Youth Music Program Planned for Summer 2017

Youth Music Summer Program

Feb 28, 2017

Mrs. Elke, Jubilee Symphony Orchestra Conductor and Adviser/Director for Jubilee Youth Summer Program, was introduced to Jubilee's vision of reaching the youth by offering musical programs to the St. Louis community. 

First, Mrs. Elke and Aria will be in charge of recruiting music teachers for the wonderful program. Jubilee Symphony Orchestra conductors will develop a vast network to create a summer music program with great resources.

After confirming the teachers, Jubilee World will recruit young people through school connections, as well as design the music program details.

The Youth Summer Program is planned to launch in June. It will be a two week program, Monday through Friday, for 3 hours daily. The detailed schedule will be announced in March. Jubilee will offer to the participants beginner and intermediate Private Music Lessons, Ensemble, Choir, Performance, and will also design Language Classes, such as Spanish and Chinese. 

For more information conatct music@jubileeworld.org.

 

 

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