Creswell Middle Prep School of the Arts Selected for Music Makes a Difference Grant


Pictured: Nashville Singers Executive Director Todd Wilson, Creswell Principal Ted Murcray, Creswell Music Specialist Nita Smith, and Nashville Singers President Larry Bain. Photo courtesy of the Nashville Singers.


Creswell Middle Prep has been awarded a $750 Music Makes a Difference grant from the Nashville Singers. The formal check presentation took place on November 21 at the Nashville Singers’ annual Season of Harmony concert, held this year at First Baptist Church Donelson.

“We are very grateful for the Nashville Singers’ continued support for music education for all children and in support of future music educators,” said Creswell Music Specialist Nita Smith . “[Their] vision and leadership in music advocacy will ensure that future generations will benefit from the inclusion of music as an integral part of a child’s K-12 comprehensive education.”

Other recipients impacted by the Music Makes a Difference grant program include Bellevue Middle Prep, H.B. Williams Elementary School, Ezell-Harding Christian School, Oliver Middle Prep, Lakeview Design Center, John Overton High School, the Music City Youth Orchestra, and VSA Tennessee.

About the Nashville Singers

The Nashville Singers organization was founded in November of 2008 with a mission to enrich lives through singing and the support of music education. This nonprofit showcases the talents of 20 volunteer singers who aside from raising their voices in song, also raise funds to support music education. The Nashville Singers have awarded $10,750 in music education grants and scholarships in the last five years, impacting hundreds of students in Middle Tennessee and beyond.

Posted on December 4, 2015, in Community Partners, District, News, Schools, Students and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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