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By Dean Kropp
Two respected music teachers and musicians from the Liguria region in Italy bring both their music and their interest in music education to New York City.
By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC - Music That Works!
Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg's new follow-up of their best-selling book Drum it Up! Here are some favorite children's books, all readily available, presented with Orff process lesson plans, songs, games, and activities.
By Easy Ear Training, Ltd.
14th October, London. Music education technology company Easy Ear Training releases innovative new album, "Popular Progressions", to teach musicians to play by ear.
By Terra Rising Records
Terra Rising Records will be collecting instruments Saturday September 28 from 11am-5pm in support of Beat Teams, the company's nationwide instrument donation program
By DitraCreative Media, LLC
John McLaughlin Williams, the first African American conductor to win a Grammy, is coming home to the Triad for the 17 Days Greensboro Arts & Music Festival.
By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC
Easy Ensemble Pieces for Classroom Music with Recorders - Grades 3 - 6
By Orpheus Academy of Music
Orpheus Will Provide Both Financial and Music Staffing Support to Non-Profit for Foster Children
By Kurth Lampe
The application deadline for "Got Bars" is Friday, August 2, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. Donda’s House, Inc. will partner with the ARK of St. Sabina to offer a pilot youth music education and fitness training program called “Got Bars.”
By Lavonne Nelson
Music Director of Christian Joy Center, La Vonne Nelson is proud to educate her listeners about music education.
By Pax Productions, LLC
Coming September 1st, 2013, a new single benefiting the music programs of the Detroit Public Schools featuring Eddie Willis, guitarist from Motown Records' legendary backing band, The Funk Brothers. Part of Drew Schultz' "Back To Class" Series.
By Kurth Lampe
Donda’s House, Inc. a new organization established to honor Dr. Donda West, mother of Kanye West, will partner with the ARK of St. Sabina for a pilot youth education and training program called “Got Bars" said co-founder Che Rhymefest Smith.
By Just Lovin' Music Studios, Inc.
The Recorder Fusion Youth Ensemble (RFYE) & Saturday Conservatory Scholarships Fundraising Campaign
By Terra Rising Records
Terra Rising Records forms "Beat Teams," to collect and distribute instruments to areas of the US rocked by economic and natural disasters
By Salem Jazz and Soul Festival
The Salem Jazz and Soul Festival will begin its SJSF/Berklee Summer Series in Derby Square, Salem, on Saturday, May 11, with a concert featuring the Berklee Bob Marley Ensemble, directed by Matt Jenson.
By Practical Schillinger School of Music
Global partnership blends music education, technology, music production and recording. The Schillinger Society/Practical Schillinger School of Music announces a professional partnership with Artist Recording Collective (ARC)
By Brennan Rock & Roll Academy
Sold-out event being held April 18 at iconic Nokia Theatre in Hollywood
By Terra Rising Records
26 Acts of Kindness welcomes Terra Rising's Michael Ricucci to speak at Robinson Secondary School
By Matcha Design
Matcha Design is proud to come alongside the prestigious Barthelmes Conservatory in Tulsa to rebrand their identity with a new name and look.
By Education Through Music (ETM)
On April 10, 2013, Education Through Music will hold its annual Children’s Benefit Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York to raise funds and support for its New York City Partner School Program. Cocktails: 6:30 PM; Dinner and Dancing: 7:30 PM
By Salem Jazz and Soul Festival
SJSF Monthly music-education series called “MusicKidz” in partnership with Salem Public Library.
By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC
Danai Gagne and Judith Thomas-Solomon's new book, Greek Myths in Modes, is set for release on March 1, 2013. Ms. Gagne is in Greece now, presenting her book at a symposium there. The new book is a resource for elementary music teachers.
By gal-friday publicity
Tom Hooper's film version of much-loved musical highlights need for increased musical knowledge.
By DeAngelis Studio Of Music
Boston's own Pat Badger from the band Extreme will "Get The Funk Out" with students from Haverhill's DeAngelis Studio of Music to benefit The Rock School Scholarship Fund.
By Fiero Flair
Growth Expert & Career Specialist, Gian Fiero, will be featured on music legend Jay King's radio show, "The Music Business The Way I See It."
By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC
Michael Nichols, composer with Beatin' Path Publications and former North Carolina Music Teacher of the Year will present two sessions at this year's North Carolina Music Educators Conference in Winston Salem.
By Dollar Loan Center
Chuck Brennan announces Brennan Rock & Roll Academy with Boys & Girls Clubs in Sioux Falls
By The Best Info, LLC
-Keeping the Blues Alive seeks to promote blues music education and support music scholorships –
By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC
Beatin’ Path Publications has a great line up of recorder materials for schools from beginning to intermediate. 
By Five Star Publications
Students attending schools that lack the funds to obtain much-needed musical instruments are the end benefactors of award-winning author Rick D. Niece's commitment to financially support Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation.
By 5 Star Relations
Music Education Group introduces youth to music and seeks to nurture a deeper interest through training programs, classes and workshops.
By Hal Leonard Corporation
World's largest music print publisher Hal Leonard Corporation adds acclaimed Madison choral editor and conductor in new position of Consulting Editor for Concert Choral Publications
By Community Music Center
On Monday, May 14, Community Music Center (CMC) will a put on a night of entertainment at Yoshi’s San Francisco in support of music education. Vocalist Wesla Whitfield and pianist Mike Greensill will headline.
By Elke Edelsbacher
Westfield Sarasota Square Mall Food Court came alive with the sound of music played by Suzuki Students
By Epic, a premier acapella quartet
Epic, the Washington, D.C., region’s freshest acapella female quartet, to be featured in George Mason University’s Potomac Arts Academy's Saturday Music Enrichment program
By Music Master Publishing
The Guitar Wheel music theory tool will be demonstrated to music educators and music buyers at Winter NAMM 2012 on the Alfred Music Publishing stage by top artist endorser Tommy Bolan.
By Whole Music
Douglas Blair, private guitar instructor and lead guitarist for the classic rock band W.A.S.P., has been named to head up the new Rock and Guitar Department at the Whole Music studios in Amesbury, MA.
By Joel Simpson
Miles for Music, a 501(c)(3) non-profit (pending) organization is pleased to announce that it has been awarded USATF New Jersey Championship status for its inaugural 20K event. The 20K race will be held on Sunday, March 11, 2012.
By Proz, Inc. is supporting local college students by turning them into tutors, music instructors, and athletic trainers. It is the creation of Tyler Pack, Abram Skidmore, and Dave Owen from the BYU Marriott School.
By The Organic View Radio Show
American Rock Legend, Liberty Devitto will discuss, a non-profit organization that helps children obtain a musical education with June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Radio Show.
By Mary Ann Sabo
The West Michigan Symphony has received a $10,000 grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Outstate Michigan in support of Link Up, the Carnegie Hall national music education program.
By Music Learning Workshop
Leading at-home music resource Music Learning Workshop (MLW) is prepping for a website overhaul with new features planned for a sister site to its main website, mid to late November.
By Megan Briones
Join Judy Norton and Broadway performers for a Gala evening benefitting Music Unlocks Success in Children, a non-profit program that is putting music education back into elementary schools in the LA area.
By Amani Stephen Floyd
Everywhere Ashante goes there are youth who want to be like The Mad Violinist. Perhaps that is why he hand picked members of the Symphony Crack Orchestra to back him up on his latest album "The Addiction".
By Curse Mackey
A must-see charitable art exhibit of painted Dean electric guitars will open on Sept. 9 at Mesa Arts Center Museum. The Six-String Masterpieces exhibit features over 40 guitars painted by celebrities, rock stars, tattooists & contemporary artists.
By Dan Martin
Jazz pianist, composer, educator and arranger brings new approach to music education. Eager jazz students ready for the opportunity to fine-tune their musical mastery will find new ways to learn through this exciting program.
By Yamaha Corporation of America / YYPA Program
Violinist Natalie Yu Selected As Overall Winner From Pool of Talented Students
By Rocky Mountain Children's Choir
Groban to Recognize The Rocky Mountain Children’s Choir from Stage During Concert at Pepsi Center in Denver on August 12, 2011.
By Music in Chappaqua
World class performer and instructor Amali Premawardhana will be leading this falls Cello sessions at Music In Chappaqua. She is on faculty at the Harlem School of the Arts as well as prestigious Kinhaven Music School during the summer.
As part of its 2011 Summer Shot program, MI, the contemporary music school, will provide special one-week programs for aspiring songwriters. These provide opportunities for students to hone their song-writing skills during the program.
By TakeLessons
Popular Music Lessons Include Guitar, Piano, Singing and Drums

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