DPAA Educational Programs
Since 1934, the Dayton Philharmonic has provided an introduction to the wonders of classical music through its many Education Programs. Today, we serve over 50,000 children in twelve counties. Last year, members of the orchestra, youth orchestras, and volunteer organization participated in more than 1,200 engagements and partnered with over 250 schools! Beyond Ohio, the League of America Orchestras recognizes the DPAA Education Department and its programs for depth and innovation.
Altogether, we provide a wide selection of programs that suit a variety of education requirements.
Our mission is to bring music to kids in various ways. We want the largest number of children possible to benefit from the considerable advantage of having one of the nation’s best professional symphony orchestras right here in the Miami Valley community.
For more information about DPAA Education Programs go to: daytonperformingarts.org.
Vice President of Learning and Community Engagement
Meet Jeaunita Chateau Olowe
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance has named a new Vice President of Learning and Community Engagement, Jeaunita Chateau Olowe. She comes to her position with a treasure trove of performing arts experience, from dance performance to dance, theater, and fitness education, most recently at Northern Kentucky University School for Theater and Arts. Jeaunita brings with her a passion for the performing arts and arts education. In an interview with Dayton.com she stated, “I’m ecstatic and humbled to be asked to lead the Learning and Community Engagement Programs.” She also said, “We aim to inspire generations of potential artists, community leaders, donors, and patrons.” As DPAA President and CEO Patrick Nugent remarked, “The arts are for everyone, and Jeaunita will be a key player in helping young people and new communities to fall in love with the classical performing arts. She brings extraordinarily broad and deep background to this crucial work.”