Planning your Summer NAMM schedule, July 15-16? NAMM members, college music students/faculty, music educators, and music and arts organizations are invited to attend NAMM Foundation events. See you there!
The annual award, which recognizes and honors the remarkable life and legacy of Bernice Ash, a music retail visionary who spearheaded the expansion of the Sam Ash family-owned music stores, was announced earlier this year to continue her commitment to excellence in the industry.
The fourth webinar in The International Ukulele Teaching Symposium series, “James Hill Ukulele Initiatives,” on June 24, 2021, features James Hill, founder of Uketropolis.com. Watch the webinar on demand beginning June 24 at 9 am PT.
The third webinar in The International Ukulele Teaching Symposium series, “Langley Ukulele Association - Enriching Lives through Ukulele,” features Paul Luongo and Elizabeth Zielke. Watch the webinar on demand.
We Are Better Together. Join us at Summer NAMM, July 15-16, 2021. The show offers a historic and inspiring environment to network with industry leaders, attend free education sessions, explore Nashville-one of America's most musical cities-and more! Registration for general attendees opens May 14.
This interactive webinar educated others on how much stimulus funding is given on the state level and showcased those who have successfully used prior stimulus dollars to support students and music programs.
Thank you for to those who joined us LIVE at the NAMM Advocacy Summit on May 25, 2021. On-demand sessions are available through July 23, 2021; registration is required to access. Gather online for advocacy briefing and training to continue our work as music education champions.
The U.S. Department of Education has put out a call for real-life examples of successful back-to-school risk management practices for pre-k through college classrooms that will then be available to teachers and administrators in a clearinghouse as they plan to return to in-person learning. Watch the video and download the template.
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