Chicken Bone Beach Historical Foundation, Inc. Hosts Youth Jazz Institute


Gary Osby and the Juneteenth Ensemble of Adam Faulk, Jonathan Michel and Khary Abdul Shadeed perform at the Juneteenth Jazz at the Park Celebration on Sunday, June 20.

ATLANTIC CITYChicken Bone Beach Historical Foundation will be hosting its annual Youth Jazz Institute for young people 9 to 21 years old beginning July 5, the organization said.

The foundation said it will also include new digital recording education programs.

“We know the last year and a half has been difficult, so let’s get our youth involved and active in building a musical skill,” the foundation said in a statement. “We have programs for students, aged 9 to 21. Flexible instruction times are available.”

The summer program will run from July 5-Aug. 21 and will include individual and group instruction in all of the programs. Instructors will provide service in-person and/or virtually. The programs provide the basics, as well as enhance skills for experienced students.

Instrument lesson programs include:

  • Piano
  • Guitar
  • Violin
  • Drum kit
  • Saxophone
  • Electric/upright bass
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet
  • Flute 

The institute offers a state-of-the-art, full-service recording studio with full live band recording capabilities and top-of-the-line engineering software.

“Our young students will learn a variety of aspects of audio engineering, from recording and mixing to how to use different plug-ins,” the foundation said. “Our experienced instructors provide programs that will offer guidance for beginners and enhanced skills for the rising stars.”

The digital recording lesson programs include:

  • Multi-Track Recording
  • Music Production
  • Mixing/editing
  • Beat-making
  • Mastering

For more information, email: or call 609-841-6897. Free lesson programs are available for qualified students.

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