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(718) 658-7400

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161-04 Jamaica Ave,
Jamaica, NY 11432, USA

©2018 by Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL)

ALL SHOWS START AT 10:30AM
$7/General Admission; $5/per student (every 8 students receive 1 free chaperon.)

A deposit of $50 is required at the time of the reservation. We also accept NYCDOE purchase orders and BOCES contracts.

To make reservation, please contact Patrick Scorese, Associate Director for Education at pscorese@jcal.org or 718.658.7400 x 144

Students learn games and songs in Spanish based on the musical styles and traditions of the Andes, the Spanish Caribbean, Central and South America, Spain and Mexico. Students will also play an extensive collection of authentic percussion instruments and dance as they explore different carnival traditions. Create a rainforest soundscape and play along with Surcari!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Meet the characters of E.T.A. Hoffman’s original story of The Nutcracker, as our dynamic storyteller dramatizes the tale to the sounds of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, played by a woodwind quintet. The program explores the magic of music by using the children’s imagination to compose a drama, picking the musical themes to match the characters. 

Sylvan Winds Quintet and Scottie Davis
Thursday, December 12, 2019

When mad scientist Dr. Loboto tries to take over the world, the kids in the audience must put their knowledge of S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) to the test! Everyone participates in the most outrageous multi-media game show ever, as they conduct experiments, solve clues, and figure out riddles while trying to thwart Dr. Loboto’s hilarious nefarious plans for world domination!

Page Turner Adventures
Thursday, January 16, 2020

This groundbreaking assembly focuses on student involvement in the American Civil Rights movement through dance, audience participation, and a variety of interactive activities. They tackle racism, segregation, and the struggle for freedom in a safe, family friendly atmosphere of Hip Hop. Students hear the words of Dr. King, learn how nonviolent direct action helped end segregation, and experience firsthand the power of unity and diversity.

The Hip Hop Fundamentals
Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Celebrate creativity!  In a world that seems dark and scary find the light and how to use it!  Through puppetry the students will explore how their own unique creativity is a force that can change the world one person at a time.

Medieval Robots
Tuesday, March 10, 2020

VG/DE creates interactive dances that encourage creativity, discovery and inquiry among young audience members, engaging them in arts & culture programs in their own neighborhoods and schools. "Wild Kingdom" is a nonsense amalgamation of movement, animal behaviors, facial expressions, and sounds: daily life executed as a playful rite in the animal kingdom.

Dance Entropy
Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Join the Carnival Trio in this highly interactive program. Swing and sway to the music of the islands. Learn about the culture of the Caribbean, the origins of steel drum music, and how the steel drums are constructed from recycled materials.

Carnival Trio

Thursday, May 21, 2020

JCAL offers custom-designed workshop in dance, theater, music and visual arts to school and other organizations. Led by professional teaching artists, JCAL's in-school residency workshops supplement school curricula and organizational themes, by using arts to reinforce learning. 

In School Residency/Workshop Programs

CONTACT OUR EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Call 718.658.7400 x 144 or email: pscorese@jcal.org to book a school trip