Music Notes

In-Person Walk & Roll Concerts

Music Notes is an educational music company that has created a custom walking and biking-themed assembly for Alameda County SR2S that teaches walking and biking safety through hip hop songs and videos. Founded by two middle school teachers from South Central Los Angeles, Music Notes has performed for over 100,000 students across the country. The team’s educational music videos have over 1,000,000 views on YouTube.

Music Notes concerts are targeted for elementary and middle school audiences.   

These concerts can be delivered in person at a school assembly.

Please email Jimmy Pascascio at to request your school’s Music Notes concert.

Online Walk & Roll Concerts

Music Notes concerts are also available virtually. The virtual pre-recorded concert will be streamed online at a time of your choosing and will be followed up by a live web-based video chat between the performers and your students.

This virtual experience will teach the same walking and biking safety covered in the in-person concert. This activity is best suited for elementary and middle school students, with three versions of the concert available (lower elementary, upper elementary, and middle school).

General Information

Presentation details:

  • Session length: 40 minutes (virtual pre-recorded concert video) + 15 minutes (live Q&A video call)
  • Number of students/classes that can be accommodated at once: Unlimited students per virtual concert; maximum 100 students per Q&A
  • Number of classes that can be booked at one school per day: Up to eight Q&A sessions may be booked per school per day
  • Active movement component?: None, except students are encouraged to dance during the virtual concert video
  • Technology requirements: Virtual concert video is sent as a link; Q&A can be over Zoom or the school’s preferred video technology

To book, please review available dates here and then fill out the Music Notes Concert Request Form.

Eligibility Requirements

There are no eligibility requirements for this program.

For questions, please contact Jimmy Pascascio at