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Kids of the Kingdom

A Chicago youth program from June 26th-August 11th

Summer Music Academy presented by
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About Us

Kids of the Kingdom (KOK) is a summer program focused on the children of Chicago.

Founded at Emerald Avenue Church in 1977 by Sister Gladys Bennett, KOK provides an outlet for recreation, socialization, and expression for Chicago youth throughout the summer with interactive events, field-trips, and dynamic lesson plans.

SocialWorks and LANDR are partnering to provide students in Chicago the necessary tools to tell their stories to the world.

Together, we’ll shape the musicians of tomorrow, by supporting the kids today.

Program Information

Class Info
Our class is capped at 75 students, and enrollment will begin May 15th.

During the course of our 7-week program, students will be exposed to a variety of dynamic on-site lessons mixed with weekly field-trips, giving the children a voice through socialization and spiritual expression.
Dates
KOK runs from June 26th - August 11th, Monday through Friday, from 9AM - 3PM.
Contact

Covenant Faith Church of God

10505 S. Halsted, Chicago IL 60628

773-568-2685

Covenant Faith Church of God
LANDR enables musicians to create and get heard.

Using big data and machine learning to instantly master audio files, LANDR gives music creators a custom, professional master for a fraction of the cost of traditional studios.

Sign up and master a track for free, and LANDR will donate $1 to the Summer Music Academy.

LANDR provides creators with organization and workflow tools built for musicians, making it an invaluable creation platform for artists before, and after, releasing music.
LANDR's global community includes major labels WMG and Atlantic Records as well as reknowned songwriters. LANDR was recently used by guitar legend Adrian Belew in the making of Pixar’s Piper—The 2017 Oscar Winner for Best Short Film (Animated).
In the short time since launching, LANDR has garnered major awards like CNBC’s Upstart 25, CIX’s top 20, SXSW V2V, as well as press from Forbes, Fast Company, Vice and TechCrunch.
Partnerships include major music industry players like SoundCloud, TuneCore, Native Instruments, CD Baby, ASCAP and several other major PROs around the world.

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