Does anyone here have any experience with music programs that offer violin lessons (or orchestra, chamber music, or music-related mentoring) to underprivileged children for free or reduced prices, and which rely on volunteer teachers/coaches/mentors?
If you've been a student in such a program, do you think it was useful? Did you value the experience? What did you like and what could have been improved?
If you've been a teacher/mentor/coach in such a program, what was the experience like?
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