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Music for All’s efforts to create, provide, and expand positively life-changing experiences include awarding a number of scholarships each year. Check out the criteria for one of our scholarships below and apply by May 20, 2018.   Instrumental Merit Scholarships Instrumental Merit scholarships for members of honor ensembles are now available for eligible students enrolling in the Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, or Concert Percussion divisions of the Summer Symposium.  National Honor Ensemble Instrumental Scholarship$200 Scholarship For members of the 2017 or 2018 national honor ensembles, including the Music for All Honor Ensembles and ensembles like the GRAMMY Jazz Band, ASTA’s…
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If you’ll be in Texas this weekend, please come see us at the Music for All Booth #1148! Several of our staff will be available to speak with you, and we will also have materials available including the 2018 Bands of America Championship Schedule and Application, the 2018 Music for All Summer Symposium promotional materials, and application packets for the 2019 Music for All National Festival! After you’ve stopped by, don’t forget to catch some of the clinics and presentations that are happening throughout the weekend. Below is a list of sessions and performances that are being presented by friends…
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Please join us in welcoming Conlon Griesmer to Music for All!   As Event Coordinator, Griesmer is responsible for assisting with the planning of all events, coordinating the volunteer program, managing vendor relations, event supplies and materials, and serves as the liaison for the “SWAG Team” of volunteers at the Music for All Summer Symposium. Griesmer’s involvements with Music for All begin in 2014 as a volunteer for Bands of America Championships and the Music for All National Festival. He went on to serve as an Events Department Intern and remained with the organization as a seasonal event staff member before…
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Please join us in celebrating Emily Ambriz on her recent promotion to Marketing Coordinator!    As Marketing Coordinator, Ambriz’s responsibilities include email and social media campaigns; web, digital, and print, design; and marketing projects. "Emily has been a valuable member of the Music for All staff this past year in a different capacity,” says Debbie Laferty Asbill, Vice President of Marketing and Communications. “It is a pleasure to bring her on board the Marketing team where her skills and passion for promoting Music for All’s message, programs, and events will continue to be an asset to the organization and our…
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Please join us in welcoming Sarah Loughery to Music for All! Music for All has named Sarah Loughery Controller of the organization, based in its downtown Indianapolis headquarters. As Controller, Loughery is responsible for the oversight and management of all finance and accounting functions, ensuring proper procedures and systems are in place to support effective planning, program implementation, audits, and internal controls that directly support Music for All’s programming. “We are delighted to add Sarah to the Finance team at Music for All,” said Nancy Carlson, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. “She has exactly the combination of experience…
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For over a year, viewers have been tuned in to professionally recorded live broadcasts of Bands of America events on FloMarching. This is a fantastic virtual option for all of us to experience life-changing performances.Music for All has additional plans to meet our growing audience interest and to bring life to timeless past performances.Music for All has contracted with the Scholastic Performance Network (The “SPiN Network”) to provide Music for All students, parents, and fans access to on-demand videos of scholastic music performances at a reasonable cost, including archival Music for All and Bands of America performances 2015 and prior.Students,…
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Music for All is excited to announce the release of “One Journey, One Vision,” a full-length documentary about the Bands of America in the 2017 Rose Parade. A film crew was embedded with the 2017 BOA Honor Band in the Rose Parade during their time in Southern California and Pasadena, capturing the behind-the-scenes moments, performances, interviews with students and faculty, and telling the story from arrival to the Parade itself...and beyond. Music for All is making this film available at no cost to stream online: Stream "One Journey, One Vision" Now It is also available for download for $6.99. I…
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Music for All and FloVoice are pleased to announce that, for the first time, all of the ensemble concerts of the 2018 Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha, will be live streamed, March 15-17, from Indianapolis, Indiana. Live streamed performances will be available on the FloVoice online channel, to subscribers of FloVoice and any of the FloSports family of channels. Venues and concerts that will be live streamed include all 2018 Festival school choirs, concert bands, orchestras, percussion ensembles, and chamber ensembles, as well as the honors concerts: the Honor Band of America, Honor Orchestra of America, Jazz…
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Music for All has added the Music Production Boot Camp to the Music for All Summer Symposium starting this year. The Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha, is the largest national weeklong summer music camp for students and teachers. The 43rd annual Symposium will take place at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana from June 25-June 30 at Ball State University. The Music for All Music Production Boot Camp curriculum is an immersive music production experience for high school students. Participants will study with award-winning recording engineers and producers in a state-of-the art facility. The Production Boot Camp…
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The Southern Invitational, Music for All’s first choral Affiliate Regional Music Fesitval, took place last fall at Georgia Southern University. Music for All Affiliate Choral Representative, Dr. Shannon Jeffreys, Director of Choral Activities at Georgia Southern and Dr. David Langley, Assistant Professor of Music Education at Georgia Southern led an exciting two-day choral experience for high school choirs from Georgia and South Carolina. Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand, Music for All representative clinician and Director of Choral Activities at Oakwood University joined clinicians Kim Mann and Jeffrey Clayton to provide feedback to the participating choirs and conductors.  Pictured left to right:…
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