Project MuszEd Honors Smule with our 2011 Innovation Award on May 15th. Are you in the L.A. area? Then make sure you join us in celebrating them in support of music education! Visit www.ProjectMuszEdEvents.com today!!1
on April 04
PROJECT MUSZED 2011 HONOREES
Sunday, May 15th 1:00-4:30pm:
Leanne Summers, Los Angeles Women In Music
Tish Ciravolo, Daisy Rock Guitars
Ge Wang & Jeff Smith, SonicMule (Smule)
For further information : www.ProjectMuszEdEvents.com
on March 01
Project MuszEd is a trendsetter in offering resourcs in music and technology to underserved youth with an objective of cultivating a life long symphony of harmony and success.
Through our efforts, students have received opporutnities to study at Berklee College of Music, some receivng full four year scholarships. Our students have played with the best of the bet including The Black Eyed Peas, The Isley Brothers, Ozomatli and others. We are just hitting the tip of the iceberg, thanks to you guys out there!
In providing programming to youth that are chronically ill and/or undergoing weekly treatment, as well as those in the foster care system, we look to Vator and the world of technology to further assist these underserved youth by making accessible some of the most fascinating products and content available.
Why do we do this? Because some of our very good friends were once upon a time these same youth - and they ar doing remarkable things today. We know that with exposure to arts ad technology, we may be developing the next Jeff Smith or Ge Wang (Co-Founders of Smule and our 2011 Awad Honorees!). It takes all angles to make a difference.
Project MuszEd also provides a solid forum for the development of techn prototypes- feel free to reach out to us. Kids are our future leaders and consumers....think about it.