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Artist in Residence Brings Ukuleles to Santa Rosa School

With the school year beginning, special programs that focus on nontraditional approaches to education are also getting underway.

One such innovation brings free weekly music lessons to a local elementary school. As Steve Mencher reports, the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts is building on a successful pilot.

As the school year progresses, we'll hope to visit the classes, and showcase some of the student compositions right here. Below, see a performance from the pilot phase of the project.

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