A live music anthology tracing the roots and blossoming of an origi-nal American art form that ranks among today’s premier global influences!
Celebrating Lifetimes Dedicated to Orchestrating Bright Futures
Ezra Charles • Archie Bell • Dr. Aubrey Tucker
Eloise Laws • Joe Carmouche • Kyle Turner • Imaj
This star-studded extravaganza will provide the following goals of the Conrad O.
Johnson Music and Fine Arts Foundation’s mission:
· Provide contributions to the music students and families affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey through the Music Instruments Acquisition Program.
· Provide Annual academic scholarships to the student recipients, including the inaugural ‘Miola Laws Scholarship of Achievement.’
· Provide an opportunity for the Houston community to reinvest in local aspiring young musicians to become the best in their chosen genre.
The Conrad O. Johnson Music and Fine Arts Foundation would like to invite you and your family to an evening of Entertainment, Education & Tribute to Who put the "H" in Rhythm and blues? on Saturday November 4, 2017 at 7:30 PM at the World Theater, performance by the Barry Sea Paradox Band where they'll be performing 80 tunes in 2 hours. Net proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to the Conrad O. Johnson Music and Fine Arts Foundation and Fifth Ward Enrichment Program, INC.
To purchase your tickets please visit on http://www.barrysea.com/event/
The Conrad O. Johnson Music and Fine Arts Foundation (COJMFAF) presents “Let the Children Play” ■ Najee ~ Jazz Master Class and Kickoff of the Conrad O. Johnson Music Instrument Acquisition Program at Kashmere High School. This COJMFAF event will provide the following:
A kickoff to address the Music Instruments Acquisition for students challenged by Hurricane Harvey’s devastation.
An opportunity for students to experience hands-on tutelage with the renowned legendary Jazz recording artist, Najee, as the primary clinician.
To enhance students’ music proficiency by accelerating their professional and personal growth, and providing an opportunity to demonstrate the correlation between jazz and academic aptitude.
Provide an opportunity for the Houston community to reinvest in local aspiring young musicians to become the best in their chosen genre.
A Two-Week Summer Music Institute focusing on the Art of Music, Academic Excellence and Musicianship via In-Depth sessions with industry leaders and Daily Music Theory Application with Orchestra Leader William Portis& Artist-In-Residence Joe Carmouche, culminating with a Showcase of Talent Exposé. The $300.00 Tuition includes daily continental breakfast, lunch, class materials, two field trips - one to The Springboard South Music Festival, and The Showcase of Talent Exposé. A donation of $20.00 is requested from attendees of The Showcase of Talent only. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Conrad O. Johnson Music & Fine Arts Foundation’s Education and Outreach Program.
An afternoon of fine dining and outstanding entertainment at the fabulous
The Ballroom at Bayou Place
500 Texas Avenue @ Smith
Houston, Texas 77002
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Join us at The Historic Hermann Park Golf Course to participate in a fun happy hour networking event with Houston area business professionals and political leaders, and play various golf skills challenge games; all to benefit talented Houston-area students of music and fine arts
One of the Houston area’s most anticipated and rewarding golf events for the last 14 years has been the “Save The Music” Golf Classic. This year it’s being held at Quail Valley Country Club in Missouri City, to benefit talented Houston-area students of music and fine arts.
Join the award-winning Regional Youth Orchestra or the Houston All Star Marching Band for the opportunity to perform both locally and nationally.