Thursday, April 21, 2011

The group Black Eyed Peas will open a music academy for poor children in New York

The American group Black Eyed Peas open a music school in New York this July to teach low-income youth between 13 and 19 years of music production techniques and videos with high-tech equipment. The famous band, winner of six Grammy Awards, said in a statement released from New York that the school will be located in a local organization that administers the nonprofit Urban Arts partenership and will also boosting the company's founding Adobe .

New York School and will join other schools that this band has opened in the California cities of Oakland, Los Angeles and Redwood and have received more than a thousand children to date. It is expected that approximately 150 children annually attend the New York Academy of future detailed the band, which also plans to open a fifth school in San Jose (California) later this year.

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