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Teach Music Week

Free Music Lesson for Kids During Teach Music Week

From March 18 - 24, your child can receive a free music lesson from a local music business.

Free music lessons? Yes, please. Keep Music Alive, the national arts non-profit that helps kids benefit from music, holds the 10th Annual “Teach Music Week” Monday, March 18 to Sunday, March 24. For the week-long event, local music schools give kids one, free 30-minute lesson to help them start up with music. Further, 1,200 locations in 16 countries are participating. The truth is, sometimes a kid just need a little push to get started.

“We all know that the biggest hurdle to doing something is often getting started,” says Vincent James, co-founder of Keep Music Alive. “With Teach Music Week, we hope to inspire a new generation of musicians,” he adds.

Sign Kids Up for a Free Music Lesson

Local music businesses participating in this year’s event include Guitar Center Nashville and Guitar Center Cool Springs. Additionally, kids can sign up with the School of Rock Franklin; School of Rock Mount Juliet; Carpe Arista Arts Academy; Music & Arts Cool Springs and more. Furthermore, Keep Music Alive is adding more participating centers leading up to March 18.

Give your child a free music class. Sign them up at TeachMusicWeek. Moreover, click on the Teach Music Week item in the menu bar> Teach Music Week Locations. Enter your zip code to find the nearest participating center to you. 

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