SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH MUSIC EDUCATION
Clarinets for Conservation utilizes the transformative power of music to encourage creativity and the protection of natural resources.
Chattahoochee Nature Center – October 12th, 12:00 – 3:00 pm
Clarinets for Conservation promotes awareness of conserving Mpingo – commonly referred to as African Blackwood or Grenadilla–by actively engaging students and the community with the power of music.
Teaching secondary students in Tanzania to play the clarinet empowers them by improving problem-solving skills, facilitating self-sufficiency, and byproviding a healthy creative outlet.
Students and C4C teachers take part in innovative interdisciplinary performances/tree plantings throughout Tanzania to help connect the clarinet and the tree it is made of, Mpingo, with the community–therefore fostering a sincere desire for a sustainable future.