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9 Ways to Entice More Volunteers, Backed by Science

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"You want higher test scores in math and science? Music education will help. You want children with higher mental faculty? Music education will help. You want to keep kids out of trouble and on-track towards college and future employment? Music education will help."

Why Music Education Actually Matters


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The +Norwin Percussion concert is streaming LIVE now! Has your ensemble ever live-streamed a performance? Why or why not?

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We have an anonymous donor who has committed to match the first $2,000.00 in gifts dollar for dollar!

AMP Participating in Give Local America, a National Day of Giving! #givelocalamerica

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Guitdoorbell - YouTube A pleasant strum every time your door opens and closes.

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Marian Bechtel: Saving Lives One Chord at a Time via @mashable

“Those who are lifting the world upward and onward are those who encourage more than criticize.” -Elizabeth Harrison #quote

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"In the enormous domed metal building—a cavernous space dominated by three regulation size basketball courts where adults coach the kids’ teams, shouting to be heard above the din—I find the court for Nicholas’s game and quickly sit down on the bleachers. …

"When did this happen? How did we get here? When did we stop wanting our children to play nicely together, stop insisting on apologies when they hurt one another, stop valuing kindness and social skills above competitiveness and drive? And when did it become a good play to foul someone on purpose? When did we stop calling 'careful with that stick' across the playground and start shouting 'check him?'

"I’m tempted to turn to the parents beside me on these bleachers and offer an explanation for myself: I was in the band."

I'm with the Band | Full Grown People

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A 2011 study found that Nobel laureates in the sciences are 25 times more likely to sing, dance, or act than the average scientist.

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