Announcing our 2017 Scholarship Recipients!

On Saturday, April 22nd, we awarded 2017 Music Doing Good Scholarships to 100 students in grades 4-12. These students and their families came together for an awards ceremony hosted by Music Doing Good’s President and Founder, Ms. Marie Taylor Bosarge. When awarding scholarships, Music Doing Good’s Scholarship program looks at more than just a student’s musical […]

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The Beyoncé of Education: Aisha Ussery

During my two-month recovery from surgery, I began to suffer from unbearable ennui. How would I lay around all day with nothing but my thoughts to keep me company? I COULD NEVER. Fortunately, I was invited to non-strenuous artistic activities. At separate events, I saw my former Music Doing Good in Schools students.  Three tall, handsome and intelligent young […]

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Marie’s Notes: Reflections

In the words of inspirational author, Shannon L. Adler, “Beauty is not who you are on the outside, it is the wisdom and time you gave away to save another struggling soul like you.” We do not always understand the circumstances in which we find ourselves. And no matter what our circumstances, each of us […]

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Music is the Best Teacher’s Aid!

North Belt Elementary School asked if Music Doing Good would come read a book to the second grade class as part of their Easter/Spring celebration. Aisha Ussery, Program Director for Music Doing Good in Schools, accepted the invitation, but was inspired to write an original story. Naturally, it included music, so Phillip Hall, Assistant Program […]

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Good Playing and Ain’t Misbehavin’

No doubt you’ve seen him behind the ivories at a Music Doing Good concert. Pianist and Assistant Director of Music Doing Good in Schools, Phillip Hall, is a musician whose talents are in high demand. He recently returned from a five-week run of Ain’t Misbehavin’ at Syracuse Stage in Syracuse, NY. Hailed by Broadway World […]

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