Give children the skill of self regulation and get them ready for a successful life by using music as the mechanism for self expression. Socialization, motor and basic skills are enhanced through music whether it be; instruments, voice, lyrics in a wide array of genre’s; rock, hip hop, jazz , country, classical, reggae, or rap. The importance of music is evident in all cultures. Music aids in brain development, retention, builds an appreciation and respect for others and creates a sense of community and pleasure. We have coined the phrase of “Super Hero’s” Local and National Celebrities, Sports Figures and other well know Music Artist to become mentors in every aspect of personal development for today’s youth, in academics, music and career goals.
The Andy Vargas Foundation has now been supported by another Music Lover Richard Graddis that wants to see music back into schools and just donated a Baby Grand Piano to our San Bernardino Community College District Maker-Space Music Program.
We as a “MakerSpace” a place where youth and talent can come and learn fundamental hands-on skills that lead to employable pathways and skill-sets in the music industry, whether it’s: song writing, composing, producing, arranging, marketing the Andy Vargas Foundation along with other maker space collaborative partners like San Bernardino Community College District and KVRC Media who have like philosophies on putting music and vocational skills back into education and our communities.
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Andy works with all youth regardless of any challenges they may have to face as young adults, seeking music as a way to cope, express or create their futures.