Success comes as a result, partly from your hard work, but mostly from your ability to make use of advantages you had nothing to do with obtaining. This isn’t meant to discredit anyone’s hard work. It’s just an observation. For example, if you want to be a singer but you can’t sing, it doesn’t matter how much practice you put in because it won’t change the fact that you can’t sing. And even if you can sing, only a few are fortunate enough to have people in their lives who can help them develop into an artist.
Philadelphia singer, Suzann Christine [Henry] is very much aware of the struggle young artists have with trying to find a support system that will help them develop their art. She’s also very much aware of the fact that young teens struggle with finding something positive to do at all. This is why, in addition to working hard and taking advantage of resources, Suzann has added “giving back” to her criteria for success. Suzann Christine is the founder of SCH CAPA (Suzann Christine Henry Creative And Performing Arts), a non-profit organization dedicated to youth development in the arts. With the help of friends, dedicated parents and passionate students, SCH CAPA is growing into a stellar program and affordable activity for young teens.
The photos below are of the first class’ first semester closing performance. The classes that were offered were dance, voice, photography and audio production. Suzann hopes to add several more classes as enrollment increases. The next semester begins in January 2013, but it’s not too late to register your child.
For more information please contact Suzann Christine Henry at SCHCAPA@yahoo.com
or visit their website at http://schcapa.org/
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(Posted by Garron Gibbs)