Recycled Household Goods Go Musical

Recycled Household Goods Go Musical
Design
Joel Horowitz
  • 29 september 2008

Make Magazine points us to kids that are building their own guitars and amplifiers out of common household products. Guided by teacher and composer Paul Rubenstein, the NYC-based high-school students design and build musical instruments, then learn the basics of playing, recording, producing, and eventually performing original work for a live audience at the end of the school year. Rubenstein developed the Building Music program for the Urban Arts Partnership – a way-cool program geared towards bringing arts education to New York High Schools.

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