In a time when there are few stories told about strong, positive teenagers making the world a better place, HERE IS ONE!
Meet Audio Wolf
Audio Wolf is our jazz fusion group comprised of extraordinarily talented youth. Our band members range in age from 13 to 17. The group has had the opportunity to perform for Congressman John Lewis, Xernona Clayton, Atlanta Streets Alive Festival, Dominican Republic Jazz Festival and as an opening act for jazz pianist, Jesse Fischer and R&B vocalist, Howard Hewett. They have also shared the stage with Grammy winning artists, Roberta Flack and Robert Glasper.
Proceeds from the Soul Symphony help benefit the SEE Music program whose mission is to enlist soul and jazz artists to conduct music workshops for students, tour cities, and help staff a team of professional musicians for ongoing music education in area middle schools, develop a jazz ensemble of the best students and attend a summer music camp. See Music is under the umbrella of Sound Education Experience (SEE) which is a non-profit organization 501 c(3).
SEE DIGITAL encourages and inspires kids and teens 10-17 to become the next generation of developers, animators, filmmakers, photographers, designers, and engineers. Our programs feature hands-on, project-based learning, infused with fieldtrips to film studios, movie sets, and animation studios.
Our youth have been inspired by Rickey Smiley, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, and Charles Dutton. We have conducted programs at Pittman Park, Thomasville Recreation Center, and Adamsville Recreation Center.
We are the people who put cameras in the hands of at-risk youth and teach them how to develop negatives into positives.
Our impact is empowering youth to find their voice and gain self-confidence, as they learn life skills and discover who they are, and what matters to them and their community.