Music Matters Solano County | Public School Music Programs

MUSIC MATTERS
PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAMS

BAND
ORCHESTRA
CHOIR

GENERAL MUSIC

AFTER SCHOOL •  DURING SCHOOL •  PROGRAM SUPPORT •  ACCESS TO YACM MUSIC CLASSES  •  PERFORMANCES  •  WE WORK WITH YOUR SCHOOL 

Studies prove that children who participate in robust music education programs at school have greater success in academics and social cohesiveness, because they learn to overcome difficulties, work together, and focus on what's important.  YACM is dedicated to music in schools because music matters. 

MUSIC MATTERS PROGRAMS

GRADES K-12

YACM’s Music Matters offers band, strings, and choir classes in schools. We work with your school to provide a music education program that meets your schedule and needs. 

Whether you need to bring music to school or wish to supplement your program, we would like to help.  Our music classes are instructed by instructors and guest artists with experience and expertise.

  • 1 -2 Hours a Week

  • Standardized Curriculum and Learning Criteria

  • Seasonal Performances

  • Opportunities for Parent Involvement

Music Matters Solano County

OUR  DONORS

Because of our donors, 1800 children experience the transformative affects of music education throughout the Solano County. 

 

We receive funding support from local foundations and the California Arts Council designed to match your allocated program funds.

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MUSIC MATTERS SCHOOLS 2010-2022

Nelda Mundy | Cordelia Hills | Rolling Hills | Cleo Gordon | B Gale Wilson | Fairviews Elementary | Kairos Public Schools | K I Jones | Public Safety Academy | Crescent | Suisun Valley |  Federal Terrace | Lincoln | Cooper | Glen Cove | Highland | Stefan Manor

 

Personal development in the arts is fundamental to human development and cultural identity. Join these proud Solano schools in support of music that matters for children.

MUSIC ENHANCES LEARNING

"We already know that the children who are making music are better learners, what is going on?"


Dr. Nina Kraus Explains Why

 

"What changes the neural signature of poverty"?

 

"We found that music boosts decades of literacy."

 

"If you continue to play music throughout your life this contributes to a younger brain."

 

"We know that music enrichment has lasting benefits."

 

"We can tailor intervention to advance child development." 
 

Young Artists Conservatory of Music