November 22, 2012

Atlanta Music Project gains steam

Photo by Phil Skinner

The room at Coan Middle School seems to expand and shiver with the booming sound, as Asia Latimore moves the bow across the strings of her bass violin.

“Now what went wrong there?” asks her teacher, Katie Algarra. “You had the right fingering but the wrong string.”

Asia, 14, corrects her left hand, and as the sound improves, the Coan eighth-grader, who is not as tall as her instrument, smiles with the achievement.

Asia says she likes the bass because “you don’t have to hold it under your chin,” but there’s another reason to play the bass, a benefit that should accrue to Asia and the other children practicing their violins and cellos at Coan in this after-school program…

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Read original article found on the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution website.
By: Bo Emerson

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One Response to Atlanta Music Project gains steam

  1. cierra butler says:

    omg thats me in that pic !

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