>> IF IT WEREN’T FOR THIS
PROGRAM I WOULDN’T HAVE A
CLARINET TODAY. MUSIC IS REALLY IMPORTANT. IT’S WHAT GOT ME THROUGH BETWEEN
MY TOUGH CLASSES IN HIGH SCHOOL. IT CALLS ME DOWN AT HOME. IT’S REALLY FUN. >> THEY GAVE ME THIS CLARINET,
WHICH IS A PROFESSIONAL
CLARINET. IT WAS DONATED BY A MAN, AND HE
HAD BEEN PLAYING CLARINET FOR A
COUPLE DECADES, BUT HAD NEVER
GOTTEN SERIOUS ABOUT IT, BUT
ALWAYS ENJOYED PLAYING. HE SAID HE WASN’T ABLE TO PLAY
ANYMORE, BUT WANTED IT TO GO ON. >> ITS KIND OF LIKE LEARNING
ANOTHER LANGUAGE, REALLY. NOT JUST READING MUSIC, BUT IN
TERMS OF VOCABULARY FOR EACH
STYLE. WHETHER IT’S CLASSICAL, JAZZ,
YOU NAME IT. >> IS OPENED A LOT OF DOORS FOR
ME. IT’S GIVEN ME A LOT OF WONDERFUL
NEXT AREAS IS. — WONDERFUL EXPERIENCES. IT HAS FORCED ME TO BE MORE
RESPONSIBLE. I’VE MADE SO MANY FRIENDS. >> I WENT THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
RENTING, AND I THOUGHT THAT WAS
JUST WHAT THE CLARINET WAS. WHEN I TRIED THIS ONE, IT WAS SO
MUCH EASIER, SOUNDED SO MUCH
BETTER

Donating Music: Sacramento Teens Get A Chance To Play
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  • July 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm
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  • July 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm
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    I live in Sacramento and I really wanted to play instruments but we didn't have much money and my mom took me to a music store in citrus heights and the owner was nice enough to give us a huge discount and let me rent it for the whole year on a one month fee.

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