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Lon E Plynton

Lon E. Plynton is a Multi-instrumentalist, Composer, Recording Artist, Producer, Promoter, Entertainer, Business Owner and Educator.

He teaches music at School One and the Office of Community Youth and Learning in Cumberland. He has been Music Directing and performing with Rites and Reason Theater at Brown University since 1997. A member of RISCA's teaching artists education roster, he is known internationally for his work as bandleader of the Mystic Jammers. He is a professional musician who plays bass and guitar with the RPM Voices of Rhode Island, Lion Eye Music and various ensembles throughout the New England area. Lon also owns Lion Eye Productions on 163 Brook St in Providence Lon is a Brown graduate of 1979 where he studied music composition in the Music and Africana Studies dept.


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Years of service in music.

Education

Life's Aventure with Becky Bass
Dance of Shiva - Equal Rites Band
What Else Can I Do? - with John Booth
Music Director
Lecturer
Teacher

Experience.

2008 - Present

School One, Providence, RI

Music Teacher, 2008-present He provides high school students with instrumental, vocal and music training, focusing on ensemble performance. Musical literacy, cultural background and the societal impact of music are integrated throughout our studies.

2013 - present

OCYL Cumberland RI

Lon conducts group guitar and private lessons in voice, piano and guitar for K - 9 students.

1990 -present

Rites and Reasons Theatre, Brown University

Music Director. Lon takes on multiple roles and responsibilities in sound and music production of musical theatre with expertise in the research to performance method used by the Africana Studies Department at Brown University. Roles have included music composition, technical direction, sound recording, accompaniment (piano, guitar, percussion, voice) lecturing undergraduate musicians, music direction and acting.

1970-1975

St. Paul's School, Concord NH

1975-1979

Brown University, BA Political Science.

1981-1982

Brown University, Associate Artist Electronic Music