Our 279th Performance- Sunday March 10, 2019

2:00 pm, Dixon Hall, Tulane University

Free Admission, Reception to follow

Please join us for an afternoon of music and dance featuring

Ema Grace Madison,  Natalie Boese, Jennifer Qui, Ayi Ekhaese ,Vivien Wang,

Clara Conatser, Mary Clark, Larsen Vincent ,Alex Wang, Diana Claire Ledet ,

Andrew Aceves







2019 Performance Dates

Dixon Hall Auditorium, Tulane University

  • Sunday, March 10, 2019   2:00 pm

  • Sunday, May 5, 2019        2:00 pm

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Congratulations to our 2018 Award Winners!

The Emily Bayle Award
Hanson Lieu, cellist

The Platzer Award
Michael Maurer, guitarist

The John Tobin Award
Jordan Majeau, dancer

The Irving Carr Award
Hannah Wen and Berilian  Karimian, pianists

The Scholarship Award
Grace Collins, violin

The Blanchard Ensemble Award
Isobel Ramsay and Adelaide Rodrigue, dancers

The awards will be presented following
the first concert on March 10, 2019.

2018 Scholarship Award Winner Grace Collins

Congratulations to our performers on the

       278th Concert, Sunday, May 6th, 2018

      Back Row, Left to Right: Berelian Karimian, Sneha Mondal,
Olivia Gilbert, Grace Collins, Jordan Majeau, William Wells
Front Row, Left to Right: Adelaide Rodrigue, Isobel Ramsay,
Ainsley Poche, Hannah Wen, Hanson Lieu

 Mission Statement:

The Junior Philharmonic Society of New Orleans was incorporated as a non-profit, cultural organization in the State of Louisiana in 1948 by Katherine Nolan Kammer. Our mission is to give talented young student instrumentalists, vocalists and dancers an opportunity to perform in a recital held in a professional setting, and to teach music appreciation to children attending the programs. Performers are chosen by audition, and all performances are free and open to the public.

Your financial support is welcome

The Junior Philharmonic Society of New Orleans welcomes tax-deductible contributions from members of the public who want to invest in the cultural future of our city. Contributions are our only means of financial support, so please consider becoming part of an organization that provides performance opportunities to young artists from throughout Louisiana.

Need more info?

Please contact us anytime! Our e-mail address is: contact@jrphilnola.org. Or email Joni Jensen at jjensen@tulane.edu or call 504-862-3218

You can also write to us at our post office box: Junior Philharmonic Society of New Orleans, P.O. Box 13095, New Orleans, LA 70185-3095. We look forward to hearing from you.