All organizations benefiting from Fall into Music are schools and tax exempt non-profit organizations serving underserved youth.  


Anthropos Arts

Anthropos Arts is an Austin-based nonprofit organization, 501(c)3, serving the East Austin and Manor communities to bring top professional musicians into Title I, low-income middle and high schools to offer free music lessons, workshops, master classes, and performance opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. 

To learn more about Anthropos Arts, visit their website.




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Austin Soundwaves

Austin Soundwaves is inspired from the latin american El Sistema Program and serves over 100 students with daily intensive orchestral music instruction. Austin Soundwaves is a program of the Hispanic Alliance for the Performing Arts.

To find out more about Austin Soundwaves visit their website



Girls Rock Austin

By providing a positive, all-female environment that offers musical instruction as well as a variety of workshops and performances, the camp creates leadership opportunities, cultivates a supportive community of peers and mentors, and encourages social change and the development of life skills.

To find out more about Girls Rock Austin, visit their website

 


Kids in a New Groove

Kids in a New Groove provides Texas youth in foster care with a committed one-on-one mentoring relationship through weekly private music instruction, giving students the ability to build concrete strategies for life-long success.  

Kids in a New Groove’s vision is that all Texas youth in foster care have the tools and support they need to become successful individuals when they transition out of the foster care system.

To learn more about Kids in a New Groove, visit their website.   


Round Rock Symphony: ASPIRE

In conjunction with the existing ASPIRE after-school program, RRSO sponsors a free string orchestra program for fourth and fifth grade students at two RRISD Title I elementary schools. ASPIRE serves roughly 30 students per school and is quickly growing. 

To learn more about the Round Rock Symphony and their many educational efforts, visit their website.