Cuttin' Class with the Heritage School of Music

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Heritage School of Music at 'OZ for Cuttin' Class
Heritage School of Music at 'OZ for Cuttin' Class
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Students from the Don "Moose" Jamison Heritage School of Music stopped by WWOZ for the inaugural "Cuttin' Class" broadcast on January 24, 2013.

WWOZ is thrilled to present Cuttin' Class - a series of live in-studio performances by middle and high school age students from the Greater New Orleans area. Each Cuttin' Class presentation brings young Nola musicians to the studio to give them the chance to perform on live radio. Our show hosts sit down with the band leaders to talk about the band, what it's like to be young musician, and about the music education opportunities in New Orleans. The future is in our hands, and we want to give it all the encouragement and support we can.

Heritage School of Music

Students from the Don "Moose" Jamison Heritage School of Music stopped by WWOZ for the inaugural "Cuttin' Class" broadcast.

Heritage School of Music 

The Don "Moose" Jamison Heritage School of Music is the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation's principal education program. It's free, and open to kids ages 11 to 17 from throughout the greater New Orleans region.

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