Looking for community involvement?Volunteer with us!!
Be part of Clay County's largest cultural event. Help is needed in many areas of the volunteer functions listed below.
If you, or a group you are involved with, would like to volunteer your time to this worthy cause, please contact us. This is also a great way to earn community service hours. Volunteers can sign up by emailing us at Email us
Come join us and thousands of your fellow Clay County residents on Sunday, May 28, 2017.
The power of music is undeniable. Concert on the Green creates new memories, built our community and keeps the energy going all day. We have many great events and student scholarship opportunities next year! We will have an amazing lineup of talent and music just for you! Plus, activities for the kids, prize-winning contests, food, drinks, fireworks, and so much more! Enjoy the day and into the evening with your family and friends listening to all the wonderful music under the stars culminating with a fireworks show.
The Jacksonville Symphony OrchestraOur premeire event is the proformance by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, one of the nation’s top regional orchestras. Founded in 1949, Jacksonville's symphony is one of Florida's longest-standing orchestras offering live symphonic music. The orchestra, under Courtney Lewis, Music Diretor Designate will be starting their preformance at 8:00 PM. Nathan Aspinall will be conducting during the Concert on the Green performance. We look forward to seeing you at the concert on May 28th!
Plan to join us again on May 28, 2017!!
The Concert on the Green is celebrating its 30th year and is the largest event of its kind in Clay County. The 2017 event location will be located at St. Johns Country Day School in Orange Park, FL.
Concert on the Green’s principal purpose is to provide music and visual art scholarship opportunities to Clay County students by organizing an annual event for Clay County families which combines a live symphony orchestra with a natural, beautiful outdoor family setting.
2017 Young Artist Concerto. The Concert on the Green Young Artist Concerto Competition was a great success in 2016. The young artist winners performed at the event accompanied by the renowned Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.
A Celebration of the Arts
One event in Clay County has been instrumental in keeping the arts alive, encouraging our school age children to take up the arts, and in showing the entire County what a joy the arts can be. One event has celebrated the incredible gifts to us made by our veterans, gifts which have made us what we are today. Concert on the Green is that event.
Advertise with us!
Support the arts and young musicians in classical music by purchasing an advertisement to be featured in our concert program on Sunday, May 28, 2017 at St. Johns Country Day School in Orange Park, FL.
First Place: Meagan Castiglione
Judges Selected "Botanical Melody" as the 2016 Poster Competition Winner!
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St Johns Country Day School, Publix Super Market Charities, VyStar Credit Union Great Hang Ups Gallery, and Ronan School of Music.
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Young Artist Concerto Competition
The Concert on the Green Young Artist Concerto Competition was a great success in 2015. Thirty talented vocalists and instrumentalists participated from Clay County
music programs! Eight musicians from the senior division and three from the junior division competed in the finals on April 17, 2015.
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Hosting the Concert on the Green reminds us all of the importance of minimizing our impact on our environment. We are conscious of the need to decrease emissions,
divert our waste, and in general, offset our presence.
In an effort to partner with us to keep our environment clean and be a part of something bigger we encourage you as concert attendees to:
Carpool whenever feasible. When possible take home any disposable items you brought to the concert. Use the bins provided for your trash and recyclables. If you see
trash that does not belong to you, be a good neighbor and dispose of it.