Our Artistic Director

Ms Georgia, director of the Neighborhood Creative Arts Center, loves sharing the joy and creative freedom that music offers to others through her performances, lectures, early childhood music classes, and private piano teaching. The Neighborhood Creative Arts Center is her newest dream come true: a place where people sharpen their minds, stimulate their creativity, and enrich their lives. A place that helps people become better than they are.

 

After graduating Magna Cum Laude from U.C.L.A., Georgia earned two graduate degrees from the University of Southern California (Piano Performance and Collaborative Piano). She was chosen as a Fulbright Scholar to continue her studies in Vienna, Austria, where she performed, studied, and completed research articles for various professional music journals.  While studying in Vienna, she and her husband, Philip, who plays French horn, had the opportunity to perform together throughout Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, the Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Upon return to the states, Georgia served as an adjunct professor at St. Martin’s College and California State University.

Georgia assisted in developing the Early Childhood program as part of the Yamaha Music Corporation’s Research and Development Team in Irvine, California. She is the founder and director of Children's Voices of Southern Maryland choir program in Charles County, a tuition-free experience musical experience for all children that enables them to unify through developing friendships, confidence, and musical appreciation.

 

She is also the President of the Board of the Charles County Youth Orchestras and the founding director of The Thinking Kid, an online academy for elementary and middle school students. Click here to read more!

 

Georgia has been married to her husband, Philip Bonney, for 27 years and they are the parents of fourteen wonderful children.

106 St. Mary’s Avenue, La Plata, MD 20646

301-542-9359

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The Neighborhood Creative Arts Center is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization.