Javacya 2020-22 “Music Is A Movement Concert and Recital Series” Begins

The Series Includes Performances by:

  • Kazdn Harrison, Age 11, Solo Recital, Violin, Bryce Looney, Age 15, Solo Recital, Violin, A Solo Recital, 10-4-20 – 4:00 PM – Virtual Studio
  • Recital Special Guest – Hope Ward, Age 16, Viola

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October 4, 2020

After Student Solo Recital

A Tribute Concert

Unforgettable

Remembering the Grieving Families and Their Loved Lost Ones
Victims of COVID-19 featuring:

  • Khari Joyner, Cello
  • Amber Den Exter, Cello
  • Ralph Jean-Paul, Tuba
  • Glacia Robinson, Alto
  • Darryl Tookes, Tenor
  • Marcus Rhodes, Baritone
  • Waldron Dunkley, Trombone
  • Portia Lundy-Dunkley, Bass

Javacya Symphony Orchestra

Although works from a variety of composers, the Javacya Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to:

  • Fund the operations of the Javacya Arts Conservatory
  • Enlarge the performance platform for Black and Latinx classically trained artists and feature soloists and ensembles from all ethnicities with the orchestra
  • Perform music by composers from the African Diaspora
  • Collaborate with rising and prominent Black and Latinx composers from all continents
  • Perform all genres of music
  • Feature rising and prominent guests’ conductors from the States and abroad

Rising Black and Latinx Composers Initiative

The first of 2020-21 Rising Black and Latinx Composers Initiative is  Kenneth Hills. Mr. Hills is a twenty-year-old aspiring engineer, violinist, and budding composer. The former concertmaster of the Javacya Elite Chamber Orchestra and the Tallahassee Youth Chamber Orchestra. Kenneth is a senior engineering major at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.