EDUCATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

We Embrace And Encourage Arts And Creativity

20210331_The Black Violin_Edward W. Hardy_Guy Rabut
20210331_The Black Violin_Edward W. Hardy_Guy Rabut
 
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OMF's Education Mission

Enrich our communities with educational outreach experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds while emphasizing works composed or performed by BIPOC composers and musicians.

 

Provide unique programs that inspire our youth and further develop their creative minds.

Create life-changing moments and everlasting memories of seeing musicians that look like our communities.

“Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them – a world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human involvement. The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music.”

Gerald Ford

Educational Concert Themes

Iconic Compositions by Women

NYC's Latin Jazz Fusion Music

Juneteenth's Influence on Black Music

World Music and its Impact on Western Music

BIPOC Composers: Classical to the Big Screen
 

We love taking these concerts to your community! School districts, individual schools, and programs that are interested in hosting an Educational Concert should visit our contact info@omnipresentmusicfestival.org for pricing and booking information.

Educational Partners

Boys & Girls Club • Children's Aid Society • Harlem Village Academy

Harlem School of the Arts • Union Settlement Head Start