This program provides complimentary performance tickets for the JAS June and Labor Day Experiences and the JAS Café to teachers and students throughout the Roaring Fork Valley school districts.
This Summer Camp consists of one-week sessions targeted toward applied techniques for intermediate, and advanced players. JAS brings in faculty from CU as well as local musicians. Summer Camp will run July 12-24th, Monday – Friday 10am – 3pm – in person (subject to change). To register please fill out a registration form here. The 2021 The tuition
Stuff for Students supports local schools through instrument and equipment grants and funds to repair broken instruments throughout the school year. See how you can help.
The objective of the JAS Instructor Assistance Program is to provide public music teachers with administrative assistance from an upper-level student, thereby allowing them more time to focus on teaching/lesson plans/etc. vs. the administrative tasks that are often so overwhelming. JAS encourages teachers to choose students who could use the benefit of a paid position,
The goal of this program is to help local students and families financially to acquire intermediate to professional quality instruments so they will be better equipped to succeed in their musical goals. Families apply for available funds and are eligible to receive assistance of up to 50% of the cost of a new instrument. If
Sonic Showdown is a showcase for young musical talent from Aspen to Rifle. This is a unique opportunity to show off what you can do! All forms and genres of music are welcome: DJs, bands, soloists, vocalists, rappers, collaborations, etc.! Next Sonic Showdown TBD.
A two-day weekend event open to all female instrumentalists/vocalists of any ability level ages 10-18. Intentions are to provide young female jazz musicians high quality educational experiences in an environment that gives them a sense of belonging and community, a safe place to explore their artistic selves, and extra support and enlarged context for the
Pays to Play is a private lesson fund allowing Roaring Fork Valley youth to take private music lessons in any discipline from a local instructor recommended by JAS. JAS pays for 3 hours of lessons to increase opportunities for music education, while supporting the economy of local musicians. If you would like to have your
JAS has partnered with the JFMAF Scholarship Fund to increase awareness and reach of their scholarships, and to co-present new programming creating more opportunities for students to expand their drive and expertise in the medium of sound. The fund’s goal is to award scholarships to high school graduates who show exceptional promise in the medium
The Faculty Assistance Program provides funding to bring local musicians into classrooms to offer student assistance in an instrument that is not their teacher’s discipline or in classes that are so large instructors aren’t able to offer the individual assistance that may be needed. A portion of the Faculty Assistance budget was graciously granted by