Opening Track Project gives kids the keys to the life-changing world of music.
We use engaging, dynamic and multifaceted music education programs to help kids and teens in Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Northeast Ohio become their best selves.
With access to music, kids blossom.
Students in music programs score higher on reading and spelling tests.1
Music education supports self-esteem.2
Music improves immune system function and reduces levels of stress.3
Too many area classrooms sit in silence.
More than 54,000 public school students in Ohio don’t have access to arts programs.4
Play Your Part
Invest in your community by investing in music education. Your generosity can help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio make a profound, positive impact on the next generation.
In conjunction with:
- Hille, Katrin, et al. “Associations between music education, intelligence, and spelling ability in elementary school.” Advances in Cognitive Psychology. March 2011.
- Arts Education Partnership. “Music Matters: How Music Education Helps Students Learn, Achieve and Succeed.” May 2018.
- Chandra, Mona Lisa and Levitin, Daniel J. “The neurochemistry of music.” April 2013.
- Ohio Alliance for Arts Education. “The Status of Arts Education in Ohio’s Public Schools.” March 2013.