manhattan school of music

Mr. Keelan Dimick is an award winning jazz pianist. Keelan took first place in both the junior and senior divisions at the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival. Mr. Dimick is a graduate of the prestigious Manahattan School of Music and was one of a dozen jazz musicians chosen from around the world to participate in Mission Jazz. Keelan will be performing at FAIRfest on Saturday June 20 at the Sondheim Center of the Performing Arts.

Dr. Randolph Carter is the former Director of Diversity for the National Association of Indpendent Schools. Dr. Carter currently directs the Eastern Education Resource Collaborative in Washington DC. The non-profit advances diversity and multcultural education in pre-K - 12th grade schools, colleges, and community based non-profits. 

Vincent J. Bove, a nationally acclaimed leadership and security educator accomplished in assisting corporate, government, law enforcement and educational institutions achieve leadership enhancement, productivity improvement, and security management effectiveness.
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Keelan Dimick is a jazz pianist who recently graduated from Arts West High School in Boise, ID.
Keelan has won numerous awards including first place in piano in both the junior and senior divisions at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. He also took first place at the Gene Harris Festival.This fall he will be heading to New York City to attend the Manhattan School of Music, where he was offered one of only three piano positions handed out annually at the prestigious school. Keelan will performing a benefit concert for KRUU LP 100.1 FM at the Sondheim Center for the performing arts Monday
June 22 at 8 pm.