Do you know a child who loves to sing?
Welcome to the wonderful world of children singing! The goal of the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus is to introduce and develop a love of artistic singing in the children of the First Coast. Through the rehearsal and performance of music representing many cultures and styles, our world is enriched and expanded. It is our hope that your experience in the JCC will bring rich and lasting memories to you and your family.
While prior musical training is not necessary to participate in the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus, an audition is required. Children will be placed in the appropriate choir group based on their skills, maturity and readiness.
You do not need to bring a prepared audition piece. The audition process is quick and simple. A conductor will listen for the singer’s ability to match pitches, to learn a simple tune, and to hold one’s voice part against others.
Auditions are by appointment only. Visit the website at http://www.JaxChildrensChorus.org/audition or call us to schedule your appointment today.
January 9, 10, 11 from 3-6pm
January 16, 17, 18 from 3-6pm
All auditions will be held at the JCC offices downtown.
JCC – 225 E. Duval Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202
How to make the most out of life will be explored at Lifetree Café at the Mary L. Singleton Senior Center on Thursday, January 11th at 12:45 PM. The program, titled “Make the Most of Your Life: A Perspective That Will Change Your Life…Forever,” features a filmed interview with Tony Melendez, a professional guitarist who was born without arms. Like us on Facebook/LTCHopeJax.
How to make the most out of life will be explored at Lifetree Café at the Southeast Regional Library Branch, Conference Room A on Thursday, January 11th at 6:45PM. The program, titled “Make the Most of Your Life: A Perspective That Will Change Your Life…Forever,” features a filmed interview with Tony Melendez, a professional guitarist who was born without arms. Like us on Facebook/LTCHopeJax.
The FIRST COAST BATTLE of THE BANDS
BANDS: FAMU MARCHING 100, BCU WILDCATS, TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY, TALLADEGA UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND, EWC TRIPLE THREAT MARCHING BAND, RAINES HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND, RIBAULT HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND, LEE HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND AND MANY MORE TBD
UNF- Jacksonville, FL
Healthy Communication teaches a skill-based approach to communication that helps couples recognize when their communication style is a problem develop the ability to feel genuine empathy for their partner instead of resentment, and express themselves in a healthy way so their thoughts and feelings can be clearly understood.
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Join us at the Hall of Fame for a special Speaker Series featuring 72-time LPGA champion Annika Sorenstam. Annika will share some of her greatest career moments and discuss her motivation behind the ANNIKA Foundation and the ANNIKA Invitational tournament, which is being held at the World Golf Village’s Slammer & Squire golf course January 12-15. Check out artifacts from her illustrious career and enjoy an autograph signing with Annika after the event.
The event will begin on Saturday, January 13th at 2PM. The event is included in Museum admission. Visit http://www.worldgolfhalloffame.org for more details.
We will be honoring black men in the community who are successful in their fields, but also take time to give back to their communities. In addition to the awards, we’ll also have vendors and an art exhibit. The vendors and artists will all be black men also. We want this whole night to be about encouraging and uplifting our brothers.