Speaking on Business: Musician’s Toolkit
Musician’s Toolkit is intended to be the top affordable music development resource in the country with a series of videos.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Gaylen Rust was so inspired during a music performance that he wanted to make music accessible to more students. So, he created the Musician’s Toolkit as a platform to support music education. The connection between music and education is huge, and the College Entrance Examination Board found that students in music class scored higher on entrance exams than students with no arts participation.
The dedication for Musician’s Toolkit is to be the top affordable music development resource in the country with a series of videos intended to provide high-quality instruction for teachers and students in music education programs and to help kids who want to create or produce music. Each video is a resource, so in addition to the teacher giving one-on-one instruction, students can learn from video content. And everyone they introduce the system to loves it!
Right now, Musician’s Toolkit has created 1,500 videos with the goal to produce 2,000 videos every year, releasing new content bi-weekly. Licensing provides access to their extensive video library for a full year with the cost of $99 for individuals, $149 for families and $1,500 for schools.
Gaylen’s goal is for Musician’s Toolkit to be in every high school and junior high statewide within three years, eventually expanding nationwide and into elementary schools.
Find more online at www.musicianstoolkit.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.