OKC Jazz Orchestra conducting used instrument drive for storm victims | News
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Jazz Orchestra is sponsoring an instrument donation project for schools and band students who have had their instruments lost or destroyed by the recent storm activity. The primary goal for this project is to get the music back into the community and to support our youth by insuring that they have instruments to use while they, their families, and their schools continue on the path of recovery and reconstruction.
Gently used band and orchestral instrument donations can be dropped off at Saied Music Company of Tulsa located at 3259 S Yale and 9320 E 71st, Gilliam Music of Norman located at 2280 W. Main St., Edmond Music of Edmond at 3400 S. Broadway, or Larsen Music in Oklahoma City at 4001 NW 63rd, St.
BancFirst locations are now accepting musical instruments for those affected by the storms, at the following locations:
BancFirst OKC – Downtown, 101 N. Broadway Ave.
BancFirst OKC – Cornell Parkway, 809 Cornell Parkway
BancFirst OKC – Waterford, 6200 Waterford Blvd.
BancFirst OKC – W. Memorial, 4500 W. Memorial
BancFirst OKC – Wilshire, 7901 N. MacArthur
BancFirst OKC – S. Penn, 9335 S. Penn
BancFirst OKC – S. May, 2930 S W 134th
BancFirst OKC – N. May, 11001 N. May
BancFirst OKC – Lincoln, 1111 N. Lincoln
BancFirst OKC – Memorial & Bdwy, 702 E. Memorial Rd
BancFirst, Norman – 1201 W. Main
Well packaged instrument donations can also be mailed to:
OKC Jazz Orchestra – Instrument Donations
PO Box 1253
Mustang, OK 73064-8253
Please include your name, address, and phone number inside the package so that we may recognize your generosity.
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