Jecorey "1200" Arthur is an award-winning music educator, composer, performer, and community organizer from Louisville, KY. He earned his BME and MAT in Music Education at the University of Louisville while studying percussion with Dr. Greg Byrne. As an educator he has taught music to thousands of students in Jefferson County Public Schools, Boys and Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana, Cabbage Patch Settlement House, and many other youth organizations. As a performer he has played Forecastle Festival and New York City’s 92nd Street Y, as well as stages with the Louisville Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Nashville Symphony, and Columbus Symphony. As a community organizer he has produced countless of events that range from the pop-up art and music plaza ReSurfaced to the Speed Art Museum grand reopening. Arthur is currently the Music Education Manager at 90.5 WUOL Classical Louisville, Professor of Percussion Studies at Simmons College of Kentucky, and a member of Chicago’s IMAN Artist Roster, which features artists working at the intersection of culture, social justice and community. Follow 1200 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube @1200LLC
1200LLC is an events company specializing in community organizing. Some services include event consultation, curation, event planning, talent buying, event management, and audio production. We have curated all types of events from the pop-up plaza ReSurfaced to the Speed Art Museum's gala and 30-hour grand reopening. We are dedicated to giving performers career-building opportunities, making events memorable through hiring the highest quality of talent, and bridging cultures through rich programming and placemaking. 1200LLC is your answer to all musical needs for any genre and any age, at any price.
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