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MP3 Scott Stallings - Piano on the Moon

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Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2004-01-02
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A news reporter recently said that 14 year-old pianist Scott Stallings composes music that would raise Mozart’s eyebrows, and he plays like someone three times his age. This is true. Now 16 yrs. old, rave reviews continue to accelerate his piano career.

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Scott’s music has been downloaded over 20,000 times since he posted his first music online at age 14.

Now a 16-year-old high school student, he has a very busy schedule.

Of course he loves to play and write music, but his true passion is entertaining. So invite him to play any type of piano or organ music at your event, and check out a few of his new songs on https://www.tradebit.com

SCOTT’S PIANO CALENDAR:

2005 upcoming--
Learning technique from world-renowned teacher, Leonard Richter. Preparing for Local, Regional, and State Classical Competitions, and participating in the American Guild of Organists (AGO).

December 2004--
Christmas Parties, choirs, and church events.

August 2004--
21st--Evening Wedding Reception at Sundance Grill.

July 2004--
16th--"Summer Concerts-Up & Coming Stars" in West Richland’s Flat Top Park.

June 2004--
19th--Performing live at 6 p.m. at the Grand Ball Opening of the new 50,000 sq. ft. Kennewick, Three-Rivers Convention Center.
13-19th--"Young Musicians’ Summer Festival."
1st--Mrs. Haler’s Retirement Party (My Teacher).

May 2004--
22nd--Tri-Cities Cancer Center, Saturday, 12 - 3 p.m.
21st--Benefit Auction Children’s Hospital, Red Lion Inn, Pasco, 6 p.m.
16th--Attended Angela Kraft Cross’ Organ Concert
16th--Accepted as Education/Competition Coordinator-Columbia Basin American Guild of Organists
15th--Boy Scouts of America, Silver Beaver Award Dinner, Columbia Point Marriott, Saturday, 1 p.m. Scott is an Eagle Scout too!
13th--Mid-Columbia Small Business Award Banquet, Pasco Red Lion, Thursday, 6 p.m.
10th--Attended THE BEST! Stephen Beus’ farewell concert at Whitman College, 7 p.m.
9th--Mother’s Day Dinner for Elderly and Handicapped, 3 p.m.
9th-14th--Congrats to Young Musician Musicfest Northwest Festival winners in Spokane. Attended Brother and Sister’s recitals. Played for church and hospital functions.

April 2004--
16th--Boys and Girls Club Dinner with Deidra McCollum on Flute, 6 p.m. at school near Pasco’s Edgar Brown Stadium.
8th--KNDU TV Morning Show w/Aaron Booker, 5-6 a.m. LIVE interview follow-up to January’s "Piano on the Moon" concert.
2nd--Wedding Reception @Jadwin LDS Chapel for John (see below) and Sara Spencer, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Organ and piano for church and hospital functions.

March 2004--
26th--Attended Tony Padilla & James Lent Music for Two Pianos Concert.
20th--Attended Stephen Beus Concert with Mid-Columbia Symphony.
4th--Entertained BYU Ballet Team during pre-performance dinner.
Focused on classical technique w/Dr. Richter.
Broke 3000 web hits (this site) and surpassed 150 CD sales "Piano on the Moon."
Organ and piano for church and hospital functions.

February 2004--
24th--United Way Annual Dinner, Red Lion Inn Pasco, 6 p.m.
23rd-27th--Congrats to Music Teacher’s Association winners.
20th--Stephen Beus’ Whitman College Recital.
3rd--Benton REA, Kiwanis Club Meeting, West Richland, 7 a.m.
1st--Tri-City Herald reported that Scott donated $900 to his high school band.
Organ and piano for church and hospital functions.

January 2004--
30th--Attended 44th Annual Young Artist Competition
30th--Attended Stephen Beus’ Whitman College Recital (truly awesome!).
29th--Rotary Club Lunch Function, Red Lion Inn Kennewick.
26th--Honored at PTA Reflections Program (2nd & 3rd at Districts).
24th--Article "Youth does a nice thing" in the worldwide LDS Church News.
19th--Began with Leonard Richter, award-winning teacher.
10th--BIG Jan. 10th, Saturday evening, 7 p.m. concert at the Richland HS Auditorium
(even in bad weather 252 attended). More concert prep: Franny White’s news story
in the Tri-City Herald, Tami Tremblay’s news story on KVEW TV, Matt’s news story
on KNDU TV, and announcements on several radio stations!
Thanks to little brother Shawn who played Chopstix w/Scott!
Played organ and piano for church and hospital functions.

Thanks to those entities that gave promotional assistance for big Jan. 2004 concert:
KONA 610 AM radio, KVEW TV & The Weather Guy, KEPR TV, KNDU TV, Charter Communications, Mid-Columbia Regional Ballet, Richland School District, City of Richland, Giant Nickel, Tri-Cities Coliseum, Music City, Music Unlimited, Far West Books & Gifts, Tri-City Herald, Kinko’s, Kadlec Medical Center, Three Rivers Road Runners Club, Richland Bicycles & Fitness Equipment, and 100’s of stores and offices displaying posters.

December 2003--Piano, keyboard, and organ events at the Nativity, Kadlec Hospital, church services and Christmas parties, Jim Hall’s Community Health Watch news story on KEPR TV,
promo table at the Nutcracker, 30 minute Christmas music special on Lloyd Swain’s Charter Cable TV (also ads on Charter cable 3, 13, & 99), Rachel Spooner’s news story on KEPR TV, posting on Tri-City Coliseum and City of Richland’s readerboard, Rusty Faust’s Tri-City profile on KONA radio, and other interviews.

November 2003--Concerts/events (solo, duet, & accompaniment) at Battelle Auditorium--recital (last to play), The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--various, CUP Church--Ribbon Festival, and Kadlec Hospital.

2002 & 2003--Performed at talent shows, hospital, church events, etc. The purchase of an electronic portable Grand Piano and a high-end sound card gave Scott the ability to begin storing all the music that was in his head. He wrote 10+ songs during the 2003 summer break. He finished writing Scott’s Song--his first published piece--when he was 12.
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SPECIAL THANKS AND CONTACT INFO:

Teachers--
Leonard Richter (Jan. 2004-present), David Powell (2003), Steve Carver (2000-03), Joann Brown (2000), Richard Williams (1994-99), and many others such as school music teachers.

Mentors--Jon Schmidt (piano), Stephen Beus--finalist of the 2005 Van Cliburn competition (piano), John Spencer (piano), Dr. David Powell (piano), Wally Williams (graphics), Trevor Marvin (sound).

Copyright © 2003 & 2004 (sound recording and musical composition), by Scott Stallings, https://www.tradebit.com, & SS Productions all rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without written permission from Scott Stallings is prohibited.

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