KTBA Donates Keyboards to Miami Beach Music Program
Miami Beach, FL – Thanks to your donations, Keeping the Blues Alive donated new keyboards at North Beach Elementary School!
“The North Beach music program is a big part of our school,” Ms. Medyk adds. “We have over 1,000 students representing many countries. Miami Beach is [one of] the most diverse cities in the United States. All economic backgrounds are represented at our school. The community is very supportive of the cultural arts. Our school is an International Baccalaureate accredited school. We thrive on opportunities to help the community. My students are thoughtful, respectful and open-minded. They want to use the keyboards for a performance at a nursing home in May for one of their IB projects. They want to make music while making others happy with their music.”
All of the students love to play keyboards. They are always excited to learn new music and to have performance opportunities. Donating keyboards to this school will give students the opportunity to perform throughout the school year.
“We are looking forward to performing for our school and our North Beach community,” Ms. Medyk adds. “Our school has many programs throughout the school year. We have a holiday program, a spaghetti dinner and a May music program just to name a few. Students who can’t afford private music lessons will be given this chance through your generous program. I can’t begin to tell you how important it is for students to perform!”
Thanks to your donations, these students will have five brand new keyboards to perform with.
She expresses her gratitude:
Dear Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation, Inc.,
Thank you so much for your generous contribution. I am extremely grateful, and my students are going to be very excited about the brand new keyboards for our music classroom. This contribution is definitely going to enhance our already beautiful music program. Thank you again for making this possible and for keeping music programs strong in our schools.
Every week, KTBA makes a donation to a school in need of supplies, music and more!