CMA Holds Annual Artists Luncheon

The Nashville School of the Arts guitar ensemble performed for guests at the Seventh Annual CMA Artist Luncheon yesterday. Nashville School of the Arts (NSA)has been a recipient of funds from “Keep the Music Playing,” CMA’s charity initiative which donates half the net proceeds from the CMA Music Festival to Metro Nashville public schools for music education.

(back row l-r) Principal Bob Wilson of Nashville School of the Arts; NSA instructor Dr. James Satterwhite; Pam Garrett, Executive Director, Nashville Alliance for Public Education; Jay DeMarcus, CMA Artist Relations Co-Chairman; and Dr. Jesse Register, Director of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. (front row l-r) NSA students: 10th grader Ben More, 10th grader Tyler Mayo, 11th grader Dylan Owens, and 10th grader Max Marlowe.


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