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Keep Music Alive partners with Music & Arts for Kids Music Day

PHILADELPHIA CREAM, September 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Keep Music Alive, the non-profit music education organization, today announced a partnership with the Music & Arts chain of stores to celebrate the 6e Annual music day for children in October. Children’s Music Day will be officially celebrated on Friday, October 1, 2021, with related events organized between October 1stst and October 10e in the USA, Canada and a dozen other countries. Music & Arts makes trying out music easier (and more fun) than ever!

Music & Arts will be hosting two free group music classes at over 180 class locations nationwide:

Sat 10/2 – Group piano lessons with a showcase of brass and wood from the instructors

Sat 10/9 – Group Guitar Lessons with a showcase of orchestral strings from the instructors

All group course participants can register for a free trial class with an instructor of their choice, and if they register to become a course student, they will receive a FREE registration (an additional charge $ 30 value). Keep Music Alive will also be hosting a music and art competition on with a $ 100 Price gift card and a full month of free lessons.

Every year, Keep the music alive partners with over 1,000 music schools, stores and other music organizations around the world to host special events that benefit and celebrate children playing music. The organization’s mission is to help more children (and adults) experience the educational, therapeutic and social benefits of music. Events hosted by participating locations include open houses, petting zoos, free music lessons, student music shows, community / family jams, instrument donation drives, open microphones for kids , workshops, clinics and more. Due to the ongoing pandemic, virtual events and promotions for Children’s Music Day will include live performances and open mics for kids, free online lessons, virtual children’s zoos (think Show & Tell musical), online instrument clinics and Children’s Music Day sales. on certain instruments, accessories and course programs.

Over a dozen famous artists show their support for music education by lending their name as Children’s Music Day ambassadors, including:

Matthew Morrison, Julie andrews, Jack Black, Anne & Nancy wilson of heart, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Michael Feinstein, Kenny connects, Richie sambora, Sarah McLachlan, Vanessa williams, Victor wooten, Todd Rundgren, Philippe Laurent, Bernie williams, Damien Escobar and Mandy harvey

Music day for children is also supported by many brands in the music industry including Alfred music, CASIO EMI, Conn-Selmer, D’Addario Foundation, Kala brand music, Hungry for Music, Les Paul Foundation, Music and sound retailer, Music Nomad Equipment Care, Remo Percussion, Rock Out Loud LIVE, Spirit of Harmony and Taylor Guitars. Keep Music Alive is honored to welcome these partners who help share the Music Day message for kids, inspiring more kids to start their own musical journey.

Music day for children is one of the two international musical festivals founded by Keep the music alive. In March 2021, Keep Music Alive has partnered with more than 1,000 music schools, stores and organizations in 15 countries to offer free classes to new students (children and adults) as part of the 7e Annual Teach music week. Some of the country’s largest music channels participate in Children’s Music Day and Children’s Music Week, with several of their locations including Music & Arts, Guitar Center, Kindermusik, Music together, Gymboree, Long & McQuade, Bach to rock and the legendary Rock school.

Keep Music Alive is a national 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to promoting the value of music. Our goal is to inspire more children and adults to experience the educational, therapeutic and social benefits of music. For more information call (610) 874-6312 or visit and

Music & Arts, one of the nation’s largest providers of music lessons and part of the Guitar Center family of brands, continues its mission to promote and support the merits of music education and the enjoyment of music lessons by providing this opportunity for new musicians to get involved. To learn more about music and the arts, visit

Media contact:
Vincent Jacques
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SOURCE Keep the music alive

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