Leading the show will be Asher Knight, a rising music star, and original member of the Power of Muzik collective, who experienced physical and emotional bullying first hand, as well as Luena Martinez.
At the school, the duo will be hosting a masterclass of the educational self-help book, If You Can Speak, You Can Sing which uses music uses music therapy techniques to help young people overcome societal pressures and challenges.
As well as offering vocal tips and tricks, the book features the real-life stories of Asher and Luena, with the pair offering first hand advice on how music helped them to overcome adversity.
If You Can Speak You Can Sing, draws upon CeCe Sammy's professional life as a vocal and motivational coach and her personal life as a survivor of a brain aneurysm, which left her unable to speak or breath independently.
CeCe believes music played a vital role in her recovery as, whilst recuperating in the hospital, she saw a direct correlation between music and an increase in her mental and physical stimulation.
On the launch of If You Can Sing, You Can Speak, CeCe says:
"I hope that my new book will encourage young people to use music to help them face issues such as anxiety head on.
"With mental health and bullying common issues for today's young people, the Power of Muzik actively seeks to encourage open conversation about these topics so they don't feel along, in turn building confidence amongst the nation's youth.
"The Power of Muzik collective, including Asher and Luena, are inspiring, brave young people and I'm extremely proud to have them on the tour.
"You can really sense that the students walk away from the concerts with a more positive and optimistic outlook and energy."
"If You Can Speak, You Can Sing" will be available to buy on Amazon and in a number of retailers and will be given to every state school visited in 2019.