[Dixielandjazz] Music education foundation?

Jerry Gordon jerrygordon at juno.com
Tue Sep 27 09:26:19 PDT 2005

I'm sure you'll get many replies from various listers, Sally. Here's one
org that comes to mind: http://www.hornsforkids.org/

I know about them because they're supported by The Great CT Traditional
Jazz Festival (www.ctjazz.org) that we attend every year.

Jerry Gordon, Troy, NY - Web master for

On Tue, 27 Sep 2005 11:34:09 EDT Dophin88 at aol.com writes:
> Hello,
> I enjoy reading the digest, and it dawns on me some of you may have 
> ideas for 
> me about the following project I've been working on, without 
> satisfaction:
> My father, a Dixieland jazz lover and player, is looking for a good 
> music 
> charity to put in his will.   He contacted VH1's "Save the Music" 
> and Jazz at 
> Lincoln Center's educational component (I forget its name), but they 
> didn't write 
> him back, which infuriated him, so I think they're out of the 
> question!   
> Any ideas for a worthy charity - for example, one that that helps 
> underpriviledged kids acquire and learn an instrument, go to 
> concerts, etc...   Music has 
> been such a huge part of his life, so he wants to pass it on...   
> (He's 
> already passed it on to me - I'm a professional musician.)
> Thanks so much!
> Sally

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