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The Integrity award, for an “artist or individual who has brought credibility and dignity to her work” was presented to composer, conductor, arranger, and performer Megan Cavallari. Cavallari has won numerous awards including three ASCAPs and two Telly Awards, and scored more than 50 films, 25 television shows, 16 stage musicals, and countless songs and jingles, including music for the L.A. Kings. She had one of the most prolific speeches of the evening. Inher second grade class the kids were asked what they wanted to do when they grow up. The boys said be rich. The girls said be Mommies. She said “Leonard Bernstein.” She was so upset by this, she went home and her mother told her to listen to herself and she did. Cavallari stressed that there are only two percent of women composing in the industry and that needs to change. She stated “women have a voice… and it is about time people listen.” She went on further to talk about how distinctive women’s voices are and that what women have to say is important. “Creativity is the thing that sets us apart and sets us free.” Cavallari should also be recognized for creating The Talk Foundation Project recording the observations of children with life threatening and chronic diseases. - Read more at http://www.artsbeatla.com/2017/03/latw/#sthash.7b7NgGlg.dpuf
"Award-winning TV/film composer Megan Cavallari will be a featured panelist at the upcoming NonProfit and Communications and Media Networks Event: Share the Love for Nonprofit Collaborations on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 5-7pm.
"Cavallari founded The Talk Foundation, a non-profit that gives children and teenagers with life threatening illnesses the opportunity to express themselves through sound. Panelists will discuss how collaborations can be leveraged to make connections with the press to increase awareness of non-profit’s missions.
"Cavallari has a knack for creating music that industry legend Richard Kraft called “amazing and earworm candy.” From film and television soundtracks to stage musicals to having composed music for the Los Angeles Kings, the Philadelphia native has managed to land at the top of her profession (despite the fact that less than 2% of all professional composers are females)."
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The FAHF (Fashion & Arts Humanity Fete) Awards 2016, a production that shines the spotlight on creative Do-Gooders, will honor LA based TV/film composer Megan Cavallari for her humanitarian achievements on November 12, 2016 at the JBTV Studios in Chicago. Cavallari is the founder of The Talk Foundation which gives children and teenagers with chronic, serious, and life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to express themselves through recordings of their innermost thoughts and observations.
Honorees of the FAHF Humanitarian Awards are individuals who work in fashion, design, arts, music, technology, culinary arts, theater, media, literature, athletic, and other arts fields that use their talents and/or the arts to complete acts of kindness, volunteer, or to be humanitarians.