Simply tell the bank you want to open up another CVS drugstore. And you will have a room designed to treat people with music therapy also. This will also require you to hire managers with degrees in psychology/psychiatry. You will also be providing your customers with all of their medical information on CD-ROMs they can take with them. This is sort of like taking some lousy musicians to make them sound competently professional. Instead of the drugstore idea, why not try for specialized automotive services? Maybe a hi-fi shop? That's how Sheffield Recordings Ltd. in Phoenix, Maryland started. You know, before Best By & Walled Mart killed all of the small businesses. What about starting an independent recording school? Where the emphasis would be on education. You need to package this up the right way in order to sell it. You are merely presenting your dream plan to them which you already know the outcome of. What about some kind of alliance with the Eastman School of Music where my dad got his bachelor's degree back in the 1940s after WWII? Or was that before WWII? He's dead so I can't ask him any more. Though I'm sure my mother knows (Marilyn Cotlow). Though, at 88 she thinks everything was just 20 or 30 years ago. LOL
The most obvious suggestion might be some kind of music school. Especially since that does not require all that much overhead. Even though you might be competing with Eastman, they offer degrees and you may only be able to offer certificates. You'd also get all of those folks that can't afford or qualify for college. In a city known for its abundance of eager, hopeful and professionally passionate musicians.
I couldn't afford to go to college and never had the grades for it anyhow. So I'm stupidly talented.
Mx. Remy Ann David