Our purpose is simple. To give the gift of music to those less fortunate, the underserved in our community, our low income, under privileged neighbors and the heroes that served our country.
The lessons are FREE
We teach just about any instrument with an emphasis on teaching the student to perform or at the very least teaching them to play with ease. Our no pressure lessons and gentle positive reinforcement techniques assure fun and learning are combined.
"Music gives comfort. Music gives joy, invigorates and inspires. Music creates moods, triggers memories and touches God’s heart."
~ Robert Gabriel
I am a recently retired musician and have started this organization to teach music to the underserved and low income students in the greater Northern Virginia area-FOR FREE!! Our team works with kids, teens, adults and our heroes that are currently in the armed services or veterans. All they need is a desire to play and we will teach.
Greek philosophers Aristotle and Plato believed in the existence of a solid connection between music and mathematics and included music as a genre of mathematics.
The musicians here at Gabriel Songs see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change through music. Since our beginnings, we have been driven by the same ideas on which we initially founded our non-profit: giving the gift of music
We teach music to the underprivileged, low income, underserved, active military and veterans in northern Virginia.
We give the lessons FREE
Studies show that children who play instruments are able to complete complex mathematical problems better than peers who do not play instruments and improve a student's cognition and ability to learn math skills. A recent study showed that learning and performing music could improve maths performance by 40 percent.
Please learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making a positive impact for everyone we meet.
If you'd like to help, get in touch and we'll talk...thanks.
We are looking for volunteer teachers
If you like to help teach people that could really use a helping hand, please get in touch with Robert Gabriel through this website or call Rob at: 703-220-3343.