Afro-Caribbean Jazz Apprenticeship
Classes start in February 13, 2018
Dates and Times: M, T, W – 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Instructor: Roy McGrath
Ages 14-18 (must be in high school).
Phone number: 773-698-6004
Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center
4048 W. Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60639
The Afro-Caribbean Jazz Ensemble program provides the opportunity to expand on the fundamentals of the Jazz and Afro-Latin traditions of the Caribbean. The Afro-Caribbean Jazz Ensemble is an introduction, for teens with some musical experience, to the next level of concepts that are essential for aspiring musicians looking into World Music performance. Fill out application here. Search for Afro-Caribbean Jazz, Instructor Roy McGrath.
Graduates from this program are regularly invited to perform in professional gigs with SRBCC’s family of artists and instructors.
Earn cash while you learn!
Teens in our programs earn stipends.
For teens who successfully meet certain program requirements (including attendance and participation), After School Matters provides them with a monetary stipend.
|Summer||$336 – $725|
|School Year||$275 – $425 (per session, Fall and/or Spring)|
Stipends lower participation barriers, reinforce the importance of dedicated participation and hard work in programs, and make an economic impact on teens, their families and communities. Providing stipends to our teens empowers them and reinforces the value of their time and efforts.