Music for All believes that music education is a core component of a student’s education and must be available to all students. Music for All’s mission is to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all. Our 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.
Music for All uses its national profile programming to recognize, model, showcase and provide individual, teacher and organizational examples of music performance excellence and achievement. We believe in supporting our participants through innovation and growth while setting the standards needed for high-quality music education experiences.
Music for All is dedicated to providing participants and their communities with access to valuable advocacy tools and resources. These tools support music education by promoting awareness of music’s impact on student growth and achievement. We hope you join us in our “I Believe” advocacy awareness campaign by making a donation to support our educational programming and teacher training across the country. Music for All will work relentlessly to ensure that every student across America has access to hands-on music making. We hope you are inspired by and become part of our cause to BELIEVE!
"Your goal, 'to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all,' was in full force with our kids, parents, and staff. Your event is unique, positive, musical, rewarding, and special. You have made a mark on our kids and program that will last forever. Because of this, we will have many students applying for your 2013 Honor Band of America and Jazz Band of America. Thank you for providing a forum for young musicians, and us directors, to aspire. I too believe in Music for All!"
- Brian Logan, Director of Bands, Wheeling High School and 2012 Music for All National Festival participant
To read Brian Logan's full testimonial, click here.
"My daughter started playing the trumpet in 4th grade, by the 7th grade she knew she wanted to be a Band Director. She attended her first band camp that summer and started attending the Summer Symposium soon after. The experience was truly positively life-changing. Now, she is close to completing her freshman year at the University of Illinois as a music education/trumpet performance major. I believe in music education not only because she will need a job in three years, but because music and band gave her a sense of belonging in high school and now in college. Being a member of the Marching Illini helped her make fast friends and gives her a place to belong. Thank you!"
- Jeannine M. Leuden, parent of a Summer Symposium participant