Danielle Bradbery Visiting High Schools to Support Music Education
Danielle Bradbery will hit the road next month to speak to her peers about a cause important to her. The 17-year-old has partnered with the Give a Note Foundation and Disney Performing Arts to travel to high schools, sharing with students, educators and parents the importance of music education in schools.
The tour, which runs from March 3-7, coincides with National Music in Our Schools Month. The winner of Season 4 of 'The Voice' will conclude the trek on March 8 with a performance at the Walt Disney Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., where a national competitive music festival among top school bands, instrumental and vocal ensembles all over the country is being held.
The Texas native admits she struggled knowing whether she should continue in her own school or pursue her music career full-time.
“We’re definitely trying to figure out if I should go back to school or keep online schooling," she said last August. "It depends on my schedule. We’re thinking if I went back to my regular school, it’d be kinda crazy!”
3/3 - Eldorado High School in Albuquerque, N.M.
3/4 - Cypress Ranch High School near Houston, Texas
3/5 - Classen School of Advanced Studies in Oklahoma City, Okla.
3/6 - Antioch High School near Nashville, Tenn.
3/7 - Northwest School for the Arts in Charlotte, N.C.