Westword is Shining a Light on AMEE’s Commitment to Inclusive Music Education

We are delighted to share with you an exciting update! AMEE – the Alliance for Music Education Equity – has been recently featured in a fascinating article published on Westword, a prominent Denver-based news outlet. The piece, titled “Alliance for Music Education Equity Makes Denver Music Education More Inclusive,” examines our ongoing efforts to ensure inclusivity and access to music education for all students in Denver.

The article discusses how AMEE is working tirelessly to dismantle barriers that hinder the widespread accessibility of quality music education. We firmly believe that every child, irrespective of their background or circumstances, should have an equal opportunity to engage in and benefit from music education.

Westword outlines how we are making a tangible impact in the local community by advocating for policy changes, providing resources, and forming key partnerships with schools and other educational institutions. The feature gives an in-depth view of our initiatives, our goals, and most importantly, our passion to drive change and inclusivity within music education.

We wholeheartedly encourage you to read the Westword article to better understand our commitment to making music education accessible for all. The publication not only highlights our efforts, but it also reaffirms the importance of our mission, and the work still needed to achieve it.

A huge thank you to Westword for highlighting our efforts and helping us spread the word about the importance of equitable access to music education. And, as always, a massive thank you to our community, partners, and supporters. Without your support and belief in our cause, our work would not be possible.

Please click here to read the full article: Alliance for Music Education Equity Makes Denver Music Education More Inclusive

Remember, every child deserves the opportunity to learn and grow through music. Together, let’s continue our journey to make that a reality!

Ana Uribe-Leteinturier
Ana Uribe-Leteinturier
Ana Luna is a French-Colombian violinist, model, and dancer raised in the U.S. and Colombia. Now based in Denver, she serves as the Director of the Alliance for Music Education Equity and collaborates with local arts organizations. A member of various committees, Ana has a Bachelor's in Violin Performance from Florida State University and a Master's from the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music. Ana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Violin Performance from the Florida State University’s College of Music where she studied with Corinne Stillwell as well as a Master's degree in Violin Performance from the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music where she served as a graduate teaching assistant to Linda Wang and Igor Pikayzen.

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