Individuals, bands, orchestras
Drummer/composer LaFrae Sci believes music can heal the world and is trying to do her part one day at a time. LaFrae is a full time musician who is committed to keeping the language and history of the Negro Spirituals, Blues and Jazz alive! In doing so LaFrae has had the pleasure of presenting clinics and workshops at special events, Elementary schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, Universities and summer music programs internationally.
LaFrae is available to lead, originate, collaborate, and curate workshops and educational programs. She has an extensive background creating effective and transformative experiences on a global scale. She has implemented potent music programs in Guatemala, Siberia, Russia, among many other countries, and throughout America. Previously, LaFrae was an educational consultant for Jazz at Lincoln Center, curriculum writer and director of JALC’s Middle School Jazz Academy Brooklyn Chapter; she has spearheaded multiple programs at the legendary Apollo Theater; she is also a founding teaching member of the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls in N.Y.C.; and she has served as a guest clinician for Carnegie Hall. She brings to her educational work a historical grounding in a variety of cultures; 30 years of working as a professional musician; and a deep understanding of community and curriculum building.
For booking inquiries or more information about workshops, masterclasses or private study, please contact LaFrae.