This is a moment of intensive learning, examining and clarifying for so many of us. All of us – parents, teachers and artists in particular – understand our unique positions as facilitators. Despite the onslaught of profound upheaval, we face and embrace our evolving roles as navigators to those who look to us for guidance.
Despite a worldwide outbreak, countries with catastrophic humanitarian crises, and an economic meltdown, it is still quite alarming that racism remains the world’s most deadly public health threat.
This year, we celebrate what would have been Charlie Parker’s 100th birthday with our second live streaming event CHARLIE PARKER 100: JAZZ POWER ON this Sunday, June 14… Learn more!
After a difficult week, our Managing Artistic Director Eli Yamin explains “how the power of music can bring us together”, and our Youth give us valuable life lessons through their work…
With many of our students graduating, families are entering a new stage in life. It makes us think about what advice we give to those who are tracing a new path.
Now more than ever, we are deeply appreciative to all our teachers, performing artists, students and supporters for helping us keep the “Jazz Power ON.
Tell your friends far and wide and let’s keep Latin Jazz Power ON with our Rebroadcast!
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