About ADCA

Founded in 1980 by pianist and music educator Tilsia Brens in New York City, the Association of Dominican Classical Artists (ADCA) has as its mission to: foster appreciation in the United States for the art and folkloric music of the Dominican Republic; create performance space for its artist members; bring live performances and music education to communities with little or no access to both. ​We advance our mission by presenting concerts and educational programs.
ADCA is a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of ADCA must be made payable to Association of Dominican Classical Artists only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Board of Directors


17023508755_b0e4301991_k

Bertha Fabrizio
Vice President


1185978_10202151878372325_40011561_n

Jorge García D’ Leon
Treasurer


10458746_862384573810585_5159917330653521999_n

Christian Minaya
Secretary

Board Members

Alex Guerrero

Pepe Coronado

José Martínez

Rayner Trinidad

ADCA Concert Series VII

The Washington Heights Community Conservatory of Fine Arts

WHCCFA is an after school music and fine arts program offering free instrumental music and visual arts instruction, in Spanish and English, to students, grades Pre­ K­-12, from Washington Heights, Inwood, and Harlem in a rigorous 6-year curriculum. Classes take place in the Alianza Triangle Building.

Employees

Employees