Music Monday: Learn to Do It

What song makes you want to learn how to sing or play on an instrument?

View our staff picks here Learn to Do It

Musical Instrument Collage

Karena, Program Director
J.S. Bach’s Suite No. 1, Prelude. It makes me want to learn cello.

Lorena, Program Manager
“The Tallest Man, The Broadest Shoulders” by Sufjan Stevens.

Laura, New Sector Alliance Resident
“All My Life” by K-Ci and JoJo

Ivy, Finance & Operations Manager
The Beatles

Anne, Program & Communications Manager
“Candy” by The Presidents of the United States of America. I love the guitar solo. “Money” by Pink Floyd. The Bass line is fly. “Norwegian Wood” by the Beatles. Yes, I played the sitar at one point.

Larry, Program & Administrative Assistant
For Guitar – “Are You There (With Another Girl) by Dionne Warwick. For Piano – “He Holds His Own” by Mary Wells.

Jessica, Executive Director
“On A Clear Day You Can See Forever” by Barbara Streisand.

Beverly, Individual Giving Manager
The Beatles’s “Hey Jude” or Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”

Gary, Artistic Director
“Split Kick” by the Art Blakey Quintet. Specifically Clifford Brown.


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