NAfME Corporate Members

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Active NAfME Corporate Members, as of November 8, 2018

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Adelphi University

http://music.adelphi.edu

Department of Music
1 South Avenune, PAC 207
Garden City, NY 11530
(516) 877-4290; clemen@adelphi.edu

 

Alfred Music

http://www.alfred.com

16320 Roscoe Blvd., Suite 100
Van Nuys, CA  91410
(818) 891-5999; events@alfred.com

Alfred Music is the world’s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Since 1922, Alfred Music has been dedicated to helping people learn, teach and play music. Alfred Music currently has over 150,000 active titles representing a wide range of well-known publications.

 

ALGES Corporatation

http://www.algescorp.com

7900 International Drive, Suite 300
Bloomington, MN 55425
(952) 851-5541; corp@algescorp.com

ALGES Corp is a manufacturer of high quality music education, theater, and performance equipment. Our durable and attractive products include choral risers, mobile staging, music stands, seating options, and various other performance necessities. We serve a wide range of customers including educational, religious, and private organizations. Our products allow you to focus on the most important part of the performance – the stars of the show! ALGES Corp is headquartered in Bloomington, MN, but also has a passionate international team of expert staff, offices, distribution warehouses, and manufacturing in the UK, Hong Kong and China.

 

American Composers Forum

http://composersforum.org

522 Landmark Center
75 West 5th Street
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 251-2840; mail@composersforum.org

The American Composers Forum (ACF), a national non-profit composer service organization, brings composers, educators and students together through the transformative process of musical creativity. Harnessing the strengths of our community of composers, ACF enriches learning and creativity through residencies, commissions, publication of new music, curriculum development, and more. ACF’s core education programs are BandQuest and ChoralQuest, publications of new music and curricula by world-class composers for middle-level learners, and the NextNotes High School Composition Awards.

 

American Orff-Schulwerk Association

147 Bell Street, Suite 300
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
(440) 600-7329; info@aosa.org

AOSA provides members a connection with others who believe in active, joyful music-making. Through conference, publications and professional development, AOSA models Orff-Schulwerk to inspire members with spontaneity and musical discovery.

 

American School Band Directors’ Association

http://www.asbdaband.org

2280 W. High Street
Lima, OH 45805
(419) 234-7655; asbda1953@gmail.com

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Barbershop Harmony Society

http://www.barbershop.org

110 7th Avenue N
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 823-3993; customerservice@barbershop.org

Music education resources and 4-part TTBB/SSAA/SATB music in the Barbershop style.

 

Beacock Music

http://www.beacockmusic.com

1420 SE 163rd Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98683
(360) 694-7134; philiphodapp@gmail.com

Beacock Music is a music store founded by a life long educator more than 43 years ago. We remain dedicated to music educators and music education, in all it’s phases and forms, to this day. From full time road reps to print music to instrument rental to intermediate and professional quality instruments to repair to combo and P.A. gear we take care of it all in the music education world.

 

Breezin Thru, Inc.

http://Breezinthru.com

471 Woburn Avenue
Toronto, ON M5M 1L6
Canada
(855) 265-3805; info@breezinthrutheory.com

Breezin’ Thru is an online music theory and composition program for middle and high schools that makes learning fun and gives students the thrill of making music. Auto-assessed and student tracked, saves valuable teacher time and the cool dashboards motivate students to excel. Great for performance programs, general music and theory classes. Access online, Any Device – at home, school or even on the bus!

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Carl Stewart’s Drums for Drummers

http://www.drumsfordrummers.org

7455 Lorge Circle
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(949) 689-5364; tom@drumsfordrummers.org

Non-Profit. Take in donated drum sets, repair them, place them into underfunded schools with music programs.

 

Casio America, Inc.

http://www.casiomusicgear.com

570 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Dover, NJ  07801
(973) 361-5400; musicgear@casio.com

Casio has been inspiring music students and educators for over 35 years with its diverse range of electronic musical instruments. There is a Casio instrument for any level of musician, on any budget. Portable keyboards provide a great introduction to music making, with lesson features and a variety of tones and rhythms to explore. Privia and Celviano digital pianos provide a natural piano experience that is perfect for an educational setting, with accurately-weighted keys, detailed grand piano sound, and music lab connectivity.

 

Choirs of America

http://www.VocalMusic.org

1001 East Harmony Road, Ste A-300
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 325-2500; info@vocalmusic.org

Choirs of America engages, inspires and educates choirs across the country (and throughout the world). COA’s prestigious festival programs seek to significantly increase the quality of a choral music education and experience for participating choirs. Welcome to the Revolution.

 

ChordBuddy

http://www.chordbuddy.com

2668 E Cottonwood Rd
Dothan, AL 36301
(334) 699-6188; travis@chordbuddy.com

The ChordBuddy Guitar system is a fast and fun tool for teaching guitar. ChordBuddy’s patented learning system attaches to the neck of the guitar an allows students to play chords instantly by pushing a button. As students progress, the buttons are removed. Like training wheels.

 

Chorus America Association

1156 15th St. NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 331-7577, ext. 242; liza@chorusamerica.org

 

CODA Concerts

http://www.codaconcerts.com

132 W 31st Street, 15th FL
New York, NY 10001
(212) 239-1238; info@codaconcerts.com

CODA Concerts is an educationally-based performance company featuring National Choral Festivals in major cities throughout the United States. Our mission is to provide exceptional coaching and performance opportunities for aspiring singers and goal-oriented choirs. CODA Concerts is a New York-based company that shares the collective experience of its partners in conducting, teaching, producing, singing, event planning, choir tours, project management, fund raising and business.

 

CodaBow International, LLC

http://www.codabow.com

876 East Third Street
Winona, MN 55987
(507) 454-1509; play@codabow.com

CodaBow unites the time-honored traditions of bowmaking with the future of advanced materials to pioneer a family of bows unsurpassed in performance and beauty.

 

Conn-Selmer, Inc.

http://www.conn-selmer.com

600 Industrial Parkway
Elkhart, IN 46516
(574) 523-0600; wstraiton@conn-selmer.com

A leading manufacturer & distributor of band and orchestral instruments for professional, amateur and student use. Brands include Bach, Conn. Selmer, Leblanc, Ludwig, Musser, Glaesel and Scherl, and Roth.

 

Cousin’s Concert Attire

http://www.concertattire.com

360 Fairfield Avenue
Stamford, CT  06902
(203) 329-8603; sales@concertattire.com

Manufacturers of concert attire and formal wear.

 

Custom Tours, Inc.

http://www.customtoursinc.net

2123 Beverly Way
Merrick, NY  11566
(516) 379-8890; dawncustom@yahoo.com

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DeMoulin Brothers & Company

http://www.demoulin.com

1025 South 4th Street
Greenville, IL 62246
(800)228-8134; demoulin@demoulin.com

DeMoulin Brothers & Company – now in its 124th year continues to serve the world’s quality apparel needs offering fulltime representation and custom uniformed apparel for marching bands, concert, and orchestra ensembles.

 

Disney Performing Arts

http://www.disneyyouthprograms.com

PO Box 10111
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
(888) 779-1757; wdw.youth.programs@disneyyouthprograms.com

Offers groups unique opportunities to challenge themselves to achieve performance excellence and once in a lifetime experiences of Disney magic and memories with Disney Performing Arts OnStage, Disney Performing Arts Workshops, Festival Disney, and The Disney Honors program.

 

The Domestic Musician

http://www.thedomesticmusician.com

206 Windsor Avenue
Lowell, AR 72745
(479) 658-4429; jessica@thedomesticmusician.com

The Domestic Musician was started as a way for music teachers to find a balance between their teaching and personal lives. On the website, teachers will find training, resources, and blog posts to help them in their elementary music teaching careers.

 

Drum Corps International

http://www.dci.org

110 West Washington Street, Suite C
Indianapolis, IN  46204
(317) 275-1212; dci@dci.org

Marching Music’s Major League – the world leader in producing events for the world’s most elite marching ensembles for student musicians and performers. Founded in 1972, DCI has developed into a powerful, nonprofit, global youth organization with far-reaching artistic, educational and organizational influence.

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EASTMAN

http://EastmanMusicCompany.com

2158 Pomona Blvd.
Pomona, CA  91768
(800) 789-2216; info@eastmanstrings.com

The Eastman family of Strings, Winds, Guitars, as well as S.E. Shires, Wm. S. Haynes, and Backun Musical, proudly makes handcrafted instruments for players of all levels.

 

Education Through Music, Inc.

http://ETMonline.org

122 E 42nd Street, Suite 1501
New York, NY 10168
(212) 972-4788; info@etmonline.org

Education Through Music (ETM) partners with inner-city schools to provide music as a core subject for all children, and utilizes music education as a catalyst to improve academic achievement, motivation for school, and self-confidence. Education Through Music believes: every child deserves access to high-quality music education, taught by qualified and well-trained music teachers; music should support learning in other key areas, including math, science and language arts; and engaged parents and school communities are key to the success of students. In the 2014-2015 school year, ETM is serving over 20,000 students in 38 NYC schools. An additional 5,000 students are served through an ETM Los Angeles affiliate program.

 

Educational Performance Tours

http://www.educationalperformancetours.org

1 Edgewater Plaza, Suite 525
Staten Island, NY 10305
(800) 972-6813; info@educationalperformancetours.org

We craft custom student group performance tours for music, dance, and theatre groups that will wow your students and your budget. Whether it’s your school’s band, orchestra, choir, dance program, or drama club, EPT’s customized performance tours are designed to meet all your needs and exceed your expectations.

 

Educational Tours, Inc.

http://www.tours-eti.com

4205 Charlar Dr., Suite 4
Holt, MI 48842
(800) 654-4560 x508; donna@tours-eti.com

Educational Tours, Inc. is a student group tour operator providing customized tours that focus on the needs of each individual group. Performance opportunities are included at both domestic and international destinations. Our travel professionals pay attention to every detail of your tour to make your experience the best it can be. Our goal is to give your students an educational and rewarding travel experience that will allow them to learn and explore the world beyond the walls of their classroom.

 

El Sistema USA

http://www.elsistemausa.org

2024 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 451-0077; katie@elsistemausa.org

El Sistema USA is a national alliance of El Sistema USA-inspired programs that aims to support and grow a nationwide movement of programs inspired by El Sistema to effect social change through music for children with the fewest resources and the greatest need.

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Forum Music Festivals

http://www.forummusicfestivals.com

1370 Brea Blvd, Suite 134
Fullerton, CA  92835
(888) 763-6786; office@forummusicfestivals.com

Forum Music Festivals produces adjudicated, rated music festivals throughout California for school music ensembles of all ages and abilities. Festivals are held at quality venues, mostly on college campuses, in the Anaheim, San Francisco, San Diego and North Los Angeles areas. Travel services to other destinations are available through Forum Educational Travel. Festivals are designed to encourage student musicians and support the efforts of music directors. The festivals are held during the spring month from the first Friday of March each week until the first Friday of June. For more information, call 1-888-763-6786 or email office@forummusicfestivals.com.

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Galaxy Music Notes

http://galaxymusicnotes.com

19125 North Creek Pkwy, #120
Bothell, WA 98011
(725) 329-2622; info@galaxymusicnotes.com

Galaxy music notes provides multiple levels of piano solo sheet music in styles of classical, folk, ragtime, holiday songs and others. They are downloadable on-line. Easier levels come with hand positions and fingerings for beginners to learn songs easily.

 

GAMA – Guitar & Accessories Marketing Association

http://www.discoverguitar.com

14070 Proton Road, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75244
(972) 233-9107; elizabeth@madcrouch.com

The Guitar & Accessories Marketing Associate (GAMA) is a trade association comprised of manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of guitars and guitar-related products.

GAMA’s mission is to bring together and grow the guitar community by promoting greater access to learning and playing guitar. The group’s purpose is to stimulate the market and serve the guitar industry.

 

Ginger Snaps Apparel and Praise Hymn Fashions

http://www.gingersnapsapparel.com

2427 Franklin Drive
Mesquite, TX 75150
(800) 760-0038; info@gingersnapsapparel.com

Ginger Snaps Apparel provides outfits for all of your needs. Whether you’re looking for formal concert apparel, dresses or separates, tuxedos, show choir costumes, travel apparel like polo’s, twill shirts or screen printed tea shirts: Ginger Snaps Apparel has tasteful, fashionable outfits for every musical and dramatic event on your calendar!

 

GIA Publications, Inc.

http://www.giamusic.com

7404 South Mason Avenue
Chicago, IL 60638
(708) 496-3800; custserv@giamusic.com

Publisher of innovative music education resources and choral music. Whether theory or practice, preschool or professional, instrumental or vocal, GIA’s resources represent the most advanced research and pedagogy in the field today, written by top music educators.

 

Gordon Institute for Music Learning

http://www.giml.org

PO Box 866
Jackson, MI 49204
(517) 748-6518; execdir@giml.org

The purpose of GIML is to advance music understanding through audiation. We believe in the musical potential of each individual. We support an interactive community with opportunities for musical and professional development.

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Hal Leonard, LLC

http://www.halleonard.com

7777 W Bluemound Rd
Milwaikee, WI 53213
(414)774-3630; halinfo@halleonard.com

Hal Leonard is the world’s largest educational music publisher, serving choral and band directors for over 70 years. Hal Leonard publishes a wide variety of music for all levels of ensembles, from elementary schools through collegiate and professional-level groups to church and Bible school settings. Hal Leonard is proudly affiliated with Shawnee Press, Boosey & Hawkes, Fred Bock Music Company, Meredith Music, Hinshaw Music, G. Schirmer, G. Henle, Rubank Publications, Pavane Publishing, and more. In addition, Hal Leonard publishes Music Express magazine for music educators and distributes the Broadway Junior and Getting to Know Collection of school musicals. In addition, they distribute the work of many numerous foreign publishers plus hardware and software for musicians.

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J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc.

http://www.jwpepper.com

191 Sheree Blvd, Suite 100
Exton, PA 19341
(800) 345-6296; satisfaction@jwpepper.com

The world’s largest educational print music retailer with a website, monthly e-club newsletters, fast delivery, and school-friendly billing options all specifically designed for the music teacher.

 

Jazz at Lincoln Center

http://www.jazz.org

3 Columbus Circle, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10019
(212) 258-9800; education@jazz.org

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K & C Music Co., Inc.

http://www.kandcmusic.com

273 Lenox Street
Norwood, MA 02062
(791) 769-6520; service@kandcmusic.com

We are school musical instrument specialists located in Norwood, Massachusetts. K&C Music has been serving local school systems in Eastern Massachusetts since 1985.

We are an authorized dealer for Yamaha, Conn-Selmer, Buffet, Eastman and Jupiter wind and percussion instruments. Our in-house repair shop is staffed with certified technicians to keep your instruments in peak playing condition!

 

KHS America

http://www.jupitermusic.com

12020 Volunteer Blvd
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
(800) 283-4676; info@jupitermusic.com

Serving the musical community with world-class instruments that provide a lifetime of musical inspiration from pre-school to professional.

 

Kwala Music

http://www.kwalamusic.com

24881 Alicia Pkwy
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(714) 576-2989; chris@kwalamusic.com

In-home music lessons to elementary aged students.

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League of American Orchestras

http://www.americanorchestras.org

33 W 60th Street, 5th FL
New York, NY 10023
(212) 262-5161; hnoonan@americanorchestras.org

The League of American Orchestras leads, supports, and champions America’s orchestras and the vitality of the music they perform. Its diverse membership of more than 2,000 organizations and individuals across North America runs the gamut from world-renowned orchestras to community groups, from summer festivals to student and youth ensembles, from conservatories to libraries, from businesses serving orchestras to individuals who love symphonic music. The only national organization dedicated solely to the orchestral experience, the League is a nexus of knowledge and innovation, advocacy, and leadership advancement. Its conferences and events, award-winning Symphony magazine, website, and other publications inform people around the world about orchestral activity and developments. Founded in 1942 and chartered by Congress in 1962, the League links a national network of thousands of instrumentalists, conductors, managers and administrators, board members, volunteers, and business partners.

 

Little Kids Rock

http://www.littlekidsrock.org

271 Grove Avenue, Bld. E2
Verona, NJ 07044
(973) 746-8248; program@littlekidsrock.org

Little Kids Rock is a national music non-profit that aims to transform lives by restoring, expanding, and innovating music education in the public schools of the United States.

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MakeMusic, Inc.

http://www.makemusic.com

7007 Winchester Circle
#140
Boulder, CO 80301
(952)937-9611

Because we are musicians and educators ourselves, performing, creating, and learning are at the heart of everything we do

MakeMusic began with Finale, which continues to revolutionize the world of music notation. We developed SmartMusic to extend our reach as educators to home practice and to provide every student with immediate feedback. Garritan virtual instruments allow out computers to more closely match the sounds in our limitless imaginations, and the Musicfile format came from our belief that music was meant to be shared – with everyone. 

We create innovative solutions to help musicians change the world. 

 

Metropolitan Opera Guild, Inc.

http://www.metguild.org

70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10023
(212) 769-7000; schoolpartnerships@metguild.org

The Metropolitan Opera Guild was founded in 1935 to support the Metropolitan Opera by widening the level of interest in opera through arts and music education. The Guild’s innovative arts education programs now reach over 15,000 students and teachers at over 200 schools in six states, and over 10,000 adults who attend Guild lectures and backstage tours of the Metropolitan Opera. The Guild’s programs for schools and teachers are based on a “Create-Present-Attend” model where students create their own musical-dramatic works that are based on classroom study; develop music-related skills with the goal of presentation or performance and they are exposed to models of artistic excellence through attending final-dress and director’s rehearsals at the Metropolitan Opera.

 

MFR Holdings, LLC

45 Dayton Crescent
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
(201) 755-4083; rick@mfrholdings.com

 

Music and the Brain

http://www.musicandthebrain.org

330 West 42nd Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10036
(212) 631-7825; lisala@musicandthebrain.org

Music and the Brain is a twenty one year, nonprofit neuroscience based program that uses classroom keyboard instruction to build fundamental cognitive and critical thinking skills in public school students during the school day. Our comprehensive curriculum, ongoing teacher training and keyboard labs are actively used in more than 200 public schools nationwide impacting over 400,000 students since 1997.

 

Music City Popcorn, LLC

http://www.musiccitypopcorn.com

188 Front Street, Suite 116-9
Franklin, TN 37064
(833) 627-2676; contact@musiccitypopcorn.com

 

Music for All, Inc.

http://www.musicforall.org

39 W. Jackson Place, Suite 150
Indianpolis, IN 46225
(317) 636-2263

 

Music In the Parks

http://www.festivalsofmusic.com

1784 West Schuylkill Road
Douglassville, PA 19518
(800) 323-0974; arossi@edprog.com

One and two day adjudicated music festivals for bands, orchestra, and choirs grades 6-12.

 

Music Teachers National Association

http://www.mtna.org

1 W. 4th Street, Suite 1550
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 421-1420; mtnanet@mtna.org

The mission of MTNA is to advance the value of music study and music making to society and to support the professionalism of music teachers.

 

MusicFirst

http://musicfirst.com

180 Madison Avenue, 24th Floor
New York, NY 10016
(212) 254-2100; info@musicfirst.com

MusicFirst is a complete online classroom for K-12 music education, with engaging content and integrated software that provides you with everything you need to teach music in a connected world.

 

Musician’s Toolkit

http://www.musicianstoolkit.com

242 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 883-9581; bj@musicianstoolkit.com

Musician’s Toolkit is one of the most versatile technologies in any music educators’ collection. We provide high-definition video courses that can be used in a variety of learning environments, as well as subject matter resources for professional development. In addition to these video assets our platform comes with a complete suite of assessment, analytic, and learning management tools that make any music program simple and painless.

 

Musicnotes, Inc.

http://musicnotes.com

901 Deming Way
Madison, WI  53717
(608) 662-1680

We provide the notes so that you can make the music. Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Madison WI., Muisicnotes.com is the world’s largest digital sheet music retailer and publisher, providing nearly 300,000 pieces of officially licensed digital sheet music and guitar tablature to more than 5 million customers worldwide. From the lasted pop hits to the classical essentials, just download, print, and play instantly!
In addition to officially licensed arrangements for nearly every instrument, plus vocal and choral, at any skill level, Musicnotes.com provides users with innovative, free Android, IOS, desktop and cloud apps, which complement the digital sheet music experience. Carry, view, listen to and markup your digital sheet music anywhere.

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NAMM

8 Glen Avenue
Port Chester, NY 10573
erice@namm.org

 

National Educational Music Co. LTD

http://www.nemc.com

1181 Route 22
Mountainside, NJ 07092
(908) 232-6700; info@nemc.com

For over 50 years NEMC has served the Music Industry as a distributor of world-class Band and Orchestra Musical Instruments. Our innovative service enriches lives and businesses through our meaningful rental and sales programs.

 

National Federation of State High School Associations

http://www.nfhs.org

PO Box 690
Indianapolis, IN 46206
(317) 822-5740; jweaver@nfhs.org

Since 1920, The National Federation of State High School Associations has led the development of education-based interscholastic sports and activities that help students succeed in their lives. We set directions for the future by building awareness and support, improving the participation experience, establishing consistent standards and rules for competition, and helping those who oversee high school sports and activities.

The NFHS, from its offices in Indianapolis, Indiana, serves its 50 member state high school athletic/activity associations, plus the District of Columbia. The NFHS publishes playing rules in 16 sports for boys and girls competition and administers fine arts programs in speech, theater, debate and music. It provides a variety of program initiatives that reach the 18,500 high schools and over 11 million students involved in athletic and activity programs.

 

National Piano Foundation

http://www.pianonet.com

14070 Proton Road, #100
Dallas, TX  75244
(972) 233-9107; office@pianonet.com

The mission of the National Piano Foundation is to develop educational programs, activities and materials which (a) educate the general public, parents and students about the value, benefit and enjoyment of playing the piano, b) contribute to the professional well-being of the teaching community, (c) support the music study success of piano users, and (d) promote the productive interaction and cooperation of all segments of the music industry.

 

Neil A. Kjos Music Company

http://www.kjos.com

4382 Jutland Drive
San Diego, CA 92117
(858) 970-9800; email@kjos.com

Founded in 1936, Kjos Music remains committed to publishing exceptional literature and methods for all areas of music education including piano, chorus, band, jazz band, strings, mariachi, and guitar.

 

NUVO Instrumental, LLC

http://www.nuvo-instrumental.com

100 Cummings Center, Suite 146Q
Beverly, MA 01915
(978) 530-5070; brittany@nuvo-insturmental.com

NUVO designs and manufactures a range of woodwind instruments which improve the learning process and enable kids to start on their musical journey with real instruments at an earlier age.

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Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE)

http://www.oake.org

3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 1126
Los Angeles, CA 90034
(310) 441-3555; oakeoffice@oake.org

Inspired by the vision of Zoltan Kodaly, the mission of the Organization of Kodaly Educators is to support music education of the highest quality, promote universal music literacy and lifelong music making and preserve the musical heritage of the people of the United States of America through education, artistic performance, advocacy and research.

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Percussive Arts Society

http://www.pas.org

110 W. Washington Street, Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 974-4488; percarts@pas.org

 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America

http://www.sinfonia.org

10600 Old State Road
Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 867-2433; nhq@sinfonia.org

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity is the nation’s oldest and largest music fraternity. Established in 1898 at the New England Conservatory, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is dedicated to creating harmony in the world through its philanthropic and musical endeavors. The goals of the fraternity, to enhance the bonds of brotherhood between its members and to advance music in America, provide strength and direction to well over 140,000 living members, members who represent the highest levels of achievement and dedication to their art in a variety of fields.

 

Progressive Music

http://www.progressivemusiccompany.com

316 Fifth Avenue
McKeesport, PA  15132
(412) 672-9623; mark.despotakis@progrmusic.com

Progressive Music opened on March 20, 1947. From the very beginning, our commitment was to music education and music education students. Our commitment continues today by offering the best products for school music programs and by providing unparalleled service. The commitment doesn’t end there…we are actively involved in advocating for a quality music education for all children.

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QuaverMusic.com

http://www.QuaverMusic.com

1706 Grand Avenue
Nashville, TN  37212
(615) 812-5750; info@quavermusic.com

Quaver’s QK-8 MUSIC curriculum offers a fully-digital, comprehensive program for today’s K-8 music classroom, plus and engaging FREE student website. Cloud-based and highly interactive, Quaver’s Curriculum also includes a suite of administrative tools for training and customer support, gradebook, supervisor-level reporting, and a mobile app for student assessments. Advanced Technology. Teacher Friendly. Seriously Fun!

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Remo, Inc.

http://www.remo.com

28101 Industry Drive
Valencia, CA 91355
(661) 294-5600; corporatecommunications@remo.com

Manufacturer of drum heads, accessories, and percussion instruments with more than 50 years supporting music education.

 

The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation

http://www.teachrock.org

434 Sixth Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10011
(212) 868-9000; christine@rockandrollforever.org

Steven Van Zandt’s Rock and Roll Forever Foundation bring rich educational materials to teachers–at no cost. The lesson plans at TeachRock.org are inquiry-based, standards-aligned, and offer a multicultural approach to American history from the viewpoint of all stakeholders, providing teachers with content that reflects perspectives as diverse as the students in their classroom.

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Schmidt Youth Vocal Competition

http://www.schmidtcompetition.org

501 South Patterson Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 529-3046; schmidtcompinfo@gmail.com

Schmidt Vocal Programs provide high-quality vocal competitions, educational programs and resources to encourage high school students to pursue their passion in vocal arts and to foster life changing experiences.

The Schmidt Youth Vocal Competition is open to talented young singers who are currently in their sophomore, junior or senior year in high school. Now in its sixteenth year, the Competition has impacted the lives of 5,500 youth throughout the country have and annually provides scholarships for over 140 students.

The Schmidt Vocal Institute (SVI) for high school singers provides a two-week intensive educational experience for talented high school vocal students. Participants receive lessons and coachings, participate in master classes with world-renowned artists and teachers, take courses in acting, lyric diction, vocal health, college audition preparation, historic performances, and stage craft.

 

Sheet Music Plus

http://www.sheetmusicplus.com

1300 64th Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
(800) 743-3868; marketing@sheetmusicplus.com

E-commerce company specializing in print and digital sheet music.

 

Silver Burdett/Pearson

http://www.pearsonschool.com/music

939 Terrace Drive
Lantana, TX 76226
(401) 440-6667; shirley.lacroix@pearson.com

Interactive MUSIC powered by Silver Burdett with Alfred, a fully digital program developed jointly by Pearson and Alfred Music is updated with more songs, more activities, test bank questions, and more great content. Music courses delivered on Realize (TM) give teachers access to a variety of activities to enhance music learning. Motivating resources provide options to engage PK-8 students in concept-based instruction with online interactive activities, content for projection, and more!

 

Simply Sheets Fundraising, LLC

http://www.simplysheetsfundraising.com

980 Cobb Pl Blvd NW, Suite 100
Kennesaw, GA 30411
(888) 248-0054; info@simplysheetsfundraising.com

Simply Sheets Fundraising is a bed sheet fundraising company which provides a high quality, usable product; and we support that product through a simple, risk free, and highly profitable program.

 

Soundwaves Recording, LLC

http://www.soundwaves.org

4708 Surfside Drive
Huron, OH  44839
(419) 433-4918; dan@soundwaves.org

Audio and video on-location recording and production for music educators and music association. Soundwaves, our online music catalog provides Music Educators a wide selection of 20+ years of state, regional, and national conference recordings.

 

Stage Accents

http://www.stageaccents.com

234 Industrial Pkwy
Northvale, NJ 07647
(201) 750-2600; customerservice@stageaccents.com

Performance apparel: Gowns, Tuxedos, Show Choir Costumes, and Accessories.

 

Steinway & Sons

http://www.steinway.com

One Steinway Place
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 721-2600; info@steinway.com

Since its founding in New York in 1853, Steinway & Sons has been considered the world’s premier piano manufacturer. Steinway & Sons pianos are still constructed in Astoria, NY and Hamburg, Germany primarily by hand, using many of the techniques developed over 160 years ago.

 

Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc.

5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD 39597
(301) 581-5130; mjeffries@strathmore.org

 

Super-Sensitive Musical String Co.

http://www.supersensitive.com

1805 Apex Road
Sarasota, FL  34240
(941) 371-0016; ellen@cavanaughcompany.com

Super-Sensitive Musical String Co.has manufactured a line of strings for bowed instruments since 1930. Red Label, Pearl and Sensicore are among customer favorites. Accessories include rosin, polish, Spector mute, tone shaper bow guide, Stoppin Endpin floor protector and Bowmaster bowgrip.

 

Sweet Adelines International

http://www.sweetadelineintl.org

9110 S. Toledo Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74137
(800) 992-7464; education@sweetadelineintl.org

Sweet Adelines International is a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education, competition, and performance.

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Titanic Museum Attraction

http://www.titanicbranson.com

714 Hwy 248, Suite 520
Branson, MO 65616
(417) 334-9500; ruthann.crust@titanicattraction.com

We’ve built a ship-shaped, interactive Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN.
Everyone know the name Titanic. Everyone knows that Titanic hit an iceberg. Everyone knows that Titanic was lost. But there is so much more to her story. Our crew will bring her story to life.

 

Tonara

http://www.tonara.com

2nd Kaplan St
Tel Aviv, Israel
972-37-712235

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Universal Orlando Resort

http://www.universalorlandoyouth.com

1000 Universal Studios Plz
Orlando, FL 32819
(800) 968-8415; stars@universalorlando.com

Experience what it’s like to be a professional movie musician in one of Universal Orlando Resort’s Sound Design: Music and the Art of Foley workshops. This experience is created based on the Core Arts Standards and supports learning benchmarks across curricula in middle and high school classrooms. Designed and composed by Robert W Smith, the movie clips from Despicable Me and The Lorax provide a canvas for creativity through original music underscores, Foley & digital sound effects and automated dialogue replacement, all performed by students in band, orchestra or choir. The Universal STARS Performance Program also offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and one-of-a-kind thrills in the parks and on stage. Delight international audiences in our parks by marching before our daily parade, within our Macy’s Holiday Parade, or create your own parade through Universal Studios Florida. Stage performers entertain crowds in front of the incredible backdrop only Universal’s CityWalk entertainment complex can offer.

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VH1 Save the Music Foundation

http://www.vh1savethemusic.com

1540 Broadway, 29th FL
New York, NY 10036
(212) 846-7155; stmschool@vh1savethemusic.com

The VH1 Save The Music Foundation, Inc. is a New York 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps kids, schools, and communities realize their full potential through the power of making music. Founded in 1997, VH1 Save The Music was the first organization in existence dedicated to restoring music programs. Over the past 20 years, the Foundation has donated $53 million worth of new musical instruments to over 2,000 public schools in 257 school districts around the country – impacting the lives of millions of public school students.

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Weill Music Institute, Carnegie Hall

http://www.carnegiehall.org/education

881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY  10019
(212)-903-9670; info@weillmusicinstitute.org

Broad-reaching music education programs–serving over 400,000 annually–reflecting Carnegie Hall’s commitment to making great music accessible to as many people as possible.

 

Westminster Choir College

http://www.rider.edu/wcc

101 Walnut Lane
Princeton, NJ 08540
(609) 921-7100

 

Winter Guard International

http://www.wgi.org

2405 Crosspointe Drive
Miamisburg, OH 45342
(937) 247-5919; office@wgi.org

WGI is the world’s premier organization producing indoor color guard, percussion, and winds ensemble competitions for young adults around the world.

 

Wisely Music Learning, Inc.

25830 Westheimer Pkwy, Suite 750
Katy, TX 77494
(281) 581-8070; info@wiselymusiclearning.com

Wisely Music Learning, grand opening August 2018 at Katy TX, will provide private and/or group lessons in vocal, music instruments and theories. We want to integrate well-developed Music Education Software with teaching in our new music school (grand opening Aug 2018)for K-12 students. We need software that can help school instructors as well as the students and their parents to keep tracking of their learning progress. Also during band rehearsal and recital/performance, the software can assist the band director with arrangements.

 

WorldStrides

http://www.worldstrides.org

218 West Water St., Suite 400
Charlottesville, VA 22902
(434) 982-8600

 

Wurrly, LLC

12301 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 302
Los Angeles, CA  90025
(424) 325-3171; nadine@wurrly.com

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Yamaha Corporation of America

http://usa.yamaha.com

6600 Orangethrope Avenue
Buena Park, CA 90620
(317) 524-6272; jvierling@yamaha.com

View our full description at https://usa.yamaha/about_yamaha/corporate/index.html

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