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Emily Ambriz

Emily Ambriz is the Senior Marketing Coordinator with Music for All and has been part of the team since May 2017. She mainly focuses on all things digital including: social media management, web management, and email campaigns. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Ball State University in May 2017 and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Public Relations with a concentration in Media Analytics from Ball State University. She is well versed in the arts non-profit world as a previous Drum Corps International Intern and Music for All Administrative Assistant. When she's not chasing the latest social media trends, Ambriz can be found planning her next trip across the pond or binge listening to true crime podcasts. #SSDGM

InternSpotlight EmilyT

What is your hometown? City, State.
Carmel, Indiana

Where did you go to high school? Where did you go to college and when did you/will you graduate?
I graduated from Carmel High School in 2015 and I will graduate from IUPUI in May 2020.

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What is your musical background?
I was a member of the Carmel Guard program for 7 years! I feel very lucky to have been a staff member for the Carmel JV Guard since I graduated and have gotten to teach students at Elwood Jr./Sr. High School and Noblesville High School.

What has been your favorite part of this internship experience?
I love getting to interact with directors, and I love getting to watch students benefit from some of the same great experiences Music for All provided me with when I was a student.

What is an interesting fact about you?
I have a sleep disorder called Narcolepsy

Who are your top favorite artists?
Taylor Swift and Zac Brown Band

Would you rather be able to talk to animals or speak all the foreign languages?
Definitely speak to animals

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What division at camp would you want to participate in if you were still in school?
Color Guard of course!

What are you currently reading?
Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick

Do you have a favorite quote?
"What comes easy won’t last. What lasts won’t come easy”

What show have you binge watched recently?
Dead to Me and That 70’s Show

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What actor or actress would play you in a movie written about your life?
Reese Witherspoon

InternSpotlight Kayla

What is your hometown? City, State.
O’Fallon, IL

Where did you go to high school? Where did you go to college and when did you/will you graduate?
-O’Fallon Township High School -Indiana University – Bloomington Class of 2020

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What is your musical background?
I have played flute for 11 years. In high school, I was a section leader in the marching band and a member of the wind ensemble. I participated in various musicals, flute choirs, and ILMEA District/All-State.

What has been your favorite part of this internship experience?
My favorite part about being a Music for All intern is being able to see the impact that music has on students, directors, and staff members from the perspective of a former participant to now an intern.

What is an interesting fact about you?
I studied abroad in Dubai and toured 8 different companies in 7 days; every dog that I’ve had has been named after construction trucks.

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Who are your top three favorite artists?
-Lauryn Hill
-Daniel Caesar
-J. Cole

Would you rather be able to talk to animals or speak all the foreign languages?
As much as I would like to know what my dog thinks about, I think I would rather speak all languages because it would make traveling the world even better.

What division at camp would you want to participate in if you were still in school?
Leadership Weekend and Marching Band

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Do you have a favorite quote?
“Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference” -Serenity Prayer

What show have you binge watched recently?
I just started Game of Thrones two weeks ago. I am very behind, but I decided to try it out.

What actor or actress would play you in a movie written about your life?
Tracee Ellis Ross

Savannah Mellichamp of Wando High School in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina was awarded The Revelli Scholarship on Saturday, March 16 during the Gala Awards Banquet at the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha, in Indianapolis.

The Revelli Scholarship is a $1,000 award given annually to a senior who will be attending college as a music major and who is participating in the Music for All National Festival. The scholarship honors the legacy and memory of Dr. William D. Revelli and his vision for music education.

In addition to being an Honor Band of America member and a two-time Summer Symposium participant, Savannah has performed in South Carolina's All State and All Region ensembles for three years. As a drum major at Wando High School, she believes music has shaped her into who she is today and she recognizes that music education changes lives. She looks forward to becoming a music educator!

Congratulations to the 2019 Revelli Scholarship Recipient, Savannah Mellichamp

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

2019 Hall of Fame Members Inducted

The three newest members of Music for All's Bands of America Hall of Fame were inducted Saturday night, March 16, at the Gala Awards Banquet of the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha, in Indianapolis, IN.

Gayl W. Doster, Robert W. Smith, and David Starnes were inducted during a ceremony at the 2,800+ guest Festival Banquet in the JW Marriott Grand Ballroom.

Learn more about our four newest Hall of Fame Members from the announcement of the class of 2019, and the Festival Ceremony Hall of Fame videos.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

2019 Jazz Band of America

2019 Jazz Band of America

Part of the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 13-16, 2019

The Jazz Band of America features members selected by recorded audition from music programs across the nation. The 2018 Jazz Band of America members first came together Wednesday morning for three days of rehearsals before tonight’s concert. The Jazz Band of America members represent the best high school jazz musicians in America.

Shelly Berg
2019 Conductor
Dean, Frost School of Music, University of Miami

2019 Jazz Band Members

Ensemble members listed alphabetically.

Alto Saxophone
Simon Hwang – Princeton H.S., NJ
Veronica Leahy – Charlotte Latin School, NC

Tenor Saxophone
Charles Munroe – Ransom Everglades School, FL
Cole Palensky – Papillion-LaVista South H.S., NE

Baritone Saxophone
Benjamin Trimboli – Dominion H.S., VA

Trumpet
Summer Camargo – Dillard Center for the Arts, FL
Kellin Hanas – Wheaton North H.S., IL
Taekjin Lee – Ann Arbor Community H.S., MI
Aaron Ouellette – RHAM H.S., CT
Sid Sadhu – Liberty H.S., TX

Trombone
Sam Broten – Klein Collins H.S., TX
Benjamin Conn – Agoura H.S., CA
Frederick Larsen – Carrboro H.S., NC
Jackson Spellman – A. W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, FL

Bass Trombone
Nathan Peterson – University H.S., FL

Bass
Michael Ramos – Florida Christian School, FL

Guitar
Devlin Tenney – Litchfield H.S., CT

Piano
Miles Lennox – Dillard Center for the Arts, FL

Drumset
Kevin Murphy – Skyline H.S., WA

Past Jazz Band of America Members

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

2019 Honor Orchestra of America

Honor Orchestra of America 

Part of the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 13-16, 2019

Music for All’s Honor Orchestra of America is a prestigious ensemble bringing together outstanding high school musicians from across the nation. Members are selected by recorded audition. They will come together for the first time on Wednesday, March 13 in Indianapolis, just days prior to their concert performances.

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Larry J. Livingston
Artistic Director
Chair, Conducting Department, Thornton School of Music
University of Southern California

Mr. Livingston has appeared with the Houston Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella Series, at the Festival de Musique in France, with the Stockholm Wind Orchestra, the Leopoldinum Orchestra in Poland, the Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra in Rumania, and the Pan Pacific Festival Orchestras in Sydney. Read full bio. 

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Sey Ahn
2019 Conductor
Idyllwild Arts Foundation

A 2015 fellow of the American Academy of Conducting at the Aspen Music Festival, Sey Ahn is the Assistant Conductor of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation’s Summer Music Festival and the Music for All Honor Orchestra of America held annually in Indianapolis. She recently served as the Music Director and Professor of Conducting at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and has been a guest conductor of the all-state orchestras of Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Tennessee, Iowa, and Kentucky. Read full bio. 

2019 Honor Orchestra Members

Ensemble members listed alphabetically. 

Violin
Lauren Bensaid – Homeschool, CO
Asher Blackburn – duPont Manual H.S., KY
Eugenia Cho – Novi H.S., MI
Hannah Chung – Hamilton Southeastern H.S., IN
Andrew DeWeese – Charlotte Latin School, NC
Maika Edwards – Schaumburg H.S., IL
Andrea Eleazar – Washington Township H.S., NJ
Katie Fair – Maryville H.S., TN
Solveig Geenen – David H. Hickman H.S., MO
Linnea Geenen – David H. Hickman H.S., MO
Ashley Gomez – Coral Reef Senior High, FL
Gina Kang – William Fremd H.S., IL
Julia Kim – Clarksburg H.S., MD
Christina Kim – Herricks H.S., NY
Khang Le – Kerr H.S., TX
Emma Levi – Lycee International de Los Angeles, CA
Marcus Mizelle – Avon H.S., IN
Victoria Oritz – University Liggett Schools, MI
Alice Park – Northwood H.S., CA
Mallory Pence – Avon H.S., IN
Angela Ramirez – Coral Reef Senior H.S., FL
Christine Ramirez – North Shore H.S., NY
Nicholas Ramirez – Standley Lake H.S., CO
Edwin Ramos – Mt. Eden H.S., CA
Hannah Simmon – Avon H.S., IN
Sein Yun – Orange County School of the Arts, CA

Viola
Abdullah Abouradi – Coral Reef Senior H.S., FL
Bryan Back – duPont Manual H.S., KY
Meghan Chen – Fishers H.S., IN
Stephanie Chung – Crean Lutheran H.S., CA
Juyoung Moon – Portola H.S., CA
Adam Savage – Homeschool, FL

Cello
Inbae Chun – Crean Lutheran H.S., CA
Anthony De Pena – Coral Reef Senior H.S., FL
Sheridan Eggers – Zionsville Community H.S., IN
Noah Hertzman – Fox Chapel Area H.S., PA
Dahyun Hong – Edina H.S., MN
Julie Kim – Coral Reef Senior H.S., FL
Eric Kim – Woodbridge H.S., CA
SooMin Kwon – Northwood H.S., CA
Vandana Nathan – Dobyns-Bennett H.S., TN
Wooyoung Son – Portola H.S., CA
Stephanie Yang – Sage Hill H.S., CA

Bass
Zane Duggan – Maryville H.S., TN
Ethan Feng – Herricks H.S., 
Jackson Hudgins  – Avon H.S., IN
Anna Mears – New Albany H.S., OH
Sophia Sagar –  Klein Collins H.S., TX
Shane Savage – Homeschool, FL

Flute
Yingyin Chen – Oakton H.S., VA
Jayden Lee – Desert Ridge H.S., AZ
Supriya Weiss – Shadow Mountain H.S., AZ

Oboe
Caroline Wu – Combs H.S., AZ
Kaleb Zhu – Olathe North H.S., KS

Bassoon
Alexis Clark –  Wando H.S., SC
William Ramos – Tarpon Springs H.S., FL

Clarinet
John Burton – Campo Verde H.S., AZ
Naomi Farkas – River Hill H.S., MD

French Horn
Simon Field – Oconomowoc H.S., WI
Steven Phan – Montwood H.S., TX
Isaac Sepulveda – Dillard Center for the Arts, FL
Addie Tribbett – Twin Lakes H.S., IN
Olivia Walt – Pomona H.S., CO

Trumpet
Elick Ellis – Pine Tree H.S., TX
Taylor Hubbard – Ravenscroft School, NC
Joel Uliassi – Arizona School for the Arts, AZ

Trombone
Amir Alwardi – A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, FL
Travis Cooke – Oconomowoc H.S., WI
Jonathan Salcedo – Arizona School for the Arts, AZ

Tuba
Jacob Alford – Lafayette H.S., KY

Percussion
Shea Dickinson  – Oswego H.S., IL
Zachary Foster – South Brunswick H.S., NC
Reilly McLean – Kell H.S., GA
Eli Reisz – Interlochen Arts Academy, MI
Jakob Schoenfield – Interlochen Arts Academy, MI

Past Honor Orchestra of America Members

Conductor and Music Director Biographies

Livingston Larry

Larry J. Livingston, 2018 Conductor & Artistic Director

Livingston has appeared with the Houston Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella Series, at the Festival de Musique in France, with the Stockholm Wind Orchestra, the Leopoldinum Orchestra in Poland, the Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra in Rumania, and the Pan Pacific Festival Orchestras in Sydney. The lead jurist for the Besancon International Conducting Competition in France and the Winnipeg Symphony International Conducting Symposium, Maestro Livingston is also the Music Director of the Festival Orchestra at Idyllwild Arts.

Since 2004, Livingston has served as guest conductor at the College Band Directors National Conference in Alice Tully Hall, led All-State Ensembles across the United States including Texas, where he appeared for a record ninth time. From 2004-2012, Livingston was Music Director of Thornton School Orchestras. In recent years, Maestro Livingston conducted the All-State Ensembles of Arizona, New Mexico, Kentucky, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Iowa, Texas, and California, as well as the Katowice Academy Orchestra in Poland.

Livingston has held positions as vice president of the New England Conservatory of Music, Dean of the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University, and Dean of the USC Thornton School of Music, where he Chairs the Conducting Department. Livingston leads the national educational quest, ALL IN, and heads the Education Committee of the Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium.

In 2013, Livingston appeared in the “Lights Out” episode of Glee and was featured as a mentor in the USA Cable Network Television series, “The Moment.” 

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Sey Ahn, Assistant Conductor

A 2015 fellow of the American Academy of Conducting at the Aspen Music Festival, Sey Ahn is the Assistant Conductor of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation’s Summer Music Festival and the Music for All Honor Orchestra of America held annually in Indianapolis. She recently served as the Music Director and Professor of Conducting at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and has been a guest conductor of the all-state orchestras of Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Tennessee, Iowa, and Kentucky.

Sey Ahn has led orchestral performances in Walt Disney Concert Hall and Royce Hall in Los Angeles, Benedict Music Tent in Aspen, and Alice Tully Hall in New York. Sey Ahn earned a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Northwestern University, and Master of Music degrees in piano and orchestral conducting from the University of Southern California, where she was a student of Larry Livingston.

She is currently pursuing a Doctorate at the University of Kentucky, where she studies with John Nardolillo, and serves as Assistant Conductor to the University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, the UK Philharmonia, and the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

2019 Honor Band of America

2019 Honor Band of America

Part of the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 13-16, 2019

The Honor Band of America is recognized as one of the nation’s premier honor ensembles. Members were selected by recorded audition, and the standards of acceptance for the Honor Band of America are of the highest level. Members will meet Wednesday evening (March 13) for three days of rehearsals before Saturday evening's concert. Honor Band of America alumni play in professional symphonies and ensembles, teach music nationwide, and otherwise represent the best and brightest in their fields.

Cramer RayRay Cramer
2019 Conductor
Professor Emeritus, Indiana University

Emeritus Professor Ray Cramer conducted the Indiana University Wind Ensemble and Chamber Winds and taught graduate conducting, band history, and wind literature classes at Jacobs School of Music. He is president of the Midwest Clinic, an international band and orchestra convention with over 14,000 attendees representing 28 countries, and was recently named president of the American Bandmasters Association. He is the past president of the College Band Directors National Association and the Indiana Bandmasters Association. Read Full Bio.

2019 Honor Band Members

Flute
Cameron Bilek – Victor J. Andrew H.S., IL
Olivia Bradford – Avon H.S., IN
Shannon James – Lafayette H.S., KY
Jiwon Jung – DuPont Manual H.S., KY
Dennie Kasey – DuPont Manual H.S., KY
Olivia Kulawiak – Maria Carrillo H.S., CA
Rebekah Laflin – The King's Academy, FL
Mackenzie Meyer – Washington Community H.S., IL
Sarah Shen – Dulaney H.S., MD

Oboe
Elijah Barrios – Dr. Phillips H.S., FL
Abigail Bracken – Jensen Beach H.S., FL
Emily Mendez – Miami Arts Studio 6-12 @ Zelda Glazer, FL
Alexandra Mortensen – Oconomowoc H.S., WI

Clarinet
Sophia Bracken – Jensen Beach H.S., FL
Madison Childs – Yorkville H.S., IL
Emily Cooper – Paul Laurence Dunbar H.S., KY
Alette Eide – Lockport Township H.S., IL
Melissa Ji – Libertyville H.S., IL
Rebecca Keller – Lockport Township H.S., IL
Henry King – Charleston County School of the Arts, SC
Samantha Kopec – Tarpon Springs Leadership Convervatory for the Arts H.S., FL
Christopher Maxwell – Putnam City North H.S., OK
Sierra Mitchell – Eastern Brown H.S., OH
Nicholas Ortiz – Central H.S., IL
John Sikorski – Victor J. Andrew H.S., IL
Nihar Thakkar – Green Hope H.S., NC
Chasity Thompson – North Hardin H.S., KY
Caleb Watson – Wando H.S., SC
Jason Wilcox – Yorkville H.S., IL

Bass Clarinet
Simon Bakos – William Mason H.S., OH
Reid Chaney – Keller Central H.S., TX
Vikram Nathan – Dobyns-Bennett H.S., TN
Anna Roodnitsky – Waukee H.S., IA

ContraAlto Clarinet
Brianna Laube – Mountain Ridge H.S., AZ

Bassoon
Laura Fell – Thompson H.S., AL
Kenneth Kriha  – Lockport Township H.S., IL
Donovan Neal – Summit H.S., TX
Zoe SirLouis – Tarpon Springs H.S., FL

Alto Saxophone
Jackson Gilliland – Tarpon Springs H.S., FL
Antonio Jarvey – Great Falls H.S., MT
Stephen Michaels – Vestavia Hills H.S., AL
Sungjin Shin – Branham H.S., CA

Tenor Saxophone
Gavin Foley – Athens Drive H.S., NC
Gavin Wise – Monrovia H.S., IN

Bari Saxophone
Barry Galbreath-Flores – Mt. Eden H.S., CA

Trumpet
Annaleigh Babcock – Pella Community H.S., IA
Jacob Boccio – Wake Forest H.S., NC
Adam Dinkins – James Bowie H.S., TX
Caleb Kim – Santa Monica H.S., CA
Andrew Locke – Panther Creek H.S., NC
Aaron Lucas – Fossil Ridge H.S., CO
Kyle Mesa – Wheeling H.S., IL
Jaden Oldham – Deer Creek H.S., OK
Val Randolph – Madison Central H.S., KY
Barton Sopata – Model H.S., GA
Paul Stancampiano – West Boca Raton H.S., FL
Joshua Trotta – Wando H.S., SC

French Horn
Ariel Arney – North Hardin H.S., KY
Michael Coleman – Bullitt East H.S., KY
John Michael McCrory – Thompson H.S., AL
Olivia Muir – Centennial H.S., NM
Phoebe Saboley – Thomas Worthington H.S., OH
Sabrina Schettler – Nashville School of the Arts, TN
Benett Suranyi – Wando H.S., SC
Christian Walker – Thompson H.S., AL
Joan Warner – Enterprise H.S., AL
Sarah White – Highland H.S., AZ
April White – Wando H.S., SC
Jonah Winistorfer – Blacksburg H.S., VA

Trombone
Alvin Bao – Enloe H.S., NC
Kizer Brown – South Gibson County H.S., TN
John Dvorak – Maria Carrillo H.S., CA
Jocelyn Edgar – Lewis Palmer H.S., CO
Benjamin Hazel – William G. Enloe H.S., NC
Savannah Mellichamp – Wando H.S., SC
Tyler Quick – Hillgrove H.S., GA
Connor Reich – West Ashley H.S., SC
Benjamin Thomas – Centerville H.S., OH
Casey Trowel – Lafayette H.S., KY
Holden Welch – Jonesboro H.S., AR
Ana White – Wando H.S., SC

Euphonium
Natalie Colegrove – Cupertino H.S., CA
Ellen Lee – Madison Central H.S., KY
Cayden Miller – Wake Forest H.S., NC
Austin Thornton – Newnan H.S., GA

Tuba
Jonathan Farley – Jefferson Forest H.S., VA
Michal Jucinski – John Hersey H.S., IL
David Martinez – Wheeling H.S., IL
Micah Pearson – Charleston County School of the Arts, SC
Zachary Peycha – Lebanon Senior H.S., IN

Percussion
Jason Amis – Norwood H.S., MA
Matthew Boyle – Fort Collins H.S., CO
Joseph Cassidy – University H.S., FL
George Frederick – Prosper H.S., TX
Karina Howey – Blue Valley H.S., KS
Fox Lopez – A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, FL
Hwanee Pak – Wilde Lake H.S., MD
Patrick Thordsen – McGavock H.S., TN

Past Honor Band of America Members

Conductor Biography

Cramer Ray

Ray Cramer
2019 Conductor
Professor Emeritus, Indiana University

Emeritus Professor Ray Cramer conducted the Indiana University Wind Ensemble and Chamber Winds and taught graduate conducting, band history, and wind literature classes at Jacobs School of Music.

He is president of the Midwest Clinic, an international band and orchestra convention with over 14,000 attendees representing 28 countries, and was recently named president of the American Bandmasters Association. He is the past president of the College Band Directors National Association and the Indiana Bandmasters Association.

Mr. Cramer is in demand internationally as guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator. He is a regular guest conductor of the Musashino Academy of Music Wind Ensemble in Tokyo.

Monday, January 07, 2019

Core Repertoire Guide

Our National Concert Band Festival evaluation panel has compiled a “Core Repertoire Guide” for band that is intended to challenge and inspire each of us to seriously consider the artistry and depth of music we share with our students.

Download High School Concert Band Repertoire List

Download Middle School Concert Band Repertoire List

Music for All is pleased to announce that Paul St. Angelo has joined the organization as its Vice President – Advancement. “We are delighted to have Paul join us because he brings years of fundraising and management experience to our cause,” said Eric L. Martin, Esq./CFEE, President and CEO of Music for All.

St. Angelo has previously held positions with the Children’s Home Foundation, the International School of Indiana, Ivy Tech Community College, Culver Educational Foundation, the Indiana University School of Dentistry, Marian University, and began his career in the nationwide United Way system. He has also owned his own consulting company and has been a resident of Indianapolis for many years.

“I am quite impressed with the Music for All organization and mission,” said St. Angelo. “It’s an organization that started with the nationally recognized Bands of America (BOA) and Orchestra America programs in 1975. Now, its events are recognized as the pinnacle of educational programming for high school and middle school instrumental and choral music programs nationwide. Each year, more than 500,000 people attend our events, more than 125,000 students participate, and 100,000 people subscribe to its online services. It’s got an impressive history and reputation and I am proud to be a part of the organization.”

Eric Martin commented, “In the coming years, Music for All hopes to increase its philanthropic revenue as it has its sponsorship, grants, and event income streams. We believe Paul can accomplish this objective and look forward to more success for the organization and the youth that we serve and educate.”

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, Music for All, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 educational organization that presents more than 45 programs and events across America annually and is a voice advocating for music and arts education in all scholastic environments.

The Music for All Foundation awards several scholarships annually. During the Grand National Championships, Finals Opening Ceremonies several students were presented with college tuition scholarship awards. These scholarships were established to contribute to the future of music and music education by honoring the achievements of outstanding graduating seniors who intend to pursue collegiate study as a music major.

Congratulations to Sean Yuxin Chen, Homestead High School in Cupertino, California, award recipient of the $1,000 Yamaha Scholarship. The scholarship was presented by John Wittmann, Director of Artist Relations and Education at Yamaha Corporation of America Band and Orchestra Division.

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Congratulations to Paul Nguyen, Mustang High School in Mustang, Oklahoma, award recipient of the $1,000 Fred J. Miller Family Scholarship. The scholarship was presented by Marlene Miller, President and CEO of Fred J. Miller, Incorporated

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Congratulations to Isaac Tepperman, Brazoswood High School in Clute, Texas, award recipient of the $2,000 Fred J. Miller Memorial Music Education scholarship. The scholarship was presented by Marlene Miller, President and CEO of Fred J. Miller, Incorporated

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Music for All’s efforts to create, provide, and expand positively life-changing experiences include awarding a number of scholarships each year. For more information about Music for All's scholarships click here.

To support future scholarships with a donation click here.

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