Tag: Little Kids Rock

04/28/20

In the Time of COVID-19, Rex Is Stepping Up for Musicians and Others

Rex Caravan art featuring bus and happy people

Just when we’d all normally be planning a whole lot of summertime music, gatherings, and musical gatherings, along comes COVID-19, and here we are sheltering in place for what promises to be a while yet. For fans, this is pretty sad, as the party is not being taken where they need it the most. But […]

07/22/14

Little Kids Rock

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We won’t rest until every student has the opportunity to unlock his or her inner music-maker. That is Little Kids Rock’s mission, and over the past 12 years, we have given more than 300,000 under-served schoolchildren across the U.S. access to fun, engaging, Modern Band music classes and brand new instruments at no cost to the students, teachers, […]

09/02/09

Little Kids Still Rock

school kids with instruments In 2002, David Wish, a Bay Area school teacher, became frustrated about the state of music education in the public schools and decided to do something about it. He approached the Rex Foundation for a seed grant for what became Little Kids Rock. Today the organization is the nation’s leading nonprofit provider of instrumental music education in the nation’s public schools.

07/30/07

Little Kids Rock

<p><img class="alignleft" style="margin: 5px; float: left;" src="https://rexfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/lkr9.jpg" alt="" height="100" />The sad state of music and arts education in most of America's schools, especially the public ones, is an oft-told tale. In 1996, a Bay Area teacher decided to do something about it. What began with scrounged instruments and after-school lessons for his students is now Little Kids Rock.</p>