If a musical instrument gathers dust in an attic and no one plays it, is it still musical?
Classical 101 is collecting musical instruments for kids in Columbus school music programs. Music not only enriches lives, research also shows that children who study music perform better academically.
Musical instruments were meant to be played, so if you have one sitting around unused, help us get it into the hands of an aspiring young musician.
If your child has moved beyond his ¾ size violin, or your old band trumpet has been consigned to the basement, let that instrument sing again!
You can donate a new or used instrument – even strings, mouthpieces and reeds are needed – to help a young musician who might not otherwise have access to a quality instrument.
Drop off instruments at WOSU’s offices in the Fawcett Center the week of July 31-August 4 to get kids ready for a new school year.
FAQHow do I donate?
Our five day collection takes place Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4, 2017. We are collecting new and gently used instruments at WOSU Public Media’s offices weekdays from 9am – 4pm:
WOSU Public Media2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, Ohio 43210