Martin O’Grady, owner of the Woodlawn Irish Music Group, offers music lessons from his Bronx home

Students who range from 3 years old to their early teens are taught by experienced music teachers who use O'Grady's home for free.

Students who range from 3 years old to their early teens are taught by experienced music teachers who use O'Grady's home for free. (1/25/14)

THE BRONX - A Bronx man is sharing his love for music by providing lessons in his own home.

Martin O'Grady started Woodlawn Irish Music Group 10 years ago, and since then he has been opening up his home for music lessons.

Students who range from 3 years old to their early teens are taught by experienced music teachers who use O'Grady's home for free.

Since O'Grady doesn't charge them, instructors offer lessons to parents at a very low price.

Parents say the affordable music lessons helps kids appreciate their heritage.

About 500 children take part in the Woodlawn Irish Music Group each week.

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