Henry Clay High School gets windfall of sound equipment via unexpected arts donation

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High School Nation, the country’s largest secondary school touring music festival, added Henry Clay to its fall lineup along with the promise of a complete recording studio – donated and installed on the Lexington campus.

The two-hour celebration of the arts, which enveloped Henry Clay’s soccer field, featured sponsor booths; demos of guitars, drums, and sound equipment; and live entertainment on multiple stages.

Last week’s event also showcased an array of related career options such as film, fine arts and performing arts, fashion, photography, journalism, and stage production (Photo Provided)

Last week’s event also showcased an array of related career options such as film, fine arts and performing arts, fashion, photography, journalism, and stage production.

Henry Clay was one of two Kentucky schools tapped for the current tour – chosen because of its size and diversity. High School Nation’s goal for 2017 is to build fully functioning, professional recording studios in 60 public high schools from coast to coast.

The organization supplies funding, instruments, gear, and components from some two dozen high-end manufacturers. For more information, visit highschoolnation.org.

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