21st and Union’s Meter Music School got a lot of ink in Sunday’s Pacific Northwest Magazine in the Seattle Times.
The magazine featured the humble community music school’s swift rise from a small, low-traffic music school to an active hub of music education with a base of 150 students (see our report back when the school opened in spring 2011). Meter Music School is a CDNews advertiser.
Most weeknights, the classrooms buzz with tentative rock and pop music — maybe a confident Bach chorale on violin if you’re lucky — all happening simultaneously in private lessons and small-group classes. That tiny drum room, behind a sliding door in back by the kitchen, virtually throbs as students try out rhythms that are plenty loud and just familiar enough to recognize.
Some students are playing for the first time. Others have come to refresh skills they learned years ago but neglected.
At the center of it all is Bosworth, a 35-year-old with the long, curly hair of a rocker and the cheery disposition of the Pied Piper.
Here’s the video accompanying the story: