Music Education Days and Generation Next at The NAMM Show

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Music Education Days at The NAMM Show

2016 NAMM Show
Anaheim Hilton and Anaheim Convention Center
January 21-24, 2016

Produced by The NAMM Foundation, Music Education Days is a NAMM Show exclusive opportunity for music educators, school administrators and school board members. Music Education Days gives music education professionals one-of-a-kind exposure to the latest in music product innovation.

"Now in its eigth year, Music Education Days continues to celebrate and support music educators in their very important role of inspiring children to learn to play music," said Mary Luehrsen, executive director of the NAMM Foundation. "This event brings together music education professionals to network with the industry and each other, but it also offers tools to create even better music programs in their districts." 

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Generation Next at The NAMM Show

Anaheim Hilton and Anaheim Convention Center
January 21-24, 2016

Generation Next programming examines hot topics and relevant issues in the music products industry, as well as nurtures future music creators, innovators, and business leaders. Indeed, Generation Next gives college music students and faculty one-of-a-kind exposure to careers in the music products industry!

“My overall experience at NAMM was amazing," says 2014 Generation Next attendee Michael Mullens from University of Massachusetts, "It is like nothing else in the industry, and I am going to cherish the knowledge learned for years to come. It gave me ideas for my future and has definitely changed the way I work with technology and how it is integrated into music. I hope to be at many more NAMM Shows in the future.”

NAMM President's Innovation Award

The NAMM President's Innovation Award supports individuals who are enrolled in music business and music education courses and are preparing for a job in the music products industry. Students who apply and meet the following criteria can be awarded with a $600 stipend to help with expenses with attending the NAMM Show:

  • Must be enrolled for the summer or fall 2015 semester in a university-based music business and/or music education program.
  • Must be able to prove with a Spring 2015 high school or college transcript that they are maintaining an overall 3.0 grade average.
  • Must also intend to be enrolled full time in college at the time of The NAMM Show in January 2016 and through the winter/spring semester.

The opportunity to apply for the 2015 President's Innovation Award has closed.  Read more about the 2015 recipients.

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