A non-traditional musical group is sharing its message with local kids. The award-winning international percussion group, STOMP, visited with students at Robert Benjamin Wiley Community Charter School.
The members of STOMP performing for the students and taking questions about their journey. Organizers say they can teach children valuable lessons about hard work and creativity. Teacher, Kim Koch, says, “I think this is an excellent experience because it gives the kids an idea of some of the things to do outside of school besides just your everyday, mainstream careers.”
STOMP is performing tonight at the Warner Theater at 7:30.