4th Annual "Teach Music Week": March 19-25, 2018
Keep Music Alive
is celebrating the 4th Annual "Teach Music Week" (formerly Teach Music America Week) from Monday March 19th to Sunday March 25th.
We are asking musicians and music schools everywhere to find one new student they can begin to teach by offering one free 30 minute lesson.
We are also asking all interested music students (kids and adults) to seek out a music school or musician participating in "Teach Music Week".
We have chosen a week in March to coincide with National "Music in Our Schools Month" (MiOSM)
across the country to help focus attention on the importance of including music as part of our children's education.
600+ Music Schools across 50 States & Canada Participated in 2017!
Click on your state name to find participating music schools in your area. Contact the schools
directly for information about their programs & Teach Music Week offers.
Why is this important?
We all know, that often the biggest hurdle to anything is just getting started.
We believe that by encouraging music teachers and potential students to reach out to each other,
many of these new students will continue to learn and play music long after the month of March is over.
Our goal is to get as many new students to begin learning how to play music as we can.
Only by sparking musical interest in new students will quality music be created for future generations.
About Keep Music Alive
Keep Music Alive
is on a MISSION to promote how valuable and important music is in all of our lives: Academically, Therapeutically
or just overall making us a happier society. As part of this mission, we have published the book
"88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life
featuring over 150 inspirational music quotes and stories relating how music has affected the lives of people all over the world.
Musicians, songwriters, music educators and music fans from around the world contributed to "88+ Ways Music" including almost 2 dozen music, film
and TV celebrities.
50% of the proceeds from all book and ebook sales are donated to non-profits that support schools and communities in need with
musical instructions and education. Our current beneficiares include Guitars in the Classroom,
Spirit of Harmony and Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation.