Monday, November 23, 2015

Overtown Holiday Spectacular!

10th Anniversary Special 
Community Arts Program (CAP)
Overtown Holiday Spectacular! 

Presents Local Children and Youth

Children and youth from throughout Miami
bring a spirited holiday program of classical, jazz, and pop styles.

4:00 p.m., Sunday, December 13 within Overtown's Historic St. Agnes' Episcopal Church (1750 NW 3rd Avenue 33136), the holiday season will be ushered in for the tenth year by a  spirit-filled holiday concert event, the Community Arts Program (CAP) Overtown Holiday Spectacular! Amidst a mix of Neo-Classical- and Mission-style designs, the home of one of Miami's oldest African-American congregations is the location for an exceptional afternoon of music, followed by a celebratory reception.

This FREE event is presented by the Community Arts Program (CAP) after-school Conservatory for the Arts and features its CAP Young Musicians' String Consorts, Chamber Ensemble, and CAP Miami Jazz Institute Jazz PREP Band and ALL-STAR Jazz Ensemble. CAP children and youth, including vocalists and faculty from throughout Miami, perform a program of classical, jazz, and pop styles, with newly-arranged holiday favorites and fun surprises hosted by local CBS4 Sports Anchor, Jim Berry. It's a perfect family event that concludes with a fully-orchestrated grand sing-along to usher in the most awesome holiday season of the year!

The Community Arts Program (CAP) Overtown Holiday Spectacular! 10th Anniversary Special  is made possible with the support of the following sponsors: The Historic St. Agnes' Episcopal Church; The Links, Incorporated, Greater Miami Chapter; WLRN Public Radio; CBS4WDNA 88.9 FM; South Florida Times; the John S. and James L. Knight FoundationThe Children's Trust, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners; and Coral Gables Congregational United Church of Christ.

About the Community Arts Program (CAP)
The Community Arts Program provides South Florida with an expanding array of educational and culturally-enriching experiences through its critically-acclaimed Summer Concert Series and award-winning after-school Conservatory for the Arts.

The Community Arts Program (CAP) Conservatory for the Arts provides affordable one-on-one instrument training, written and aural music theory education, performance forums, evaluations, and participation in active-learning ensembles for a diversity of Miami-Dade County children and youth. More at

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