PROJECT

LISTEN


PROJECT

LISTEN


Project Listen Sponsors


Mary Virginia Terry
Mayo Clinic
Delores Barr Weaver
Robert Thompson
Rotary Club of West Jacksonville
Jaguar Foundation
St. Vincent’s Healthcare
Carl S. Swisher
Foundation

Presenting Programming for

Project Listen is the FREE Educational Music Outreach Program of Riverside Fine Arts Association. Dynamic in-school performances engage students, sparking interest in a variety of musical genres. Project Listen serves all ages and continues growing to reach new audiences. Contact us for more information on how to schedule a Project Listen program.

Project Listen Partners with Duval County Public Schools

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Riverside Fine Arts Association boasts an extensive roster of professional Jacksonville musicians who are passionate about sharing their love for music with young audiences.

Chroma – Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Drum Set

Program: Trio performance of current music – highlights the importance of teamwork, creativity, and education

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking

Jazz Trio – Piano, Bass, Drum Set

Program: Trio performance – demonstrates the progression of Jazz Music as the only truly American art form

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking

Ohm Glocken Percussion Group – Mixed Percussion

Program: Trio performance of world music-highlights the importance of teamwork and creativity with a variety of percussion instruments

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking

The Tech Trio – Two Flutes and String Bass

Program: Trio performances of music through history as it relates to advances in technology

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking

String Trio – Cello, Violin, Viola

Program: Trio performance of string music through history, spanning Classical to Jazz

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking, (3) chairs

We Three Swing– Ukulele Trio

Program: Trio performance- highlights the versatility of the Ukulele

Technical Needs: (3) chairs

Evolution of Rock ‘N’ Roll– Guitar, Bass Drum Set

Program:

Technical Needs:

Swara Soundscapes– World Instruments

Program: A blend of music from various cultures with Sitar, Bass, Treble Tanpuras, Swaramandala, Drone Harp, Guitar, Bluegrass Dobro, and Hawaiian Lap Steel Guitar.

Technical Needs: (1) chair

Mere Woodward– Guitar, Ukulele

Program: Local singer/songwriter helps children address their feeling and self esteem in a fun, positive way through her eclectic, uplifting, folk music.

Technical Needs: microphone for speaking, (2) chairs


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