Music for All’s vision is to be a catalyst to ensure that every child across America has access and opportunity to participate in active music making in his or her scholastic environment. We use our resources to provide national programs that recognize and support music students’ performance and success, offer music educator training and professional development, and deliver tools and resources to participants and their communities that will assist them in supporting music education by promoting awareness of music’s impact on student growth and achievement.
Music for All is a non-profit 501(c)3 educational organization and has been providing educational and performance programs and events for school bands and orchestras since it was founded in 1975. MFA is proud to have partnered with leaders in choir organizations and event to provide positively life-changing experiences for choirs, as well.
Music for All has served more than 1.75 million music students through its Bands of America and Orchestra America programs. It serves more than 450,000 music students and their families, and music teachers each year. Instrumental programs know Music for All through its programs and events including the Music for All National Festival, the Music for All Summer Symposium camp for students and teachers, and the Bands of America Grand National and Regional Marching Band Championships help across the United States each fall.
Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Music for All also focuses on music and arts education advocacy. Our advocacy work aims to provide resources for teachers and communities to strengthen the message that music education is a vital part of the core curriculum, and tools to help music educators and supporters take action.
Visit www.musicforall.org to learn more about our other programs.
“My heart is so full! The Glen Cove HS Select Chorale just returned from the Music for All National Choral Festival which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana. I can honestly say that this was one of the best musical experiences of my life!”