VH1 wants to save the music in Minneapolis

by Briana Bierschbach

 The VH1 Save The Music Foundation and Comcast are giving $90,000 worth of new instruments to help out three instrumental music education programs in Minneapolis Public Schools, according to a press release from the City of Minneapolis.


The donation is part of a VH1 and Comcast program to give $3 million over the year to assure that students across the nation will recieve music education as part of their core curriculum. 

Since 2005, Comcast and VH1 Save The Music Foundation have provided $190,000 worth of new musical instruments to Minneapolis Public Schools.

An event will be held at Nellie Stone Johnson Community School on Dec. 9 to mark the donation.