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MusicianCorps Fellow Bob Frazier - Oakland
2009-2010 MusicianCorps Fellow Bob Frazier talks about how he's engaging kids in critical thinking through music to enhance education at Sequoia Elementary and MetWest High School in Oakland. Make ...
ROBERT L. FRAZIER Oakland, 408 393 9871
 Experience: 2009-2010: MusicCorps fellow with Music National Service 1990- 95 Institutional Artist Facilitator California Department Of Corrections Grants and Awards: Artist in at the Santa Clara Children’s Shelter as music instructor 1996. Participant in theAmerican Film Institute's 1997 Digital Arts Workshop "SMALLSCREEN' BIG PICTURE" Jazz Composers grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. NEA grants to compose the music fora live (KPFK) radio broadcasts of: Machiavelli's The Mandrake. William Shakespeare's The Tempest. California Arts Council grant to create aNew Orleans Street Band,A contemporary new music ensemble, And to write and performin a musical based on the lives of Count Basie and Duke Ellington entitled “Dinner with a Duke and a Count” 'It's my turn to promote the arts"Feature Films and Videos“Some Kind Of Loving” with Richard Pryer“ The Edge of Fear”

“Would I Lie To You” with The Eurythmics“Live at Monterey” with Johnny OtisDiscography: Infant Eyes - Doug Carn “Johnny Otis ”Hand jive with JohnnyOtis -“The Chamber” - Bob Frazier“Live Performance Highlights The Long Beach Blues Festival”,

“The Marin County Blues Festival”,“The Newport Jazz Festival, Carnegie Hall”,“ The Pori Jazz Festival”,“The North Sea Jazz Festival”, The Monteaux Jazz Festival, The JVCNice Jazz Festival, The Monterey Jazz Festival,The SAN JOSE, CA Cultural Affaires Downtown Arts Series "ALLMEN ARE DOGS ALL WOMEN ARE CRAZY" "Hilife The Art Of Party" "Naked In San Jose" " Naked In San Jose Part 2" "Midnight inSt James Park"2000 - 2008Founding member and Teaching artist for Starting Arts a non-profitarts program in the Sunnyvale, CA. At Present: Teaching artist for Arts Corps. A Seattle based non-profit arts group.Teaching artist at the University of Washington’s teacher training program. (Seattle Washington) Iam a teaching artist for the non- profit Arts corps as a Pan African drumming and music instructor. Facilitated a Drumming Circle at the Seattle Center in conjunction with the visit of His Holiness The Dalai Lama.Facilitated drumming Workshops at “The Power of Hope SummerYouth Camps”.At Present: Teaching artist for Head Royce and Sheldon schools in the San Francisco bay area.

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