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LA Music School Helps Underserved Students Reach Big Stages Including 'The Voice' & GRAMMYs

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White Hall Arts Academy is a nonprofit music school providing affordable arts education for underserved students in Los Angeles. Founder Tanisha Hall has mentored countless students in a variety of instruments and genres over the past 10 years, and focuses on keeping the school's programs affordable so children from all backgrounds can participate in the arts, including free enrollment for any kids in foster care. Students from the academy have gone on to find success, including GRAMMY winner Ant Clemons and "The Voice" contestant Jordyn Simone. Current student Che joins the show to express their gratitude to Tanisha.

Appearing:Kelly Clarkson
Tags: Kelly Clarkson
S3 E010 minTV-PGHighlightTalk and InterviewDaytime


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