Fellowship Artists in the Baker Baum Hall


Summer Jazz Academy
Join Jazz at Lincoln Center for its first-ever Free Summer Jazz Academy!

Open to jazz fans of all skill levels, ages 12 and up, participants will enjoy a unique learning experience as world-class musicians share their insights throughout this two-week program.



Register now for ChIMES@Home Summer 2020.

This 8-week “Childhood Introduction to Music Education, with Smiles” session is for parents/caregivers and kids ages 0-5 (and any other members of your household that would like to join in the fun too)! You and your little one will share meaningful music-making experiences together at home. Interactive, LIVE, online classes and creative videos will have you singing, dancing, playing instruments, and learning new skills.

Session includes:

  • 2 live-streaming classes each week
  • New video posted every week, plus at-home musical activities, tips and resources
  • 1 instrument kit per family
  • On-demand access to all ChIMES videos and live class recordings
  • 1 live “ChIMES Check-In” session

Dates: Jun. 22-Aug. 14
Cost: $125 per family

Register Online

En Casa Con Sonia

Join Latin Grammy nominee, Sonia De Los Santos from home with En Casa con Sonia! Sing along to her beloved songs, learn about the stories that inspire her music, and get to know the work of some of her favorite artists.

Acompaña a Sonia ¡desde casa! Canta sus canciones, aprende sobre las historias que inspiran su música y conoce el trabajo de algunos de sus artistas favoritos.

Jazzy Ash’s Audible Original is Available Now For FREE

Ashli St. Armant, aka Jazzy Ash, released her first Audible Original audiobook, Viva Durant and the Secret of the Silver Buttons, to rave reviews and now it’s available for free on Audible Discover while schools are closed! Featuring a determined young heroine, a jazzy score and the vibrancy of New Orleans, this is a mystery story for young and old alike!


Okee Dokee Brothers Through The Woods

In May of 2013, The Okee Dokee Brothers hiked sections of the Appalachian Trail. During their month-long journey on the trail, they camped, hiked, and composed the songs that make up the album, Through the Woods. This 50-minute movie details their adventure with interviews, music videos, and other shenanigans set in the Appalachian wilderness.

Little ones looking for more?

We’re excited to share these new online initiatives from the Dandelion Artists roster to help spread a little music, adventure, and sunshine to all the kiddos out there, and their grownups too. 


Dance for PD, a program of the Mark Morris Dance Group, is providing on-demand access to their full digital class library, free of charge in addition to live-streamed community meet-ups for shared conversation and movement experiences.

Check their site weekly for updated schedules of live-streamed classes.


As we are dealing with this strange time, we need to do things to keep our spirits up and nurture the creative spirit. Since all of Cybele Peña’s workplaces have been closed, she has used creativity to overcome fear and sadness and wants to share with you what she is working on.

Dance with Miss Cybele online via:

  • live zoom classes for both adults and children
  • donation-based, pre-recorded dance tutorials for big kids through adults to learn dances alone or together
  • a package of six, 40-minute classes for younger kids (ideal for preschool through about 3rd grade, but it’s flexible and families are encouraged to join in the silly fun.) They include new choreography in each lesson, a guided warmup, some creative games, and a story or reflection time. The lessons are released on Tuesday and Friday and then the kids can watch and re watch each lesson as many times as they like!

transcenDANCE welcomes individuals of all ages and all types, shapes and sizes of families to participate in a fun, lively and expressive movement experience with the talented, fun-loving Teaching Artist, Cybele Pena.

Intergenerational Family Dance is an opportunity to get your groove on to some good tunes where people of all ages can shake off the worries of the day and get your blood flowing in a playful and rhythmic way!


Our work is made possible by the contributions of individuals and institutions who believe in our mission – To enhance the vitality and deepen the cultural life of San Diego by presenting and producing a dynamic range of performing arts for our increasingly diverse community.

We hope that you enjoy these LJMS performances and highlights. Please consider supporting us in any amount that feels comfortable to you, so that we can continue to inspire and educate our audiences. Just click the button below or call Development Director, Ferdinand Gasang at 858.212.3724.