Midwood school hosts Music Tech Fest

Live musical performances, music videos and other music project created by Edward R. Murrow High School were on display Friday at its first-ever Music Tech Fest.



The school's music technology program is in its first year and was made possible by donations from clothier Levi's and singer Alicia Keys.



At the festival, students performed music from a variety of genres. Also performing was Murrow alumnus and rapper CJ Fly.



The music tech program has introduced students to opportunities in the world of music production. Students in the program have access to a state-of-the-art facility that features a new recording studio.


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