(LOS ANGELES) Top rated performing arts school, White Hall Arts Academy is continuing to break barriers for its performing arts students with the recent announcement of a partnership with leading audio software technology company, Izotope, to build a music production and learning computer lab at its South Los Angeles headquarters. After receiving a $25,000 grant from The Lewis Prize for Music fund in June, White Hall Arts Academy also committed to paying it forward in a collaboration with local non-profit organization, Friends of the Children – Los Angeles. The program will provide $10,000 worth of instruction in voice, instrumentation and stage performance. WHAA will also be able to make referrals to FriendsLA for enrollment in their long-term mentorship program for systemically disadvantaged youth.
Recognized as a Top Music Schoolby ThreeBestRated.com for three consecutive years, White Hall has become a breeding ground for young stars. Tanisha and her team of instructors teach on average 100 students per week ranging from little kids up the street, to television stars and recording artists such as Sierra Capri, Sanai Victoria, Paloma Ford, Ant Clemons and many more. Her students have appeared on all national talent competitions American Idol, The Voice and America’s Got Talent.
Located in central Los Angeles, the WHAA was founded in 2011 by music industry veteran and meritorious vocal and piano instructor Tanisha Hall. Accompanying her is a staff of accomplished performers and teachers who have credits throughout the entertainment industry. The WHAA offers a conservatory-level curriculum focusing on the fundamental skills of technique, composition, artistry and performance in music, dance and drama. Learn more at www.whitehallacademy.org.