MORENO VALLEY, CA- On Saturday, May 14, over 150 artists will compete to see who is the best at music and art at the 5th annual Changing Lives Showcase! The Changing Lives Showcase, is the fastest-growing performance competition in the Inland Empire created to allow our youth to express their creative talents while fighting to reduce our communities’ dropout rates.
The Showcase is presented by Music Changing Lives, a non-profit arts organization in partnership with Moreno Valley Unified School District. Artists and their respective schools will compete in four categories – Musical Instruments, Vocal Performance, Dance and Visual Arts, while schools compete in Overall Performance.
The Changing Lives Showcase is no ordinary school performance; this event rolls out the red carpet for its talented performers, artists and guests. Celebrity judges will decide the winning finalists and this year’s lineup includes Tray Deee, a member of the platinum selling group Tha Eastsidaz; YouTube sensation and recording artist Ellise; and Stephen Hickner an American film director at DreamWorks Animation.
Music Changing Lives launched the Showcase five years ago, and since then they have produced musicians, artists, fashion designers and more. MCL’s goal is to create a culture of school being cool and using music and art as a way to inspire students that anything is possible.
The Showcase will be located at the Moreno Valley Recreation Center from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. To get tickets to the event and reserve your seat please visit 2016changinglivesshowcase.eventbrite.com.
The Changing Lives Showcase is sponsored by MVUSD, Wells Fargo Foundation, UC Riverside, The Art Institute of San Bernardino, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Niagara Cares, Edison International, Time Warner Cable, Classics for Kids Foundation, Vizard PR and Goliath Graffix.
For more information about Music Changing Lives or to become a sponsor for the event, please contact an Music Changing Lives staff member at Jbruny@MusicChangingLives.org or visit them on the web at www.MusicChangingLives.org.