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W.O. Smith Community Music School Overview
The W.O. Smith/Nashville Community Music School, founded in 1984, is a nonprofit educational institution created for the purpose of making quality music instruction available to talented, interested, deserving children from low income families at the nominal fee of 50 cents a lesson. The school also seeks to encourage student participation in the cultural life of the community through concert attendance and performance.
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I was taught piano, trumpet and drums at W.O. Smith as a child. I absolutely loved everything about this place. As a kid I didn't quite get the blood, sweat and tears that went on behind the scenes here, but wow - I do now. I still have my old W.O. Smith Summer Camp t-shirt! Great memories and I'll ...
I taught guitar at the music school for several years and seen some wonderful talent there. It's a great organization and very organized. I've gotten great referrals for my own business as a result of being a volunteer. They are well connected in the community and serve a great purpose of teaching ...
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I taught guitar here a while back & I have helped them out with computers a few times since. I also created a birdhouse for their annual fundraiser. These folks are AWESOME! I can't say enough about this program. The work they are doing changes the lives of these kids. Music heals the soul & some of...
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