Musically-minded volunteers are being sought to help teach orphans how to play a variety of instruments.
The Camarata Music Company Outreach Volunteers is looking for more participants to help in its program to teach orphanage children how to play music, and about music in general. Helpers do not need to be an expert in an instrument, just able to play it and commit to teaching once or twice a week. Lessons can be taught in English, so Korean language skills are not a prerequisite. The organization is especially looking for people who can teach the following instruments: drums, guitar, flute, trumpet, euphonium, piano and violin.
However, there are openings for all instruments. To register as a volunteer for this program email Ryan Goessl at email@example.com.