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NY Arts Program Brings 'Harmony' to Low-Income Students

  • Aired: 02/24/2012
  • 10:29
  • Rating: E
Serving mostly low-income children in New York City, an innovative music education program called Harmony provides free instruments and daily music lessons to children in third through sixth grades. Correspondent John Merrow reports on an arts program changing lives in public schools, based on a system developed in Venezuela.
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