YouTube Videos To Support Music Education
This video series was spearheaded by Spokesperson Andrew Salgado in Spring 2020 and sponsored by Synapse Publishing & Entertainment, LLC® It consists of an extensive series of videos which have been developed for use by Music Over Miles (not available any where else) and will be available free of charge to schools and students as well as the general public. In turn through YouTube monetization usage will create a stream of funding through which to develop new videos. These tools will aid with remote education initiatives, allow the Music Over Miles Programs to reach greater numbers of schools, and help these groups have a one stop shopping experience of excellent teaching tools – spurred on my the needs of remote education caused by the 2020 pandemic. The goal is to establish over 150 videos in it’s first year and then build going forward. The video categories range from music theory, to instrument specific (i.e. Piano, Drums) to industry education, to tips, tricks, and best practices in the music industry. Enjoy and please donate to help support this program moving forward.
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Testimonial: High School Educator and Foundation Advocate
“As a veteran high school English teacher, and later as a resource teacher for primary grades in the Miami Public School System, I observed the enrichment in children whose lives included the arts, especially music. Not only did they tend to excel in the classroom, but they also seemed to “grow” as people who appreciated themselves as creators, and appreciated the world around them for the ear/eye it lent to their artistry. What a positive way to learn and to live, embracing the ability to create!! Schools and teachers all over the country will really welcome a program like Music Over Miles where the students could be exposed to professionals in the music business since so many programs are underfunded in the arts, and music is so important to the lives of so many individuals. I encourage everyone to support this foundation, as it places artistic opportunities in the forefront and available to all students, regardless of career-path, inspire them to hold on to their music as a hobby or supplement to their vocations, adding quality of life. Through these students, we can perpetuate love of the arts in future generations. “ Patricia Borcz – Destin, FL – 2017