The Symphony Womens Association
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PO Box 42654 Tucson AZ 85733 USA
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My husband and I have five children. We have always wanted to provide the gift of music to them. Unfortunately, five children with music lessons was far too much for us. They also all wanted to play different instruments! That was even more impossible for us. Our school told us about this amazing group that offered music lessons for free and they would lend our kids instruments to take home for practicing on! No buying, and no renting!! We have been with TSWA for five years now!! Music is apart of our lives. My children are all doing better in school and the pride on their faces when they play for us... It's a gift we can only thank TSWA for.. And we do! Two of our children play piano.. One of which is a gifted pianist. One son plays guitar, one daughter plays both violin and piano, while our last plays drums. Our drummer is now gifted in percussion and at 8 years old was playing at college drum line festivals! The teachers the TSWA finds for our children are all very talented, kind and wonderful instructors! We will forever be grateful to The Symphony Women's Association!!
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