The term “the arts” includes, but is not limited to, music (instrumental and vocal), dance, drama, folk art, creative writing, architecture and allied fields, painting, sculpture, photography, graphic and craft arts, industrial design, costume and fashion design, motion pictures, television, radio, film, video, tape and sound recording, the arts related to the presentation, performance, execution, and exhibition of such major art forms, all those traditional arts practiced by the diverse peoples of this country and the study and application of the arts to the human environment.
Scientific evidence suggests that music can have a profound effect on individuals – from helping improve the recovery of motor and cognitive function in stroke patients, reducing symptoms of depression in patients suffering from dementia, even helping patients undergoing surgery to experience less pain and heal faster.
Music therapy is an established form of therapy to help individuals address physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs, Music helps reduce heart rate, lower blood pressure and cortisol in the body. It eases anxiety and can help improve mood.
Our mission is to help those at-risk in low income communities through the support and creation of unique music education partnerships and programs.