The American Festival for the Arts

In Celebration of their 20th Anniversary

Have Honored AFA Founder Jefferson Todd Frazier

Over 300 people gathered at the Houston Junior League to honor American Festival for the Arts ( AFA ) Founder Jefferson Todd Frazier to celebrate twenty years of providing the finest music programs for youth. Honorary chairs Rachel and Dr. Bud Frazier and Regina Rogers welcomed guests to the event. Others attending the event were: AFA Executive and Artistic Director Dr. Michael Remson, retired Society for the Performing Arts Executive Director Toby Mattox, UT Arlington Orchestra Conductor and Professor Dr. Clifton Evans, and Founder • Chairman • President of Wilhelm Scholê International ( WSI ) Dr. Marilyn Wilhelm. Jefferson Todd Frazier is a Alumnus of WSI.

The event featured the premiere of Todd Frazier's new work for brass quintet, "The Jay Soars," performed by Jason Adams, Tom Tillotson, Deborah Harvey, Mike Warny, and Steve Curtis.