Doors are open to 14 to 24-year-olds, with an emphasis on at-risk kids. I'm talking about kids who are homeless, who've emancipated, on probation. The man behind Rytmo is Joey Arreguin. Once a week, he steps away from his day job as a music producer at his ‘Love and Laughter' studio to share his knowledge. These classes don't just teach music, there is a greater life lesson. Rytmo stands for "Reaching Youth Through Music Opportunities."
Some students have seen success in the music biz. A class CD was made and three songs were placed on television shows. Rytmo is a non-profit. There is a fee for expenses, and financial aid opportunities and scholarships offered.
Website: www. Rytmo.org
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