The latest news and happenings about the Light Up The Queen Foundation!
We at the Light Up The Queen Foundation want to thank everyone who came out and supported another year at Shine A Light! Below is the full stream so you can watch and re-live the fun! For more information about Shine A Light, and if you want to keep tabs for next...
Program held at The Queen from June 9th – 23rd 2019
The Boysie Lowery Living Jazz Residency is a two-week performance and composition project for the next generation of jazz composers aged 17-25, who, with their talent and passion are keeping jazz alive. Applications for June ’19 now being accepted!
The Light Up The Queen Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of Sarah Koon as Executive Director of all programming and operations. The Light Up the Queen Foundation provides community-based events and innovative programming in arts and music education that enriches the lives of Wilmington, Delaware residents, particularly those with limited access to the arts.
For Immediate Release Light Up The Queen Foundation Seeks New Executive Director Wilmington, DE (September 25, 2018) -- The Light Up The Queen Foundation is seeking a dynamic individual with an entrepreneurial spirit to serve as its next Executive Director. The Light...
Music Scholarship Awarded to 6th Grader, Hannah Gatewood Hannah Gatewood, a Warner Elementary student, has been selected by the Light Up the Queen Foundation to receive a Christian Salcedo Music Scholarship. Hannah has demonstrated strong aptitude, potential,...
Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 6:00pm
The next generation of Shine A Light™ is here, and boy, does ’68 feel pretty groovy…
Graduates’ Final Concert
Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 3pm
The Light Up The Queen Foundation is proud to present three opportunities to enjoy the young talents of the Boysie Lowery Living Jazz Residency!
Have you picked up the June issue of Delaware Today? If you haven’t, make sure you do, because if you partied like 1977 at The Queen Theater back in March, you might find yourself in the issue.
March 31st, 2017 at 11:59pm
The “Boysie” Lowery Living Jazz Residency is a two-week performance and composition project aimed at debuting the next generation of jazz composers. Applications are now being accepted.
Saturday, March 4, 2017
The Light Up The Queen Foundation and Möbius New Media presented the entire Shine a Light on 1977 concert, in full, and the recorded webcast is found HERE…