Key Middle School performs in honor of Dr. King

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HOUSTON, TX – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?'”

The point of MLK Day is to create a project that impacts your community.

At Key Middle School, the kids are giving the gift of music to others in Dr. King’s honor.

Most of the kids are new to the jazz band, but showed no nerves when performing for the community.

The kids were joined onstage by the Conrad Johnson Orchestra for some more advanced tunes.

Different types of music coming together in one auditorium can make a positive impact on anyone in the audience, but the kids wanting to learn more was one of the best impressions coming from the performance.

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