Immersive music program gives low-income students hands-on opportunities

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“Clayton Early Learning in northeast Denver is teaming up with community partners to introduce music to low-income students to help close the education gap. The campus that serves about 500 early education students created an immersive, interactive music program as a way of bringing music to students ages 3 to 5 to connect them with the world of music by listening to an orchestral concert and providing a hands-on learning opportunity to explore instruments like the violin, trumpet, and drums.”

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