October’s Something Wicked crowd of over 20,000 attendees did more than just dance the day and night away to great music. With a strategic partnership between The Bob Moog Foundation, Disco Donnie Presents, NightCulture, and Houston venue, Stereo Live, donations generated from Something Wicked ticket sales helped host a workshop to teach students at Cornelius Elementary in Houston about the science of sound through the magic of music this past October 21st.
Presented to the entire student body of 950 students, the workshop consisted of two parts: An interactive sonic experience and a 45-minute presentation of the science of sound. The workshop inspires creativity in students by education students by providing an introduction into the physics and science of electronic music.
“Dr. Bob’s Sonic Workshop is an especially rewarding way for Something Wicked to give back to Houston, because we can offer our strengths and expertise in electronic music to positively affect children’s lives. The goal of the workshop is simple — we want to help develop the creative abilities of the community’s children in a lasting manner,” said Disco Donnie Presents CEO and founder Donnie Estopinal.
Disco Donnie Presents and Something Wicked will continue to seek lasting partnerships around the city of Houston and the best part is that all you have to do to help out, is join us on the dance floor!