Your Jazz Fest Dollars At Work 2

New Workshops for Teens in Music Production

Classes start Feb. 24 for our new workshops for teenagers in music production. Learn how to work in a recording studio or how to mix sound for a live concert.
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New Workshops for Teens in Music Production

Sync Up Goes Year-Round

Our Sync Up music business conference will no offer free, monthly workshops on how to navigate today's entertainment industry. On Feb. 28, music manager Elliot Roberts will be interviewed by Tom Petty biographer Warren Zanes.
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Sync Up Goes Year-Round

Congo Square Rhythms Festival

The 11th annual Congo Square Rhythms Festival features the Rebirth Brass Band, a battle of Mardi Gras Indians, special performances of African Dance and much, much more. March 3-4 in Armstrong Park. Free admission!
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Congo Square Rhythms Festival

Grants for School Arts Programs

School-based arts programs are invited to apply for funding through our Community Partnership Grants program. The deadline to apply is May 14.
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Grants for School Arts Programs

Crucifixion Resurrection

Composer Hannibal Lokumbe and visual artist Steve Prince will unveil a series of works that honors the souls of the victims of the bombing at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, on Sept. 15, 1963. Featuring an interview with the lone surviving witness, Sara Collins.
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Crucifixion Resurrection
Foundation Calendar

Sync Up Workshop - Keynote with Elliot Roberts and Panel on Booking A Tour

Wednesday, Feb 28, 2018
5:30 – 7:30 PM

2018 Congo Square Rhythms Festival

Mar 3–4, 2018

Panel Discussion: I Remember Birmingham

Friday, Mar 9, 2018
6:30 – 9:00 PM

Moving Heritage Forward Campaign

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