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On Stage 4 Kids performs at Boyne Falls School

It was a special day at Boyne Falls Public Schools where musicians Mike Shimmin, Mike Lynch and Seth Bernard from On Stage 4 Kids shared music education and live performance with students.

An attentive crowd learned about various instruments and genres of music, including the riq, a type of tambourine often used in traditional Arabic music.

On Stage 4 Kids is a nonprofit dedicated to the education of K-12 students on the history, songwriting and culture of American music.

It was a special day on at Boyne Falls Public Schools where musicians Mike Shimmin, Mike Lynch and Seth Bernard from On Stage 4 Kids shared music education and live performance with students. An attentive crowd learned about various instruments and genres of music, including the riq, a type of tambourine often used in traditional Arabic music. On Stage 4 Kids is a nonprofit dedicated to the education of K-12 students on the history, songwriting and culture of American music.

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