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At 11:26pm on March 20, 2008, Larry D. Matyas said…
Quinton, Started a discussion Poetry is from the heart...check it out and add some words.
At 9:45pm on January 28, 2008, Larry D. Matyas said…
OK....I found where I saved it and I wish there was some way to cut and past it to the discussion of "Meditation."
At 9:27pm on January 28, 2008, Larry D. Matyas said…
Master Vance....I started a new group with the title "meditations." I saved your reply to my experience....but I can't find it............. I would consider you're experience most beneficial to this group discussion. Could you please include it.......Please?
At 3:55pm on January 22, 2008, Violet Rain said…
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At 3:54pm on January 22, 2008, Violet Rain said…
Thanks Quinton for sharing all the work you have done in the arts. I have a radio program dedicated to the emerging artist. If you know of any great artist without much publicity send them my way. This week I will have two artist one from South Africa the other who creates film festivals.
let me know what you think go to. www, on Thursday from 3-4 pm or
Look forward to hearing from you.

I have spent a lot of my life in NY. I love theater performance and writing. This year I am more focused on performance. There is nothing like using the power of theater to inspire others.
At 9:12am on January 20, 2008, Silver Shaman said…
Most aliens (other life forms) that are advance have not the same form of thinking processes. They would not pose the say set of questions as we would and perhaps they may not perceive our devices a weapons as you described. While one particular group may be advanced would it not be presumptuous to say the would instantly understand all of our languages, history and politics?
We do not even understand our own cultures and don't want to.
At 11:45am on January 19, 2008, Quinton Vance said…
I'm thinking of writing a book on music theory. I've studied a LOT of music theory books, and the one thing that they all lack is, "how do I use this stuff?" Well, I've come up with a method that works for improvisation, and understanding how music works in general. From harmony and theory to chord structure and improvisation, I think I've got it covered. What I'm wondering is, does the world need yet ANOTHER music theory book?
At 11:20pm on January 17, 2008, Violet Rain said…
Hi Quinton,
I was just reading through your profile. I am an artist, a creative force, a blessed being of light, an individual, a creator, dancer, healer and woman.
What did you study at Berklee?
I think it is honorable of you to take this non-profit position since you feel it is a calling.
I have studied theater and perform I am interested in knowing your expertise in this area?
DO you write for the theater? Produce plays?
Would like to hear from you.
At 3:50pm on January 17, 2008, SuperLife said…
Hi Quinton,

We're planning to add a member-services section to our new SuperLife store. As a Jazz Composition & Performance, Recording, Theater and Production professional, you might have service/s or product/s that would be appropriate to list. Do you? We hope you'll comment back right away.

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At 1:46am on January 12, 2008, Carly said…
Thank you Quinton, I wonder if we passed each other in the halls of Berklee??

Thank you for the inspiration!
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At 1:26pm on January 10, 2008, Quinton Vance said…
Thank you, and I invite you to become a member of the Improvisational Collective! A free exchange of thoughts, ideas, concepts and idioms of all things, many things, one thing, or anything. Open ended, open minds, open discussion, open hearts working together to make the Dream a Reality ... whatever that dream may be ... let the exchange begin! Many minds & hearts are waiting for that ONE THING that only YOU can say that will CHANGE THEIR LIVES FOREVER!
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