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for Music Educators

Tioga High alumnus returns home to promote music education

A 1989 Tioga High alumnus returned home to spread his passion for music education to Central Louisiana high schoolers on Monday. “Music is a very powerful thing,” Kevin Tison told choir and band students from Alexandria Senior High, Buckeye High, Pineville High and Tioga. “It can move people.” Read More »

for Advocates

Santa Rosa allcounty choir concert features barry manilow song

Music writes the songs that make the whole world sing. One hundred and fifty Santa Rosa County 5th graders – celebrating the man who gave them – the world of music. This Barry Manilow song wasn’t originally in the program for the Santa Rosa All-County Choir Concert. Until music and choral director at Bagdad Elementary, Heidi Grazes met the man himself.
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for Supporters

VHS Music Boosters to award three $1,000 scholarships to students

VHS Music Boosters, Inc. welcomes the opportunity to award three $1,000 scholarships to graduating students of The Villages Charter High School. Class of 2014 student musicians have been notified to submit their application to the VHS Guidance Office in order to meet the deadline slated for this week. The scholarships will be awarded to three Read More »

Featured Blogs

Utah MEA Holds Successful “Music on the Hill” Event

The Utah Music Educators Association held its first advocacy day, “Music on the Hill.” The event featured the American Fork High School Brass Ensemble, the Farmington Jr. Percussion Ensemble, two choir ensembles, and other performances. Speakers included UMEA President Sam Tsugawa, Utah Symphony CEO Melia Tourangeau, Utah House Majority Leader Brad Dee, and Composer Kurt Bestor, who was the keynote speaker. Read More »



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