Isabella Canada, 15, who also attends Park City High School, is the vocalist,  bassist and keyboardist for SilverVein. (Courtesy of musicgarage.org)
Isabella Canada, 15, who also attends Park City High School, is the vocalist, bassist and keyboardist for SilverVein. (Courtesy of musicgarage.org)
When the Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series continues on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at Deer Valley, Park City will get the opportunity to see a new band named SilverVein open for headliner Mokie.

SilverVein is the result of a partnership between Mountain Town Music and musicgarage.org and features three Park City youths — Isabella Canada, Wyatt Pike and Courtney Spaulding.

The three core musicians were selected by musicgarage.org , an after-school rock band program, to help Mountain Town Music with its education outreach program.

"Our Mountain Town Music in Schools program has had varying degrees of success, it's been difficult attracting the caliber of musician we envisioned to present music as a culture art form in schools," said Mountain Town Music's Brian Richards. "So as a board, we discussed ways to make more of an impact. One of the ways we thought could make a difference was to offer a scholarship to a music student."

As the discussion evolved, the idea to provide multiple scholarships for kids to form a Mountain Town Music house band emerged.

"That way people could see the kids play [over time] and see how they grow musically," Richards said.

Richards had known Steve Auerbach, director for