The Chicago Reporter: “Sound Investment”
“In 1976, Juilliard-trained pianist Rita Simó hung a sign outside a grungy old Uptown beauty salon, offering free food and beer to anyone willing to help her clean it up. Six hours and 18 volunteers later, all the caked-on hairspray and grime had been scrubbed away, making room for free music education: the People’s Music School…”
Read the entire article here, in The Chicago Reporter magazine.
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