— The Lexington Music Academy will be open to anyone who is a musician with a disability, according to the academy’s website.
The academy, which opened in March, offers music instruction for students ages 3 to 18.
The program has been featured in a number of television, film and music videos.
Its website says the program has received national recognition and has been named an “Outstanding Achievement in Musical Education” by the American Association of Music Educators.
The music academy has been an official partner of the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction since 2017.
The new program is part of a new push to open more music programs for students with special needs.
Earlier this month, the Trump administration announced a new goal of opening 200 more music schools across the country by 2025.