The mission of JALC is to advance the appreciation and understanding of jazz through performance, education, and preservation activities and to ensure a vibrant future for the art form.
Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Middle School Jazz Academy is a skills- and aesthetic-based music education program that provides direct individual and ensemble training to students ages 11–13.
At Creative Time, we believe the expressive side of humankind should actively participate in shaping society. And we believe that public spaces are places for creativity and freedom of expression.
We provide comprehensive education and performance opportunities to some of the nation's most outstanding young singers, helping them transition from academic training to a successful opera career.
Located at museum sites in La Jolla and San Diego, the mission of MCASD is to serve diverse audiences through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of art created since 1950.
Our mission is to entertain and excite audiences by presenting great classical ballets, historical masterpieces, and new, cutting-edge creations--and to build future ballet artists and audiences.
Essentially Ellington aims to instill a broader understanding of the rich canon of jazz. Duke Ellington’s music is core not only to the jazz canon, but also to America's 20th century musical herita
WeBop is a jazz education program for youngsters 8 months to 5 years of age, providing a creative outlet for children and their caretakers to explore jazz through movement, songs, and storytelling.
Through its Community and Access Program, the Whitney Museum will pilot new programs and expand its reach to those who do not normally have access to cultural resources.
Sorolla and America, The San Diego Museum of Art’s largest and most anticipated exhibition of 2014, will focus on the relationship that the artist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida had with the United Stat