White Hall Arts Academy Receives Funding From Lewis Prize For Music

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The White Hall Arts Academy was awarded $25,000 from the covid-19 funding provided by Lewis Prize for Music for its youth education programs.

The Academy is known for helping bring out the unique talent that each student carries. For the past three years, White Hall Academy has been voted the “Top 3 Music Schools” in Los Angeles. Founder Tanisha Hall, helped create a place that provided opportunities for students to learn, perform, and make music.

The assistance of the grant will help provide stability for students who lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The environment was built to offer a temporary escape from the hardships around. Its needed now more than ever since the pandemic has affected many homes of some students.

“The Lewis Prize for Music is committed to supporting young people and the adults in their lives who give them love, safety, and a musical voice,” said Dalouge Smith, CEO of The Lewis Prize for Music. 

More information about the COVID-19 Community Response Fund grantees can be found at:

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