Many kids have dreams of becoming someone who inspires others through music, but their family does not have the money to support them and pay for their lessons or their instruments. It's really disheartening when you realize how much potential they have to truly make a difference!

Through every aspect of Ryan Ace Music, we want to make it possible for any child to have the opportunity to become that musician they dream to be, regardless of the costs for instruments, lessons, and other expenses. In truth, others have been inspired to become great musicians because someone took a chance on them with small scholarships that they receive towards their education. It would only be right for the music community to give back to those kids who deserve to follow their dreams and become great musicians too. We have been able to help a few, but it becomes difficult to do so when there are so many talented kids that need our support. This is why we need your help!


How it works

The music fund is empowered by fundraisers, sponsors, affiliates, the music shop, music classes, and individual donations from wonderful people like you!

By also buying any products from the Online Music Shop, 5% will go towards helping little musicians in local music academies near you!


How you can get helped

Depending on your financial circumstances, you may be eligible to get music lessons, instruments, or other related music expenses at no cost by completing the online application form. If you're approved, we will work with the nearest music teacher/music store to provide you with what you need. You currently have the most chances of receiving funding if you are located in the Central Florida area, but we are partnering with music teachers and music stores in other major cities (such as Nashville, New York, Miami, and many more) to make the fund available nationwide. With a large network of like-minded educators and team members, we can reach kids everywhere!

A discussion of why music is important to a child's life. They discuss the realities of whether music makes your child smarter, how it helps them emotionally, and get into how well we teach music both in school and out - which leads to the fundamental question: why does music have to be justified?

When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. What's going on? Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians' brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout.