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June 10, 2022

Part I: Music Production – 4 Ways to Bring It to Your School Now

By KELLEY KING and EMILY FALVEY This is part 1 of a 2-part series on the topic of music production education in schools. Music production presents an incredible opportunity to breathe new life into music programs and STEM programs alike. One of the most obvious benefits of teaching music production is fostering high student engagement. […]

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March 22, 2021

Mind The Gap: Traditional and Non-Traditional Music Ed

Give A Note hosts weekly conversations about and in support of music education in our Music Education Matters club on the Clubhouse (iOS) app. People around the world join us to share their experiences and perspectives with music and music education. During one of these sessions, we met Jen Rafferty, a music educator and author of A Place in the Staff: Finding Your […]

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September 28, 2019

Tiffany Naiman, PhD, speaks to the power of music

“There are very few things in the world that teach you about community building and how to relate to other people in the way that music does and I think that within education in K-12 it is really important, and in higher education, but I think doing it at a younger age is so so […]

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April 18, 2018

Give A Note Foundation Awards Five Music Programs for Innovation in Music Education

Photo: Members of the Ramona Dynasty band of Ramona High School in Riverside, CA, perform during Give A Note’s 2017 Music In Our Schools Tour.  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Ashley Wales Give A Note Foundation (805) 236-4928 AshleyW@giveanote.org   Give A Note Foundation Awards Five Music Programs for Innovation in Music Education  Schools of Five […]

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