On Wednesday, Apr. 29, you can attend the 3rd Annual We Write It, We Sing It Concert at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center from 5-7 p.m. This free event features songs written and performed by students at Blackshear, Maplewood and Palm Elementary Schools, and Trinity Preschool. Songs will be accompanied by the Groundwork Music Orchestra. So plan to head on over, enjoy a night of music, and show these talented kids some love!


Neal Kassanoff, the founder of Groundwork Music Project, along with other professional musicians, have been working with elementary students throughout the school year to help students learn the fundamentals of songwriting and create their own songs, as well as sing and play music from the Groundwork Music Orchestra catalog.

This event gives young students a chance to experience the joy of both music and performance. Audience members are encouraged to sing along, bringing a participatory spirit to the event.

Groundwork Music Project enhances the lives of children by providing free and low cost music classes to schools with limited means. These programs provide the musical activities that are essential to healthy development across a broad spectrum: emotional, cognitive, social and more. The mission of the Groundwork Music Project is simple: to provide high quality music education programs to young children who could not otherwise afford it. For more information on Groundwork Music Project, please visit groundworkmusic.org.

Enjoy the concert!