Learning through music


Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.


Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.


Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.

Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.

Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_IMG_2659.jpgStudents at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.

Students at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_IMG_2663-2-.jpgStudents at L.C. Kerr Elementary School learned that the language of music can be shared across cultures in our world as Dunn School of Music Instructors performed and shared Oct. 20. Dunn School of Music Owner Amy Jackson and instructors Andrey Avila, Anna Barbara Feagin, Arriel Spencer, David Snead Jr. and Karry Goodwin demonstrated instruments and shared music from composers across the globe. Highlights included a Latin American piece and a story about how one instructor studied music in Sweden. Although she could not speak the language, she communicated through music. ‘That was cool,’ kindergarten student, Charlie McKoy expressed.
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