The Music Educator Showcases provide music educators, school administrators and nonprofit representatives with an “only at the NAMM Show” opportunity to learn about innovative music education tools, programs and best practices from the classroom. Learn more.
Developed by the Music Achievement Council, a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization, the First Performance National Day of Celebration (FPNDoC) is a turnkey demonstration concert designed to recognize and celebrate beginning band and orchestra students for their achievements.
-This successful music education program is now spotlighted nationally - by designating a day each November to celebrate young students’ very first performance and transformational power of music making-
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