BRIARCLIFF MANOR - There's something to sing about at the Briarcliff Middle School this morning.
The school held a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday for its brand new state-of-the-art digital music lab.
The lab features 26 new iMacs, a silent practice studio and hi-tech equipment aimed at helping students compose and perform their very own musical masterpieces. "It's really fun, you can create your own music, and they don't really tell you what to do. You can use your own creativity," says seventh-grader Rachel Rosen.
The digital music lab officially opened to students in the fall. A $76,000 grant from the Briarcliff Manor Education Foundation paid for the project.