Granville Community Music School

Named after Opry founder, Granville “Grant” Leftwich, Granville Community Music School provides quality music instruction to children from low-income families for just 50 cents per lesson. Granville is modeled after Nashville’s long running W.O Smith Community Music School and open to children ages 9 - 18. In addition to private music lessons, Granville also provides group music classes for Positive Tomorrows, an OKC school for homeless children, Mission Academy High School for students recovering from substance addiction or abuse and other underserved OKC public schools.

749
students

30
schools
served

170
private
lessons

579
in group
classes

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How Can You Help?

Do you have instruments you or your children are no longer using? We would love to put those to great use in the hands of our students.

We are always in need of volunteer music teachers, especially in the areas of piano, guitar, and violin. For more info, please email oprystaff@ohfo.org or call (405)297-9773.

For more information about the Granville Community Music School, please contact:

Leticia Garcia, Granville Program Director
lgarcia@ohfo.org
(405)297-9773