  3. The musician/ensemble must have a website or Facebook page that can be linked to.
  4. The musician/ensemble must have at least 2 or more audio/video recordings available via audio CD, online playlist, etc.

Apply here!



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