Smith/Nashville Community Music School makes affordable, quality music
instruction available to children from low-income families.
A native of New York, Jonah Rabinowitz has been the Executive
Director of W.O. Smith/Nashville Community Music School since 1995. As a musician, he received his training at
the Manhattan School of Music and later attended the New England Conservatory of
Music in Boston, MA. While there, he studied with Charles Schleuter (principal trumpet of the
Boston Symphony Orchestra) and earned a Bachelor of Music degree in trumpet performance.
Rabinowitz is the former director of the Georgia Academy of Music in Atlanta. From 2011-12, he was the president of Tennesseans for the
Arts, Tennessee’s leading arts advocacy group. He was a member of the
steering committee for the Nashville Arts Coalition and also served as a member of Mayor Karl Dean’s Music City Music Council. Rabinowitz graduated from Leadership Music in 1998. He also graduated from Leadership Nashville in 2013; after graduation he served as a member of the Leadership Nashville Logistics Team for the class of 2014.
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