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Teneill Childers, 12, a seventh-grader at Eisenhower Middle School in Kansas City, Kan., receives a piano lesson Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, from Isabel Keleti, a third-year music student at Kansas University, via Skype and special pianos that reproduce the performer’s movements on each instrument. Teneill is part of KU School of Music's Piano Without Borders program that remotely provides kids in need with private lessons.

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KU's remote piano program provides lessons to kids in need

Teneill Childers, 12, is one of nine students at Eisenhower Middle School taking part in Piano Without Borders, a groundbreaking new initiative from the KU School of Music that provides kids in need with private lessons remotely.


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