Music Lessons

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Music Lessons

Year: 2015
Duration: 18 minutes
Producer Director: Michael Mabbott
Genre: Lifestyle

Go behind the scenes with the inspiring children and music teachers at Sistema Toronto, a program that provides musical instruments and lessons to children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to build their confidence and develop their talents. These kids no longer feel isolated, and are finding peace through music.

Episodes

Episode 1

Get an in-depth look at Sistema, meeting the children who are benefitting from the music program.

Episode 2

Music gives meaning, focus, and expression, which is a powerful mechanism that society has to offer children. Spend some time with Yo-Yo Ma as he gives hands-on lessons to the children from Sistema Toronto.

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