Downtown Phoenix based nonprofit moves to a new location.

This fall, Rosie’s House, A Music Academy for Children, formally welcomes a class of 550 college students who’ll find out about management, self-discipline and teamwork whereas receiving music classes, mentorship, meals and even loaned devices. 

It would be the first full year that the nonprofit is totally operational in a new 15,000-square-foot music and studying space close to ninth Street and Jefferson Avenue that boasts a efficiency corridor, cafe, computer heart and many parking — the tip results of a profitable $6.5 million capital marketing campaign.

“Rosie’s House exists not only to provide underserved youth access to music education, but to equip our students with life skills needed for academic achievement and success,” mentioned communications supervisor Amber Johnson. 

Students ages 5-18 can study to play piano, guitar, brass and woodwind devices. Vocal classes and alternatives to carry out are supplied by the Core Choir and Mariachi Floreciente packages.

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