We believe every child should have access to music education. We are working on a solution to bring free music education to the world that is sustainable. We want to make sure that all young children, adolescents and adults have access to high quality music education. We work with and support music teachers and many non-profit organizations. 10% of all our proceeds go to The Harmony Project. Other proceeds go to sustain our free award winning music educational app BandBlast and help bring music education to underserved communities .
Significantly influenced by the positive impact early music education had on their own development, Terry Carter and Brandon Bernstein, Ochion Jewell and their Rocket scientist friend from Stanford, Scott Loring could not sit idle while seeing music programs being cut through the nation and abroad. They believe that access to quality music education should be easily available to all people, regardless of economic level or social status.
Arts and music programs are being cut at alarming rates throughout the country and abroad. The majority of these cuts are happening at schools residing in marginalized and underserved communities which are perpetuating the cycle of poverty). With overwhelming research and studies to the benefits of music education on a child’s brain, Music Lifeboat’s founders began working on solutions to democratize music education and created a free music app called BandBlast in an effort to make sure every child has access to learning music.
BandBlast follows the first year band curriculum and consists of over 350 instructional videos taught by world-class philharmonic and studio musicians on 13 instruments with and innovative games that teach rhythm, pitch recognition, note reading, and ear training.
Music Lifeboat is Working On Finding Ways To Make Music Education More Accessible. The Change That Is Needed Can Only Happen If We Work Together In Bringing Awareness And Solutions So Every Child Has Access To Learning Music.