Founded in 1981, Javacya Arts Conservatory (JAC) is a college preparatory institute for ages 3 to 18. A leading advocate for diversity and inclusion in the performing arts in the States and abroad, JAC consistently provides life developing opportunities through formal training and discipline through music.
Javacya exists to provide a safe space for BIPOC students to take advantage of quality music education.
Whether through music, medicine, law, or other areas, students will have the ability to make meaningful and positive contributions to society.
While pursuing our mission, Javacya values BIPOC contributions to the arts, discipline, integrity, and respect.
“We provide quality music education supported by ticket sales, grants, individual donors, and supplemented by net income from individual and group music instruction.”
For nearly four decades, the Javacya Arts Conservatory (JAC), a music institute, has provided state-of-the-art training and experiences in music education and orchestral performance. Internationally renowned faculty such as Eliot Chapo, (former concertmaster/New York Philharmonic) Cellist Mark Chambers (York University), Richard Karl (Miami Philharmonic) Moises Molina (University of Alabama) have been a part of the fabric that has produced Grammy-nominated artists like violinist/composer Ashanti Floyd (The Mad Violinist), Joshua Henderson (NYU/Warp Trio), and others. Javacya’s collaboration with the Roya
Feb 24, 2022