Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Residency
Learning with JLCO: FREE Virtual Opportunities for All Ages
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra teaches local school children (photo: David Bazemore)
Beyond the Stage
Saturdays, Jan 30 - Mar 20 / 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM PT / Zoom (Online)
WeBop is Jazz at Lincoln Center's award-winning, early-childhood jazz education program for little ones and their parents/caregivers. We strongly believe in children's natural ability to improvise and we are committed to exploring their creativity through fun interactive classes! This 8-class series is for students ages 3-5 years old.
Virtual Interactive WeBop Classes Offer:
8 - 45-minute interactive classes (via Zoom) delivered weekly, Saturdays at 9:30 am PT beginning Jan 30 and ending Mar 20.
A curriculum that combines early-childhood development practices and jazz pedagogy to provide musically authentic experiences.
Weekly classes led by a WeBop teacher, supported by an accompanist on the piano. Additional guest jazz musicians visit twice per term.
Swingin' renditions of your favorite nursery songs.
Intimate class sizes, allowing for direct interaction with your instructor and building a sense of community with fellow families.
Music integrated into each class.
Specific music curriculum and engaging activities designed for each age group.
An opportunity for children and grownups to bond and express themselves together through movement, singing, clapping, and playing small percussion instruments.
Thematic Learning Initiative
Tuesdays, Jan 19 - Feb 23 / 6:30 PM - 8 PM PT / Zoom (Online)
In this Beginner's Guide to Jazz, we'll develop your ears to hear the many intricacies that make this music so endlessly fascinating
and guide you through the history and development of the styles. This 6-class series for adults is taught by
Swing University curator Seton Hawkins
Thu, Feb 4 / 10 AM / Virtual (A&L website)
"Marsalis uses serious scholarship, as well as a loving, commanding tone, to engage the kids and make them shout, whisper,
sing and show their learning." Noozhawk
Let Jazz at Lincoln Center and Wynton Marsalis introduce your students to the infectious energy of swing. Recommended for grades 3-8.
Education Sponsors: William H. Kearns Foundation, Sara Miller McCune, SAGE Publishing, Audrey & Timothy O. Fisher, Connie Frank & Evan Thompson, Dorothy Largay & Wayne Rosing, UCSB Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor, UCSB Students