DC Jazz Festival

The DC Jazz Festival's Education Program is our arts education initiative that encourages young people to get "jazzed" about learning. The DCJF Education Program offers free concerts, workshops, and master classes for more than 5,000 young people each year. Programs are held in partnership with DC public schools, the Phillips Collection, Sitar Arts Center, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Children’s National Health System, THEARC, and others. View their website.


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Presented by: DC Jazz Festival
DC Jazz Festival presents NYU Steinhardt School Jazz Studies Director, Dr. Dave Schroeder's Blues Harp Workshop. Dr. Schroeder will guide students through an engaging and interactive lesson on the history of blues music and the blues harp. Students in attendance will receive their very own blues harp.
Dates: 9/26/17
Time: 11:00 AM
Length of Event: 60-90 minutes
Location: NYU DC Auditorium
1307 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Discipline: Music, Music History
Curriculum Connections: History/Geography, Performing Arts, Music
Grades: 4

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