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It’s Back to School with Muhammad School of Music!

It’s Back to School Season and Muhammad School of Music (MSOM) is announcing open enrollment for its Fall Session!  Give your child the lifelong benefits of studying a musical instrument, which include increased reading, math and analytical skills, discipline, teamwork, responsibility, and the rewards of hardwork and dedication.  
Now in two convenient locations in Downtown Buffalo and Cheektowaga just off the 33 expressway, MSOM is enrolling students for instruction on Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Guitar, Piano, and Flute.  All ages and playing abilities are welcome.  Youth, adult, beginner, novice, amateur, or professional, there is no better time than now to start your musical journey.  
MSOM Founder and Maestro Henri Star Muhammad says “I am proud of MSOM’s nearly 20 years of service in the Western New York Region.  MSOM has taught students from all over the country, and our alumni have gone on to top universities such as Harvard University and the State Universities of New York.  I meet former students who are now doctors, lawyers, in politics, law enforcement, education, music and other artistic expressions, and are productive members of their communities.  The benefits of a musical education are transferable to any field of endeavor.”  
Join Maestro Henri Star and the MSOM Chamber Players for a special Curtain Up Buffalo Performance on Friday, September 14 at 7 pm at the Main Street Gallery, located at 515 Main Street in the heart of Downtown Buffalo.  Then, stay tuned for MSOM Open House dates at both the Buffalo and Cheektowaga Studios.  Register today!
For more information and to register for the MSOM Fall Music Session 2018 please call or write to: Muhammad School of Music, P.O. Box 936, Buffalo, New York 14205(716)570-5064; Email: or visit
Muhammad School of Music (MSOM) has been enriching the community with music since 1999.  The school serves students from BuffaloNiagara Falls, the surrounding suburbs, Toronto(Canada), in addition to students who travel into Buffalo from all over the country.  MSOM also provides violin classes at numerous schools throughout the City of Buffalo and community outreach programs.  The MSOM Chamber Players and Maestro Henri Star Muhammad have performed nationwide, and have appeared in several television, radio, newspaper, and magazine features, as well as, CD and Video recording projects.  MSOM and Henri Star Muhammad have been the recipients of numerous awards and recognition, and have entertained the company and collaborated with artists such as Stevie WonderWyclef JeanJadakiss, Beverly Johnson, Minister Louis Farrakhan, Herbie HancockStephanie Mills, Beverly Todd, Bill Cosby, the Stradivari Society, and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.

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  • Do you know why almost all Americans sing very well? Because, in their music class, the teacher picks up the guitar and sings Johnny Cash or Frank Sinatra with the whole class. Therefore, everyone in the class is singing and having fun. Guitars, pianos and drums are in almost every home. In schools, there are orchestras and music groups that rehearse daily in school halls. If a child takes additional music lessons, they are counted towards him at an official school. This is just wonderful, I think many countries of the world should be equal to the United States in this matter of education. I agree with the author of the article that music schools bring joy to many students. I always wanted to study at a music school, but unfortunately I chose the faculty of journalism. I have been studying for two years in college and wrote a lot of complex work. You can write your essay by going to this essay writing service, I think essay is one of the most difficult works in college and I will be happy to help you in writing it. If you have any questions, you can find all the answers on our website.

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