Performing Arts

March 11, 2015 5:01 PM

Miami Music Project sets concerts, James Judd boot camp

Miami Music Project founder James Judd will lead the group’s Leaders Orchestra boot camp on Friday at Citrus Grove Middle School, site of one of the group’s after-school programs. Judd, the music director of the Little Orchestra Society and the Israel Symphony as well as the former music director of the Florida Philharmonic, will offer a free intensive orchestra workshop for Project musicians ages 9 to 17.

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