Rami started learning music at the age of 8, when he joined the conservatory, he was also enrolled with the "Lebanese Art House” where he studied drawing. During his time in the conservatory, he realized there were very few opportunities to actually get in the program.

Through Adagio, he plans on creating a more affordable space that offers music and art classes with the same teaching quality offered at professional centers, such as the conservatory.

Rami will launch his project to target the Chouf area where there aren’t many opportunities in the arts for people with disabilities. He wants to also shed light on this problem, and his center, Adagio, will offer courses for people with all types of disabilities.

Rami will offer mobile courses to expand the reach of musical culture in Lebanon.

Funds raised online reach up to $500 per project while UNICEF covers the remaining amount up to $1,500 for youth to pilot their projects. Viable projects will be selected by a panel of experts and will proceed to receive further coaching, mentorship, and funding upon successful completion of their pilot initiative.

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