Nashville Predators & the Symphony play nice for music education
If you saw a hockey player, a giant cat and a lot of musical instruments at McKissack Middle School yesterday, you weren’t in a strange dream. It was the start of a brand new program from the Nashville Symphony.
The Nashville Symphony & the Predators Foundation have joined together for the Instrument Loan program, which lets schools borrow the instruments they need directly from the Symphony.
Students at McKissack got their hands on a clarinet, a flute, two trumpets, a snare drum and trombones. They even got to perform with a little “help” from Gnash.
Thanks to both of these groups for a wonderful new program that will benefit young musicians all over Nashville!
Posted on February 22, 2013, in Community Partners, Schools and tagged community partners, gnash, metro nashville public schools, middle schools, music, nashville predators, nashville symphony, news, ryan ellis, schools, students. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.