MCPS Teacher Randi Levy Talks Rock Band and the Love of Music

In this episode of ArtsEnPower, Montgomery County Public Schools teacher and singer/songwriter Randi Levy talks about her work as a music teacher and her innovative Rock Band program in schools.

ArtsEnPower is a youth-produced program series that focuses on the ways that creative people use their artistry to positively impact their community.

ArtsEnPower is a project through the MCM Youth Media Academy. The MCM Youth Media Academy is an out-of-school time program that offers media instruction and leadership training to youth aged 13-17 years old.

Taught by Montgomery Community Media professionals, using an Advancing Youth Development (AYD) framework, MCM Youth Media Academy is designed to engage youth in quality media instruction tailored to their age group. This production was recorded and produced virtually as MCM studios are closed to the public due to COVID-19.

To learn more about MCM Youth Media Academy, visit​​

MCM Youth Media Academy ArtsEnPower Cast/Crew:
Hosted by Shahyan S.
Executive Producer-Mareya B.
Written by Khari D. and Laila J.
Trivia Game Producer Host/- Laila J.
Graphics and Opening/Closing Credits by Allen A.
MCM Youth Media Academy Instructors:
Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Ed.D.
Krushae Starnes

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About Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Ed.D.

The ArtsEnPower blog is curated by MCM’s Director of Education and Community Engagement, Khadijah Ali-Coleman, EdD. Dr. Ali-Coleman is founding director of Liberated Muse Arts Group, a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist awardee and 2020 Quadrant Playwright Fellow with Theater Alliance in Washington DC. She has taught at schools throughout the area, including Montgomery College, Northern Virginia Community College and Morgan State University. Growing up in both Montgomery County and Prince George’s County, MD, she was born in Washington DC and has shared her art within the region for more than 20 years as a performer and teaching artist.


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