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Learning to play the violin teaches kids more than music

Published Jul. 30
Updated Jul. 30

Local kids gain an appreciation for classical music by learning to play the violin, all for free, through a partnership between The Florida Orchestra and the Prodigy Cultural Arts Program.

Oftentimes the experience impacts entire families in unexpected ways as they discover passion and potential they didn’t anticipate.

Children learn to play the violin for free, thanks to a partnership between The Florida Orchestra and the Prodigy Cultural Arts Program.



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