Taylor Swift, the country music and pop music legend at just 23-years of age, opened her own $4 million Taylor Swift Education Center at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, according to Time Magazine on Sunday. In addition to that great event occurring on Saturday, Swift will receive her record-setting sixth songwriter-artist of the year award from the Nashville Songwriters Association International organization on Sunday.
On Saturday, Swift took the honor of cutting the ribbon on the new education center of which she donated to the museum. The addition of the Taylor Swift Education Center is part of the current expansion program at the famed Hall of Fame and Museum facility. At the event, Swift personally took media as well as Nashville-area high school students through the new classroom and exhibit area.
Swift expressed that she was very excited about Nashville having this new music education center – and even more so since it was the first day that the educational facility was being used via three classes that were in session already.
Swift said she hopes to be involved with different programs at the new center. She believes doing a questions and answer discussion with students would be fun, as well as having songwriter discussions for students.
What a magnificent opportunity for songwriters to have in America’s music city.