Jazzonian will be attending the Jazz Education Network Conference in Dallas, TX
"Jazz has the potential to inspire many people of different cultures, " said Bobby Ramirez, Founder and President of Jazzonian, who will be attending the Jazz Education Network Conference this week in Dallas, TX. Founded in 2009 as an educational cultural arts museum initiative, the Jazz Museum of Florida, Inc (dba Jazzonian) was established as a not-for-profit public charity organization. Go to www.Jazzonian.org
Recently, Ramirez founded the Jazzonian Kids Club, a fun experiential arts education program that inspires and reinforces family values, creativity, perseverance, positive self-esteem, freedom of expression, leadership, and community service.
"Part of our mission is to inspire, empower, and give love and happiness to 1, 000, 000 kids and families per year, said Bobby Ramirez, who is also an accomplished Jazz saxophonist and flutist.
Kids are inspired to learn about Jazz and music appreciation as part of various interactive fun activities—including: team-building, music games, drum & rhythm circle, music appreciation, drawing, dancing, singing, creative writing, poems, puppet show, theater, storytelling, listening parties, film festival, play an instrument, start a Jazz band ensemble, and more!
Jazzonian Kids Club, as well as the Jazz Museum of Florida permanent exhibit is located on the campus of Excelsior Language Academy k-8 Charter School, 369 East 10th Street, Hialeah, Florida 33010. All visits currently by appointment. To schedule a group tour or school field trip to Jazzonain, call 305-298-2380.
"I would like to bring the Jazzonian Kids Club to young audiences all around the world, especially places and schools where there is no Jazz."
If you are interested in having Jazz musician Bobby Ramirez and the Jazzonian Kids Club as part of your special event, summer camp, festival, or school, contact: 305-298-2380 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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