Film Screening: Find Your Groove


Film Screening: Find Your Groove

Sun · May 28, 2017

5:00 pm


This event is free and open to the public

No ticket or reservation is needed

Film Screening: Find Your Groove
"Find Your Groove,” an award-winning, feature length documentary film, will premiere at Charleston Music Hall on May 28t​ h​. As public school across America experience devastating cuts to the arts that deny youth an enriching educational experience, the film explores the power of music education. It features the Allegro Charter School of Music, who are honored to host the movie’s premiere and serve as an example of successful music integration.
The documentary is narrated by teachers, students, scholars and entertainment icons who have been positively affected by the power of music in schools. Many celebrities who stand strong for the continued need for music education also share their stories and support; icons include Tony Bennett, Whoopi Goldberg, Neve Campbell, Kevin Bacon and Norman Lear.

“Find Your Groove” is produced and directed by Mike Kirk in production with Black Bear Studios, in association with Producer Capital Fund, The Creative Coalition – a non-profit advocacy group formed by members of the American entertainment industry – Charliewood Pictures LLC, and Student Transportation Inc.
The 1.5-hour screening will be open to the public. Guests are encouraged to RSVP online at to ensure a seat at the premiere. ​The event will run from 5-8pm, including a reception for all attendees after the screening at the Charleston Music Hall. Special performances will include the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Kevin Patton Quartette, The Jazzettes, JAH Melody, and live painting by Sara Pittman. This event is open to all ages.

For additional info and press inquires, please contact Ali Miller at or visit

About Allegro Charter School of Music
The mission of the Allegro Charter School of Music is to produce inspired thinkers and creative members of society through the infusion of music into an

academically challenging environment. Located at 120 Broad Street on the Charleston Peninsula, Allegro prepares students in grades 6-12 for the pursuit of creative work in any field, using music as a medium to inspire and foster creativity, coupled with a strong academic program.

The vision of the school is aligned with the purpose of the SC Charter School Act to “create new, innovative, and more flexible ways of educating children within the public school system, with the goal of closing achievement gaps between low performing student groups and high performing student groups.”

For additional info and press inquires, please contact Kelli Aja at or visit
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403