Teenage singer studying technique of recording and of methods for music promotion.
Piano study for pupil with Howard University teacher.
Summer camp music program for young resident of Snowden community.
Joined Hootie and the Blowfish Foundation in supporting start-up and ongoing operations of Carolina Studios bringing music education and music technology opportunities to underserved youth.
Joined with Creative Spark in sponsoring "artists in residence" programs with visiting musicians teaching music segments in selected public schools, e.g. dulcimer, harmonicas, wooden flutes, and funded summer scholarships for children in in Mt. Pleasant’s Snowden community.
Introduced music instruction, provided instruments and funded instructor salaries as part of a summer outreach program for economically-challenged youth, operated by Horizons@Maret.
Developed with the Housing Authority of the City of Charleston an after-school music program, funding instruments and teacher.
Sponsored with the Charleston Housing Authority a summer program for students in Mitchell School's after-school music classes. With Oscar Rivers directing.
Started school's music program, provided instruments, and funded concerts for underserved children. Teachers have included Carolyn Sweterlitsh and Eugene Branch.
Funded with the Charleston Housing Authority an after-school strings ensemble and a jazz group.
Funded a music program for young musicians living in a subsidized housing complex, with James Cunningham as music director.
Partnered with the Charleston Housing Authority to fund music as part of the summer camp program.
Initiated musical education program in conjunction with the Charleston Recreation and Housing Departments and Yo Art Project.
Cooperated with Housing Authority of the City of Charleston and the Department of Juvenile Justice to introduce music instruction as a positive force and a deterrent to anti-social behavior, as taught by Rachel Dowling.
Developed a pilot program focusing on keyboard.
Provided a summer music program for ninth graders, with Fred Hudson as instructor.
Provided musical instruments and equipment for classes taught by Carolyn Antley.
Provided music training as part of the after-school curriculum at Metanoia, Fred Hudson as instructor. During the summer, Mr. Hudson continued the music classes at Children's Defense Fund's Freedom School, for which Metanoia was the recipient of a federal grant to provide children with a full-fledged summer educational program.
Partnered with the North Charleston Recreation Department to introduce percussion training during the neighborhood summer camp, later extended to Saturday classes during the school year.