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Join us for Kidznotes’ 10th Year Anniversary Celebration!

Celebrating 10 years of Collaboration, Inspiration and Change A Vision for the Future Support of our generous sponsors is an investment in student success. Kidznotes student musicians not only have a source for learning, self-expression, and joy today, but are…

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“My Shot” Behind the Scenes

Kidznotes is deeply rooted in the core values of El Sistema, an organization that affects social change through music for children with the fewest resources and the greatest need. By association, we are passionately charged to uphold equity, empowerment, excellence,…

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Spring semester 2021 has begun!

  A message from Shana Tucker, Executive Director of Kidznotes: KIDZNOTES SPRING SEMESTER BEGINS! There's a LOT to be done at an organization that provides free access to instrument provision and high-quality music instruction — virtually this school year —…

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Kidznotes Welcomes Shana Tucker as New Executive Director

(DURHAM, NC—October 20, 2020) Kidznotes completes its exhaustive search for a new Executive Director with the selection of Shana Tucker: a renowned cellist, singer-songwriter, and teaching artist who embodies the nonprofit’s mission to change lives and communities through the power…

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Meet Victoria Nelson

Meet Victoria Nelson, Kidznotes Percussion Teaching Artist

Meet Percussionist Victoria Nelson, one of many talented teaching artists at our Wake County nucleo. Victoria takes a moment from teaching to talk about her Kidznotes experience and how she started her own musical journey.   Where are you from originally?…

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M_Gee on Cello

Kidznotes Musician Marcus Gee Wins Audition to Perform in Europe

Within the Kidznotes community, cellist Marcus Gee, a 16-year-old rising senior at Hillside New Tech High School, has become an inspiring example of the opportunities that abound for students and families committed to Kidznotes programming. Marcus will be performing alongside…

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