Music for All

Music for All
Founded: 1975

To create, provide, and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all.

About the Organization:
Established in 1975, Music for All aims to provide educational experiences and performance events for instrumental music students through its and programs. Renamed in 2006 after Bands of America and Orchestra America merged with the Music for All Foundation, the organization supports the efforts of high school and middle school music teachers and provides positive experiences for participating students. Each year, more than 300,000 people attend Music for All events, over 85,000 teens participate in its competitions, and 100,000 people subscribe to its online services.

Current Programs:
Music for All's programs include marching band and , which are held across the country each fall. Each spring, the is held in Indianapolis and features the National Concert Band Festival, the Orchestra America National Festival, the Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival, Honor Band of America, Honor Orchestra of America, and the Jazz Band of America. In addition, Music for All's draws two thousand students and teachers from more than thirty states and several countries for a week-long music camp.

Web Site:
can participate in and read judges' recaps from Band of America championships. In addition, site visitors can watch streaming video of performances through Music for All's , browse , read the organization's , view a schedule of , shop at the , find in support of music and arts education, and register to at the national festival.

Music for All receives support from corporations, foundations, and individuals.

Contact: Eric Martin, President and Chief Executive Officer
Phone: (317) 636-2263