Belize’s Music Ambassador, Shyne Barrow, has made some moves that have seen him embraced even more in the music industry. While he has been providing workshops for local artists and opportunities for them to perform locally and internationally, he has been networking with several regional and international artists to see how he can add to Belize’s music industry. Since 2017, Barrow has been in discussion with Soca King, Machel Montano and toying with the idea of a music school in the south. The idea of the music school has always been the dream for the principal of the Stann Creek Ecumenical High School, Mrs Jeremy Cayetano as well as her staff and board members. That dream is on its way to become reality via the assistance of not only Machel Montano but Tanya Stephens and Aurelio Martinez. The trio performed at a concert last week with plans to have the proceeds used to begin construction of the Ecumenical Music School. A ground breaking was held on Monday, November 12. To get things started in terms of instruments, the Music Ambassador donated twelve guitars along with two thousand five hundred dollars. Barrow has also committed to assist in training as needed once the school is functional.