Jeffersonville Indiana Music
The Falls Ohio Foundation has announced a series of events to raise funds for the Jeffersonville Riverfront Arts and Cultural Center and Friends of Harmony Park. This fundraiser is a great opportunity to enjoy fine wine and delicious food on the historic Jeffersonville riverfront in downtown. There are activities throughout the day, such as a local Celtic band in the afternoon. After a colourful and fun musical experience, head to Harmony Park, which is filled with instruments, and sculptures with umbrellas and murals, for a day of music, art and fun.
The celebrations will take place in Big Four Station Park and will include live music, food and drink and live entertainment. The concert will be broadcast live on the Jeffersonville Riverfront Arts and Cultural Center's YouTube channel and can be accessed via the website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and YouTube. Make it a great place to spend a day of fun and entertainment with the gang in the heart of the historic city center.
The Zoom Dance Party, hosted by the New York Scamper Theatre Company, will be held Saturday, July 8, 7-9 p.m. at the Jeffersonville Riverfront Arts and Cultural Center for fans of all ages. The ten-hour new musical performance also includes live music, food and drink, and a special performance by the band. Need is love in Canada Will also air pre-recorded shows from the show's original cast and crew, as well as a live performance of the new song "Loving Canada."
The event is produced by the New York Scamper Theatre Company, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit. Jeffersonville began life as a settlement at Fort Finney around 1786 and was named after Thomas Jefferson the year he took office. The settlement was built from the fort and was located where the Kennedy Bridge stands today to protect the area from the Indians.
Many of Jeffersonville's most famous figures, such as the betting shops and amusement arcades, were present, earning the city the nickname "Little Las Vegas."
The Civil War increased Jeffersonville's importance, as the city was one of the most important gateways to the South. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad was a link between Louisville and the rest of the South and operated throughout the South.
Jeffersonville Farmers Market is located at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and United States Street, just south of the Jefferson County Courthouse. In 1812, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana was established, which initiated the settlement in Indiana, which was further propelled by the end of the war of 18 December. Indiana spent $8 million and the city of Jeffersville spent an additional $2 million to fund construction of a new town hall, school and public library. The two areas that still needed to be annexed were the city of Louisville and Jefferson City, and Lafayette County, Indiana.
Steve previously led the 1st Prezer Praize Band and will be the musical director of the worship services on Saturday evening. He has toured the United States and Europe and has participated in numerous ensembles, including the U.S. Air Force, National Guard and Army Air Corps. He has also performed as a member of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and at the World Music Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana and in London, England.
He has played saxophone, clarinet and flute in numerous local, regional and national groups, including the Jeffersonville Symphony Orchestra, the 1st Prezer Praize Band and the US Air Force Orchestra. He has performed with such artists as the Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Avenue Q, as well as the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and has also recorded.
He is currently the director of Percussion Studies at Jeffersonville High School, where he is also a member of the school's Marching Band and Percussion Faculty. Most recently, he served as an assistant percussionist at Parkview Middle School in Jefferson County for nine years, where he continues to serve as Marching Percussion Director. He previously held positions at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Indiana State University. His other teaching positions included Marching and Drumming Instructor, Founding Instructor and Deputy Director, and Assistant Professor of Music at St. Joseph's University in Indianapolis, Indiana, in addition to his current position as Percussion Professor at Indiana University - Purdue University Bloomington, a position in which he previously served as Head Percussion Teacher.
After returning to Indiana in 2013, we are honored to be able to bring Steve back into the Jeffersonville Band program. He has performed chamber and ensemble works and made his Carnegie Hall debut in April 2015. His performances include solo performances at the Euphonium in January 2014 and the orchestral work at the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign in October 2014. Brandon can be heard playing with the high school's Marching Band and Percussion Faculty at Jefferson County High School and Parkview Middle School, as well as at St. Joseph's University in Indianapolis.