Kidznotes Awarded Carnegie Hall’s “PlayUSA” Grant

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  Date: July 26, 2017 | Contact: Eli Rumpf | Tel: 212-903-9752 | E-mail: CARNEGIE HALL’S WEILL MUSIC INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES 2017-2018 GRANT RECIPIENTS FOR PlayUSA $430,000 in Grants Awarded to Music Education Programs in Alabama, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Oklahoma, New York, Rhode Island, and Texas Growing PlayUSA Network Committed… Read more »

2017 Summer Camp Concerts

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Our 2017 Summer Camp Concerts Don’t miss the opportunity to bring your whole family out in support of our Kidznotes students! Summer Camp is fun but we’ve been working hard, too.  Celebrate the joy of music and tag #WeAreKidznotes in your social media shares!   Raleigh Summer Camp Concert Friday, July 21, 1:30pm – 3:00pm… Read more »

Kidznotes’ Own Alex Plueckhan Receives Honor

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  Kidznotes’ Operations Manager, Alex Plueckhan, Selected to Participate in Essentials of Orchestra Management, League of American Orchestras Ten-Day Immersive Seminar Acclaimed Residential Program Offers Comprehensive Curriculum, Tools for Effective Leadership, and Extensive Network-Building Opportunities   Durham, NC (July 13, 2017) – Kidznotes’ Operations Manager, Alex Plueckhan, is one of only thirty-two participants from across… Read more »

Learn More About Nick

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On July 1st, 2017, Kidznotes will welcome our new Executive Director, Nick Malinowski Nick has spent his entire career engaging deeply and powerfully with students and communities, all the while building and expanding dynamic music and education programs that change lives. Nick assumed the post of Executive Director of the El Sistema inspired Kidznotes in… Read more »

We’re Hiring in Raleigh and Durham!

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Employment We are always looking for talented people who share our passion for music and social change. Please check our volunteer page for other ways to join the Kidznotes team! Kidznotes is hiring a variety of teaching positions for the upcoming year. We are hiring multiple Interns, Program Support, and Instructors for our Raleigh and Durham locations…. Read more »

Kidznotes and Duke University’s Social Science Research Institute

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  Improving an Already Successful Program: Kidznotes Partners with Duke’s Social Science Research Institute Music training helps children achieve more in school, and is often associated is with other social, economic and emotional advantages. For the 330 children enrolled in Durham and Wake public schools participating in Kidznotes this past year, there’s plenty of anecdotal… Read more »

Our Parent Campaign (English)

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Have you wondered how, as a parent, you can help to support Kidznotes? We have setup a Parent Campaign that allows you to directly impact the work that we do every day to strengthen the communities we serve.  We couldn’t do it without you!   View or Print the Levels of Giving  

Kidznotes Application Forms

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Apply Now for the 2016-17 School Year! Complete and Submit Your Form Online Una Solicitud Completa incluye: 1 ) Aplicación de Padres / Compromiso de Padres 2 ) Recomendación del maestro (sólo es necesario para los nuevos estudiantes) Click para bajar 3 ) Asistir a una reunión informativa para padres. (Fechas seran comunicados para finales… Read more »

Kidz Perform Side-by-Side with Durham Symphony Orchestra

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  On April 23rd you can come see both the Kidznotes performers AND the Durham Symphony Orchestra as they perform together for this special event.  Donations in support of the children are suggested and will be accepted at the event. To watch a video of last year’s concert, please CLICK HERE. When:  2pm on Saturday,… Read more »