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Base Academy of Music
Clint Velazquez
Founder

Mission: We teach the foundations of music to urban youth to help them see their God given potential and succeed in school and beyond.

BAM was officially formed in 2013 as a nonprofit organization in the state of Missouri.  We believe music education is a vital part of a complete education and students who want to study music should be able to, regardless of the community they live in or their economic status.  We know the lessons learned in music help develop us into competent, contributing members of our communities.
The organization will provide private and group lessons, in addition to after school programs and small ensembles to the students of the KCMO school district .

www.bamkc.org

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Saint James United Methodist Church

5540 Wayne Ave
Kansas City MO 64110
Pastor Dr. Emanual Cleaver III
 
Mission: St. James’ mission is to make disciples for Jesus Christ.
This is what we strive to do as a people called St. James United Methodist Church.
 
Motto: Connecting people with God in practical ways.
This is a short and concise reminder of what we are all about.
 
Vision: Connecting people with God though exciting worship, compassionate outreach, and authentic Faith development.
This is how we will live out our mandate of connecting people with God.

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Kansas City Young Audiences

5601 Wyandotte St
Kansas City, MO 64113
(816)531-4022

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist when he grows up.” Pablo Picasso 

Founded in 1961, KCYA’s original mission was to bring classical music programs to area school children. Since that time, KCYA has expanded to deliver programs in all arts disciplines including music, dance, theater, creative writing and visual arts through partnerships with professional Teaching Artists and Arts Partners. KCYA helps schools provide arts programs to their students as well as operates the Community School of the Arts which provides children the opportunity to further explore their own artistic and creative abilities beyond the regular school day. Serving more than 5 million in its history, KCYA is the largest provider of arts programs in the Kansas City area and one of the largest members of the national Young Audiences Arts for Learning network.

www.kcya.org