Music producer, Tay Keith teams up with Save The Music Foundation and Audiomack to present Keys + Kids Piano grant to Maplewood High School students
Platinum-selling music producer, Tay Keith who is behind big hits such as Drake's "Look Alive" and Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," is giving back to the Tennessee community. Partnering with the streaming platform, Audiomack, and the Save The Music Foundation, the Memphis native, will donate a Keys + Kids Piano grant to Maplewood High School.
Tay Keith will also lead a master class by sharing his story and discussing the impact of music on his life. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions about his career path to success and a student performance will follow the presentation.
The Save The Music Foundation is dedicated to restoring instrumental music education back in America's public schools and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child's complete education. The donation package includes a digital hybrid piano and keyboards for students to realize their full potential through the power of making music.
- Sonya Brooks, Principal - Maplewood High School
- Jeff Smith, Director of Visual and Performing Arts, MNPS
- Tay Keith, Music Producer
- Jaclyn Rudderow, Save The Music Foundation
- Audiomack representative
- Friday, Nov. 22, 2019
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