The NAMM Foundation’s executive director Mary Luehrsen talks about ESSA, the new federal education law, and shares ideas on what music and arts education advocates can do NOW to assure that opportunities for music and arts education are available to EVERY child!
Ben Folds, critically acclaimed composer and singer-songwriter and the legendary Ben Vereen, actor, singer and dancer join guest host Joe Lamond for this special 2016 Presidential Election episode recorded LIVE from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, PA.
U.S. Department of Education Secretary John B. King talks with Mary Luehrsen the new federal education law (ESSA), which defines music and arts as part of a well-rounded education.
Band and orchestra directors, students, and leaders in music education advocacy come together at the 2016 Music for All National Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana to discuss how this experience cultivates community that extends beyond the classroom.
The Grand Rally for Music Education was recorded LIVE at The 2016 NAMM Show and features performances by the internationally acclaimed Canadian Brass as well as Mary Luehrsen's informative interview with—and musings by—Grammy-award winning artist “Weird” Al Yankovic.
LIVE from Music for All-Bands of America: Band Kids Rock! (Part 3 of 3), Tom Meyer, owner of Meyer Music, interviews Patrick John Hughes Booster/Parent Award-winner Derek Greer and all-star drum majors Noah Burgess from Blue Springs, MO; Jace Davison from Broken Arrow, OK; and Brian Boydston from Keller, TX
LIVE from Music for All-Bands of America: Building State Coalitions the Relentlessly Positive Way (Part 2 of 3), Director of Market Development at Progressive Music Mark Despotakis of Progressive Music interviews President/Owner WH Paige & Company and NAMM Board Chairman Mark Goff and Tom Meyer, owner of Meyer Music
LIVE from Music for All-Bands of America: Behind the Scenes of Grand Nationals (Part 1 of 3), President/Owner WH Paige & Company and NAMM Board Chairman Mark Goff interviews President and CEO of Music for All Eric Martin