Richmond-Steveston MLA John Yap presented a BC community gaming grant to the Richmond Music School Society which was represented by board president Ginna Ng and directors Juanna Chan and Gallant Ma.
Music school receives financial boost
Published 11:15 PDT, Thu August 6, 2020
Richmond Music School has received a welcomed gift.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, the community’s largest and oldest not-for-profit music school has received a BC community grant of $45,000. It was presented to members by Richmond-Steveston MLA John Yap.
Originally founded by a group of parents seeking quality music education for their children, the school is a founding member of the BC Association of Music Schools. Its focus is on providing accessible music education to all sectors of the community, with an emphasis on program excellence and community work.
Offering a range of instruction to all age groups and abilities, most of its instruction is aimed toward completing the Canadian Royal Conservatory of Music exams or the UK Associated Board of the Royal School of Music as well as preparing for local music festivals and competitions.
The school remains closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but is offering online lessons. For details call 604-272-5227 or email email@example.com
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