At the heart of empowerment lies the necessity for many voices to be heard, understood, and in dialogue with each other. Learning and growth are not always achieved simply by agreeing with each other. Providing a space for listening is often the first step to...
The Save The Music (STM) team joined Artist Corps New Orleans (AC NOLA) and the New Orleans Arts Education Alliance (NOAEA) in hosting a Music Education Convening on May 11 and 12, 2022. The gathering marked the first gathering since 2018, and included: – K-12 public school educators and teaching artists – Local community music […]
Save The Music and SongFarm.org hosted our third annual Hometown To Hometown event on April 26, 2022 at the Musician’s Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne were honored as the Champions of the Year for their dedication to music...
Teaming Up With Nonprofits to Provide Musical Instruments in Memphis and Mississippi Delta Communities
Successful Inc. is proud to announce a partnership with Memphis Music Initiative (MMI) and the Save The Music Foundation, in order to bring more musical instruments to youth in the Mississippi Delta and Memphis regional communities. To date, the organizations have worked together to provide approximately $250,000 worth of musical equipment to the area, including […]
Summary Over the past five years, Save The Music has grown and scaled our work at the community level, building on the culturally rich foundation of American music. We build community-level partnerships with local music advocates, educators, artists, and funders in places where we can invest in 30, 50 or 100+ schools over several years […]
This year, the Save The Music team will be highlighting the stories of music educators, advocates, and community leaders, while shining a light on some of our favorite music venues in the United States. Each venue has done tremendous work in authentically uplifting the communities they serve. They also house a deep history of showcasing […]