Events in Celebration Town Center

Orlando Sentinel’s “A Celebration of Voices”-2013


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Entertainment Coaching

Event Schedule

4 PM Highlands Elementary

4:30 Songbird Sax Quartet

5:00 Pine Ridge Elementary

5:30 Maggie Dexter

6:00 PM     SNOW

6:10 Ty Openshaw

6:40 Gina Marie Incandela

7:00 PM   SNOW

7:10 The House On Cliff

7:40 Phunk Phenomenon

8:00 PM     SNOW

8:10 Danielle Prou

8:40 Anthony Gargiula

9:00 PM     SNOW

9:10 Robbie Rosen


5:30 PM-Maggie Dexter


6:10  Ty Openshaw

Ty Openshaw is a 15 year old singer/songwriter from the small town of Milbridge, Maine. Ty plays drum, guitar and keyboards and his first original “It’s Me” is on iTunes. He recently had the chance to open for Lee Greenwood at a Wreaths Across America event, a celebration honoring veterans lost in war. Ty is excited to return to The Celebration of Voices event.

Ty Openshaw

6:40  Gina Marie Incandela


7:10  The House on Cliff

The House On Cliff is a high energy, feel-good rock band from Boston, MA.  The band; Chad Michael Jervis~lead vocals, Charles Coleman~guitar/vocals, Shaqed Druyan~drums and Brennan Leeds~bass/vocals are all students at Berklee College of Music.  The guys live for music, and are excited to perform at the Celebration of Voices event in December.  The House on Cliff will also be on the Stand Up tour in 2014 and plan a summer tour as well.

House on Cliff 3

7:40 Phunk Phenomenon

 Phunk Phenomenon featured on ABDC’s Season 6 April 2011.

Choreographed and worked for organizations such as NBA, WNBA, NCAA, WNFL, MLS (New England Revolution), Red Auerbach Youth Foundation, Special Olympics, JAM’N 94.5, KISS 108 Concerts, Boston Blazers, Providence College Men’s Basketball, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, New Balance Fashion Show, Boston’s Celebrity Basketball Tournament, Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, Maroon 5, Radio Disney Concerts, Make-a-Wish Foundation, SADD, Boston University Men’s Basketball, RUN DMC, Usher, ML Carr’s organization W.A.R.M. (We Are Role Models)2 kids, Maury Povich Show, Paula Abdul’s Live to Dance and America’s Got Talent 2013.
Phunk Phenomenon’s mission is to dance to help raise awareness and hopefully aid in research for a treatment or cure for Sanfilippo Syndrome. The movement is called HIP HOP FOR HOPE. For more info check out


8:10 Danielle Prou

Prou was born in a place called Crow’s Nest, in New South Wales, Australia, but she calls Los Angeles home now. Prou had tackled both piano and guitar before the age of ten, and was well on her way to being an accomplished ukulele player by 13.  Most of all, Prou loves to sing.  This artist’s precocious talent has already garnered the attention of a few music business heavyweights, including Andrew Lane (High School Musical) and Doulas James (Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon), as each assisted in producing Prou’s first CD,  Songs about Stuff.  A performer with a mission much deeper than merely attracting public attention and being admired, Prou clearly intends to use her platform for the good of society, which is quite a lofty goal for one still only 14.  Danielle’s song, “Stand Up”  has been chosen as the anthem for the national STAND UP against Bullying tour in 2014.


8:40 Anthony Gargiula

At fourteen, singer/songwriter Anthony Gargiula has been a guest on the Ellen Degeneres Show, the Today Show and the CBS Early Show, opened for The Jonas Brothers, Lady Antebellum, Kellie Pickler and has sung the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden for the New York Knicks, the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, at Belmont Stakes and NASCAR’s Sylvania 300.   Anthony’s first CD called “Finally Done” is available for purchase on iTunes.  Although Anthony has enjoyed success at an early age, he has experienced a lot of bullying along the way.   Anthony started an Organization called “Bowling against Bullying”. Aside from his Anti – Bullying efforts, Anthony has just finished recording four new original songs with a producer in Chicago and looks forward to joining his friends on the Stand Up tour in 2014


9:10 PM Robbie Rosen

Robbie Rosen is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter/pianist who made it to the Top 8 boys on Season 10 of American Idol. He began receiving state and national recognition/awards for his songwriting at age 8, and has since written over 90 songs. Robbie has shared the stage with Rascal Flatts, Martina McBride, Kenny Rogers, Billy Dean, Darius Rucker, Jose Feliciano, and Debbie Gibson, and has opened for Aaron Carter and “The Voice” winner, Cassadee Pope. He has performed in concert at numerous venues, including Nassau Coliseum, where he sang his original song “Make It Through”, which became the official song for the Sophia’s Cure Foundation. He’s also performed at many prestigious charitable functions, such as the Carole M. Baldwin Foundation, H.E.Y. U.G.L.Y. (a national bully prevention program for which he wrote an original song, “My Life”), and the music industry’s TJ Martell Foundation. He is both an artist and songwriter, composing his own lyrics & music, creating all arrangement/instrumentation, & producing his own tracks. Robbie demonstrates unique versatility, not only writing for himself, but also with other artists in mind, in the styles of pop, r&b, and country.

Robbie Rosen