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One Note at a Time

With educational funds decreasing at a record pace, BeInstrumental exists to ensure that every child has access to a musical education. From instruments and lessons to musical mentoring - BeInstrumental is changing our world, one note at a time.

The University of Toledo and BeInstrumental are offering group music lessons at the University of Toledo Main Campus, Center for Performing Arts. To Register, CLICK HERE

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Student Programs

BeInstrumental Foundation works to ensure that students have the opportunity to obtain a musical education through many different types of programs...

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Musicians Program

The BeInstrumental Artist Program consists of professional musicians wishing to give back to the musical community through teaching of theory and instrument...

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Gift of Music

Your support of BeInstrumental will have an everlasting impact by providing an aspiring artist music education and resources. Donations to BeInstrumental...

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About BeInstrumental®

The BeInstrumental Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to harnessing the power of the arts by providing aspiring musicians programs with educational opportunities, mentoring and the financial resources to pursue their music ambitions. Founded in 2009 with our headquarters in Toledo, Ohio, BeInstrumental emerged as a result of alarming cuts in funding for in-school music instruction and the need for quality music and arts education as part of the core curriculum for every student. Schools with low-achieving and disadvantaged students are often the first to lose their art and music programs. BeInstrumental seeks to make music education a reality for young artists who would otherwise have limited or no exposure to the arts.