Javacya exists to provide a safe space for BIPOC students to take advantage of quality music education.
Whether through music, medicine, law, or other areas, students will have the ability to make meaningful and positive contributions to society.
While pursuing our mission, Javacya values BIPOC contributions to the arts, discipline, integrity, and respect.
"We provide quality music education supported by ticket sales, grants, individual donors, and supplemented by net income from individual and group music instruction."
Patrice Floyd is the founder of Javacya Arts Conservatory, Javacya Elite Chamber Orchestra, Florida Society Youth Orchestra, and several other orchestras in the tri-State area. As a respected violinist, teacher, and Conservatory director, she is a leading advocate in the States and abroad for shaping lives through the arts. As an artist, the fantastic Alphonse Carlo said about Patrice Floyd, ". . . fine interpreter of music, great stage presence!"
The versatile violinist, Josh Henderson is quickly gaining international recognition as a musician for all seasons.
Through the National Federation of Music Clubs of America young Floyd won her first composition competition at age 8.
Six time Grammy nominated, The Mad Violinist, is recognized as one of the world’s most beloved young violinist and composers.
Kazdn finds the violin a most challenging instrument but appreciates the beauty of its sound and its role within the tapestry of the orchestra.
Bryce is a member of the 1st violin section of the Javacya Elite Chamber Orchestra for the 2020-21 season.
Zion is a Javacya Elite Chamber Orchestra member and the Lincoln High School Orchestra.
Phillip is a prodigy violinist and has a beautiful spirit. He is a student of violinist Patrice Floyd at Javacya Arts Conservatory.