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29 March, 2019Print

GRAMMY Music Education Coalition Participates In Metro Nashville Public Schools Arts Partner Night

Photo ID (L-R): Lee Whitmore / Ed.D. Executive Director, GRAMMY Music Education Coalition; 

Alice Rolli / Vice President, Quaver Music; Jeff Smith / Director, Visual & Performing Arts, Metro Nashville Public Schools; 

Sarah Robinson / Strategic Partnership Coordinator, Music Makes Us; Manuel Delgado / Delgado Guitars

 

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On Tuesday, Mar. 26, GRAMMY Music Education Coalition, the non-profit organization advocating for music education in all public schools, attended the Arts Partners Night in Nashville to share its 2019 initiatives in advocating for music education in all public schools. As an official partner, GRAMMY Music Education Coalition helped the Visual and Performing Arts Department for Metro Nashville Public Schools celebrate the work that they are doing in the community to enhance music, art, dance, and theater programs through Music Makes Us. The night included string orchestra, dance, and theater performances from local high school students and more.

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