Javacya Arts Conservatory Alumni

Josh Henderson, Violinist - Violist - Composer

The versatile violinist, JOSH HENDERSON is quickly gaining international recognition as a musician for all seasons. He has performed classical music in venues all over the world including prestigious European concert halls such as The Gasteig in Munich, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center in our nation's capitol, Beijing's Forbidden City, as well as high energy electric violin performances in iconic venues of popular music such as Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom, Webster Hall, Le Poisson Rouge, and Highline Ballroom among others. [More...]

Achia Floyd, the founder of Terpsichore Winds

Although Achia Floyd holds an MM in flute performance from the University of Missouri - Kansas City - Conservatory of Music and Dance, she also plays the violin, cello, and piano. She won her first composition competition at age 8 through the National Federation of Music Clubs. Her performances with the Imani WInds as a member of Terpsichore Winds at their Carnegie Hall will never be forgotten by the city of New York and as well as the friends who flew in for the concert.

The Mad Violinist

Six time Grammy nominated, The Mad Violinist, is recognized as one of the world's most beloved violinist and composers. Ireland, Germany, Singapore, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, China, and many other countries recognize him as a 21st Century music industry artist and composer. Everywhere the young mad Violinist plants his feet is blessed because the man has talent. He is also the Artist-In-Residence for the Javacya Arts Conservatory and the Symphony Seven School of Arts and Technology, The Mad Violinist was taught the violin by his mother, professional violinist and founder of the Conservatory Division of Symphony Seven School of Arts and Technology and The Javacya Arts Conservatory, Patrice Floyd. He began his violin studies at age 3. The Mad Violinist plays violin, viola, cello, electric bass, piano, drums, guitar, and many other instruments. He has studied in the US and the UK, and also studied with Eliot Chapo (former concert master of the New York Philharmonic), Ian Jewel (Viola Professor at The Purcell School and former violist of the Gabrielli Quartet), and Matt Glaser at The Berklee School of Music. A lecturer, clinician, arranger, composer, conductor, and CEO of the (former) Symphony Crack Orchestra, is one of the first alumni of Javacya Arts Conservatory. [More...]