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Living Your Dreams
 

Become A Partner In The Arts

Music + The Arts = Success

 
Thanks to all who participated in our Jam Session fund raiser.  Check out the photos in our Photo Gallery and watch the site for future Jam Sessions!

 

 
 

Upcoming Events

October 18, 2008

"The Nativity" Auditions

Details in center column.

November 6, 2008

Living Your Dreams Fundraiser

Details in center column. 

Support Muzika by sponsoring this event!

December 13, 2008

"The Nativity"

Presented in collaboration with the Cincinnati Black Theater Company.

Watch this site for updated information.

 

Check out Jam Session Photos.

Read our latest Muzika Newsletter.

 

Springfield City Schools

Educational Enrichment

For

Grades 1-8

Students will receive instruction in reading and math as well as enrichment activities provided by Muzika, Inc. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Students will be picked up and dropped off at their home school by Springfield City Schools.

Click here for more details.

Click here to read the Springfield News Sun article about the Hometown Heroes Benefit Concert.

Click here to see the photo gallery on the Springfield News Sun website.

John Legend

Vaughn Anthony Stephens

Griffin House

Ryan Clay with Callahan

Par Tolliver with the combined North/South Choir

 

Every Wednesday, 7-9 PM

Muzika Youth Topical Talk

Family Life Center

St. John's Missionary Baptist Church

 

Check Out Photos Of Our Events

Memorial Day Parade 2007

New Features On Our Site!  Click on "Invest In The Dream" to conveniently and securely contribute to Muzika!!

Par and St. John's Choir Perform on Good Morning America

 

Robin Roberts was in Springfield, Oh. and stopped by St. John Missionary Baptist church. She was traveling across Ohio covering the Presidential Campaign.
 
She wanted to visit a church and contacted Pastor Brown of St. John's Missionary Baptist Church.  He called on Par to put a choir together.  They sang for Ms. Roberts and discussed the concerns that are influencing their votes for the Presidential election.

 

Click on this link to see Par and St. John's Choir on Good Morning America.

 

 

 

Living Your Dreams

 Fundraiser

Thursday November 6, 2008

6:00 PM

St. John Missionary Baptist Church

34 W. Pleasant St. in the lower level of the church.

Thanks to all who joined us on Thursday November 6 for a fundraising production, Living Your Dreams.  This was more of a production than a banquet.  Dinner was served and we honored the following supporters:

Min. Arlin "Par" Tolliver

Jim Kincaid

Dr. Mohammed

Miguel Ten

Elder Eli Williams

Congressman Dave Hobson

Jake Bonham

 

Jam Session

Come one come all to Muzika Jam Session at Un Mundo Cafe, 801 W. Main St., across from 800 Paint Place and in back of Grismer Tire. Open to the family and any singer, musician, or anyone who would like music and poetry.
 
Un Mundo sells all types of coffees, smoothies, sandwiches and pastries. There is no cost to get in, donation only, give if you like. Come and do something new and different, come and have some fun with old friends and make new friends. Please invite everyone you know and join us for a great Jam Session.

Next Jam Session first Saturday of the month, 6-10 PM.

Click here to see recent Jam Session photos!

Check our calendar for jam session fund raisers.  Lots of fun for all!  Help support Muzika while enjoying a great night out with the family.

Contact for information:

Min. Arlin Par Tolliver Sr. (937) 624-4294

Arlin "Par" Tolliver Has A Vision

He wants to revitalize your dreams.

He wants to bring that creative side out of you while allowing you to fulfill your dream. 

All of your life you've wanted to dance, sing, play an instrument, perform on stage or speak in public. 

Par realizes that many have childhood dreams which for one reason or another were never able to be accomplished.

Par's vision, Muzika Inc., will give you and your family a chance to pursue those dreams.  It's never too late.  Muzika is a creative voice in performing arts.

In an effort to provide spiritual mentorship, Par leads the Muzika Youth Topical Talk and is proud to have baptized five of the group members.

Muzika wants to be an arm to the city and county schools and colleges where students can be encouraged to pursue a future in music or the arts once they realize their potential in their chosen fields.

John Legend Supports Muzika

 

Save The Music

Muzika shares a similar goal with the Save The Music program sponsored by VH1.  Save The Music is revitalizing the music programs in public schools across the country.  Muzika's goals include other arts programs as well as music, but both programs want to make the arts available to all who have a desire to learn.  Did you know that children who study music do better in math and other subjects as well?  Click on the link below to see the public service announcement by John Legend, John Mayer and many other music artists.

VH1 Save The Music

 

Become a Mentor or Mentee

Complete an online application or print and mail a form to send to Muzika to participate in our programs.

Online Mentor Application

Online Mentee Application

Printed Forms:

Mail to P O Box 1382

Springfield, OH 45501

Mentor Application

Mentee Application

 

 

 

  

Click on the symbol below to visit our gallery, where you can see photos and listen to music from some of our programs.

Photo Galleries

 

Our Vision

Muzika, Inc., a multi-cultural organization, will be recognized as the premiere performing and visual arts non-profit organization in Ohio.  Muzika will establish community relationships through collaboration, high quality instructional services and spiritual mentorship.

Our Mission

To provide opportunities for youth and families in Springfield and Clark County, Ohio through the performing and visual arts to discover, develop, and enhance one's artistic dreams.

Muzika In The Press

Poverty and foreclosures targeted at civil rights lunch

January 13, 2007

Springfield News Sun

Program honoring King takes symphony to people

January 11, 2007

Springfield News Sun

Donate Musical Instruments

Many people have a passion for the arts.  Often children try out an art, such as playing a musical instrument, then realize it's not what they want to pursue.  Many parents are then left with used musical instruments that are not being played any longer.  Donate your used instruments to Muzika to help another child who cannot afford to purchase one.  We are currently looking for brass instruments, trumpets, saxophone, trombones,
drum sets, Hammond B3, A100, C3, organs, with Hammond Leslie's Speakers. 
Muzika is a 501(c)3 organization and donations may be tax deductible.  Contact Par Tolliver for more details. 

 

 
 
 
 

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