The Community Music School “Instrument Petting Zoo” provides an opportunity for guests of all ages and abilities to make music on woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments. Faculty from Community Music School will be on-site to facilitate hands-on learning with each instrument. The Community Music School provides musical instruction to more than 600 people of all ages each year. Nearly one-third are from racially diverse communities, more than three-quarters are children, and more than one-third receive financial assistance through investments from various funding sources. The Community Music School is committed to providing musical public service programs to Western New York and quality music instruction for individuals of all ages and levels of ability regardless of aspirations or financial resources.
In addition to enjoying making sound with the “Instrument Petting Zoo,” guests will be able to continue “making” in the CONSTRUCT space, presented by Turner Construction Company. Visitors will unleash their creativity using fasteners, dowels, found objects and cardboard in the imagination playground for all ages. A Buffalo Museum of Science “Science Buff” will be stationed in CONSTRUCT with a special guitar make-and-take activity.
Steven Perrigo, Vice President, Deputy Operations Manager for Turner Construction Company said, "This event provides an amazing opportunity to inspire curiosity in science and music for our community and we are proud to be part of it!” For complete details on GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World, Presented by M&T Bank and Associate Sponsor Chakra Communications, click here.