The event included personal stories from CCM students who have received scholarship and emergency funding support through generous donations. CCMpower Scholar Matilda Smolij, a sophomore Voice student, talked about what drew her to study at CCM, shared about her experience at the college so far and thanked donors for their support. Watch her CCMpower student impact story.
"Thank you so much for helping me, as an individual here," Piano master's student Jiajun (David) Lai told donors and viewers at Moveable Feast. "You have definitely made me take one step closer to being a musician, to being a performer." Watch his CCMpower student impact story.
Likewise, CCM Honors Scholarship recipient Myles Yeazell (MM Cello, '20) shared a message to donors who helped fund his studies: "I just want them to know how thankful I am and to let them know what they're doing is helping me — not only me, everybody who received [scholarship and funding support]. It's changing people's lives, and it's making it possible to pursue my dream with pursuing cello." Watch his CCMpower student impact story.
Moveable Feast: From Coast to Coast featured performances by alumni guests artists of the stage and screen as well as performances by the college's Wind Symphony, Philharmonia, Jazz Orchestra and by students in CCM's Choral Studies, Musical Theatre, Dance and Piano programs.
View the performances and learn more about the event on the Moveable Feast website.