Arts4All Florida provides monthly webinars during the school year so that teaching artists, classroom teachers, cultural arts organizations and adult artists with disabilities can keep up-to-date on the latest information on the arts and disability.  These webinars are provided free of charge; however, registration is required.


December: Continuing Your Musical Career After High School

In this webinar, Paul will describe the process he went through in choosing the best college for his musical needs and how he got there including visiting college campuses, meeting instructors, getting scholarships, and more. Paul will also describe the process he went through to create a winning application for the Kennedy Center’s VSA International Young Soloist contest. Paul will share his personal stories, but more importantly, he will give practical information on how you can make the best possible decisions for your own needs! This webinar is appropriate for high school musicians and their parents, as well as high school music teachers.


  • December 6, 4-5 pm (east coast)


Presenter:  Paul Gavin is a professional drummer, teacher, and composer/arranger in the Tampa Bay area. He’s been making his entire living as a freelance musician for over three years. Paul is Florida’s only winner of the VSA International Young Soloist Competition and he has also won the Downbeat Student Music Award. Paul plays professionally throughout Florida, as well as occasionally out of the state. As an educator, Paul has taught hundreds of students in private and group settings, several of which have gone on to teach professionally, earn scholarships to major in music in college, march drum corps and indoor drumlines, and more.


To register for this webinar, visit https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4471787/2018-2019-Webinar-Registration.

The webinar links and dial-in information will be provided when you register.



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Arts4All Florida webinars are supported in part by the Florida Department of Education’s Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services and the Florida Department of State’s Division of Cultural Affairs.