Detroit Youth Choir Artistic Director - Anthony White
Anthony White is the Artistic Director for the Detroit Youth Concert Choir and Performing Arts Company. He has directed more than 1000 youth from the metro Detroit area, where he has created a platform for them to develop their skills in performing arts.
The Detroit Youth Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company (DYC) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization that services young people throughout the Detroit Metropolitan area. The Detroit Youth Choir teaches and develops students through music education, dance, and theatrical arts. Our program is designed for youth between the ages of 8-18.
The Detroit Youth Choir vision is to offer the youth of Metro Detroit a world-class performing arts experience that develops their creative skills and talents.
Rosa María Zamarrón
Rosa María Zamarrón is a Documentary Photographer from Southwest Detroit. She graduated from Grand Valley State University with a B.A in Photography, focusing primarily on Documentary/Photo-journalism. She has exhibited in various cities such as Grand Rapids, New York City, Detroit, Austin, and Rome, Italy. Her work has been in various publications including Vogue, Hour Detroit Magazine, The Detroit Free Press, Metrotimes, BridgeDetroit, D Business Magazine and WDET. Rosa María is Cofounder of La Sirena Studio, which is a collaborative female lead studio in Southwest Detroit that provides studio space in the community. Rosa María has also collaborated with local non-profits like Capture Belief and Young nation to teach photography to the youth in Southwest Detroit. She currently lives and works in Detroit, Michigan.
Saving Throw is an instrumental progressive math rock band formed in late 2015 in Macomb, MI comprised of Joshua Murray (guitar), Kyle Spaulding (bass), and Austin Stillwell (drums). Since their formation, the band has released two albums, 2017's Roll Initiative and 2019's Animated. Through their history Saving Throw has shared the stage with many prolific artists from their genre such as Plini, Thank You Scientist, Scale The Summit, and Angel Vivaldi. Now that some semblance of safety is returning to the world, the band is looking to get back to the stage and work on releasing new music for their fans.