Children’s/Family Orchestral/ Jazz/Caribbean Music Concerts

Available for coming seasons

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Attn: Re Request for Participation and Services

Past Music venues featuring performances  with J’miah Nabawi as guest narrator/performer include Miami Jazz Ensemble, Miami, FL; The John Coltrane Society, Philadelphia, PA; Juan Montoya Martin del Campo y Guitarra Clásica presentan  “Una noche de guitarra y canción internacional,” Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico; and Gulfstream Educational Music Series for the Savannah Music Festival,  Savannah, GA

J'miah Nabawi in rehearsal with concert pianist William DeVan for Savannah Music Festival's Parade of Animals concert
J’miah Nabawi in rehearsal with concert pianist William DeVan for the 2006 Savannah Music Festival’s Parade of Animals Concert featuring the stories of Peter and the Wolf and Babar the Baby Elephant

See the source imageSavannah Music Festival presents 10 free educational concerts, including five Savannah debuts, for area students. Each concert will take place at 11 a.m. in either Trustees Theater or the Lucas Theatre for the Arts. Acclaimed artists and local music educators will perform and describe their musical background, the history of their musical genre, and their professional experiences. Each program is offered at no cost to schools. Teachers will receive curriculum-based lesson plans before attending the concerts. Top performances include: March 19: “A Parade of Animals” (grades 2-5): “Peter and the Wolf” narrated by J’miah Nabawi and accompanied by the Savannah Sinfonietta Chamber Players and “The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant” accompanied by concert pianist William DeVan.


J’miah Nabawi is Cotorra Cubana in Neri Torres’ “El Guije que Queria Ir a la Escuela,” Miami, FL

“Cuenta Cuentos” (Storytelling) and musical explorations with renown Afro-Cuban dancer and choreographer,

Neri Torres and her internationally acclaimed Ife-Ile Afro-Cuban Dance and Music Ensemble