Adults

The 2nd Annual Grand Rally for Music Education at The 2017 NAMM Show Finds Its “True North” in Support of Music Education in Schools

The NAMM Foundation’s cornerstone music education event at The 2017 NAMM Show was the Grand Rally for Music Education.

Stepping Stones to Life-long Music Making

Recreational music-making events at The 2017 NAMM Show focused on providing steps to life-long music making.

Music Rocks: Students at Patrick Henry Elementary School Dedicated to The Arts

On Jan. 17, 2017, NAMM members participated in a Day of Service, as part of The 2017 NAMM Show. Volunteers supported Anaheim Elementary School District’s effort to bolster music education at Patrick Henry Elementary School.

Networking at The NAMM Show Leads a Music College Student to a Career in the Industry

The GenNext experience at NAMM Shows is a must for all college music students. Read how Katelyn Reithel networked her way into a career in the global music products industry.
California Music Education Advocacy Action Alert

California Music Education Advocacy Action Alert!

With your help, all students in California may benefit from the opportunities to learn and grow with music.

Recreational Music Making at The 2016 Summer NAMM Show

Recreational Music Making (RMM) at Summer NAMM is a chance for business leaders and the Nashville community to share music-making tips and tricks, and to experience the joy and benefits of making music.

Summer Kicks Off with Worldwide Make Music Day Celebrations

NAMM members play major role in thousands of free, outdoor music making events on June 21

Excerpted from, “Proving the notion that whether it’s cheese or the human spirit, there is a fine art to aging.”

More than 10,000 people gathered in sunny and sultry Miami, Florida to celebrate AARP’s Life@50+ National Event on May 14 – 16. The destination, as vibrant as the attendees, drew AARP members, both new and old, from around the country. The event combined education, entertainment, networking, and just plain fun.

Benefits of Learning and Playing Music for Adults

Playing music has been scientifically proven to benefit people of all ages—and, it’s fun to do. Adults who play an instrument—even if it’s just for fun—are able to reduce their stress and use the activity as an emotional outlet. Working adults reduce their chances of job “burnout.”

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