Students fill their after school hours by joining our most popular program, Kidz Choir. Our amazing teachers visit schools with limited or no funding for the arts and conduct chorus sessions which culminate in musical concerts and assemblies for parents and faculty members to enjoy.
We only bring seasoned musicians into our roster of teachers. Thanks to our dynamic instructors, our orchestra outreach is currently being brought to kids in disenfranchised schools during and after school hours. Violin, viola, and cello are explored from beginner to intermediate levels.
We're proud to offer our newest program, Recording 101 with the Pros, under the direction of Grammy-winning producer and Dreamality, Inc. Co-Founder, Quincy Patrick. As music becomes more technologically driven, kids are curious about how to make beats and create their own sound. This program helps give kids their first introduction to the art of making the music of today.
Introduced in 2017, Dreamality began bringing music therapy to developmentally disabled teens and adults. Our core belief is that music has the ability to heal and it is our privilege to be able to bring our therapy to those who benefit from it the most.
A crucial component to our outreach efforts is our Inspire the Youth Speaker Series where we invite notable musicians, actors and entertainers from the music industry and have them speak to kids in schools about, sharing their stories and knowledge with the youth. Part of our mission is to not only equip students with music lessons, but to help inspire them to reach for the stars!
*Shown is Award-winning keyboardist and singer, Victor Wooten, who spoke at our flagship school, Pride Academy in East Orange, NJ
Fashion pioneer and musician, Andy Hilfiger, speaks backstage at Dreamality's Annual Benefit Concert on the impact of music in the lives of our youth.
Dreamality's youth ambassador and Kinky Boots original cast member, Marquise Neal, chats it up with Tony Award winning actor, Billy Porter, Television & Broadway Star, Clifton Davis, and Tony Award winning choreographer Jerry Mitchell about what it means to DREAM OUT LOUD!
Dreamality Co-Founder , Ranjini, and her students, Kathleen, Maya and Jahnavee rang in the holidays singing for the mentally disabled at one of our music therapy centers, Community Options in Hillsborough, New Jersey. It was an amazing experience for all to sing together and revel in the spirit of the holidays! "Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh, hey!"
Check out the Kidz Choir singing their hearts out at our flagship school, the Pride Academy of East Orange!