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The MusicianShip uses music to alter the life trajectory of youth, thereby creating a more vibrant, educated, empowered, and well-intentioned world.

We Did It! Nearly $50,000 Raised For Music Education!

The MusicianShip Gala Was A Success! This past Friday [December 8, 2017], with the support of our amazing DC community, The MusicianShip Gala 2017 raised $48,000 that will help to support 900 DC area youth in 2018! We sincerely thank everyone who attended, sponsored a student, donated, served as a sponsor, or merely sent us well-wishes. We […]

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The MusicianShip Gala is Less Than A Week Away!

We’re only a few days away until ticket sales for The MusicianShip Gala come to a close. This is a momentous occasion as for the 1st time in 8 years, The MusicianShip is hosting a Gala to support our free-of-charge music programs in DC. So be sure to join us and friendly professionals from around […]

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Music. Merchandise. Impact.

Greetings, We recently launched The MusicianShip’s Apparel Initiative, which is dually focused on fashionable clothing and community impact. We want you to look good, feel great, and make a difference at the same time! As The MusicianShip endeavors to create a more vibrant, educated, and empowered world, we are releasing t-shirts and sweatshirts for you […]

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A New Addition To The MusicianShip Family

We’re so excited to announce that we have recently acquired the artistically historic Washington Youth Choir! Founded in 2006, by Dr. Joyce Garrett, The Washington Youth Choir has performed with notable artists such as Diana Ross, Demi Lovato, Linda Eder, Janelle Monae, Anthony Anderson, as well as every President since Ronald Reagan. As the choir […]

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We Give & T.I. May Match Our Donations!

In partnership with Tidal, T.I. is challenging education organizations to raise funds for their causes and one of the TOP FIVE will receive a matching gift from him. Every dollar you give, gets us closer to having that dollar doubled! Donate to The MusicianShip’s Summer Camp How will the money be used? Primarily, so that we can hire […]

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and The MusicianShip

Summer is around the corner and we’re so excited to announce our collaboration with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington’s (BGCGW) Richard England Clubhouse #14 for the launch of our summer instrumental music program!The MusicianShip’s mission to change lives with music makes our partnership with BGCGW a perfect fit – an organization who’s mission is to help boys and […]

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Opportunity to Give!

Now that you’ve finished your turkey and hopefully the leftovers too, it’s time for the holiday with a purpose! Black Friday and Cyber Monday are all just warm ups for giving to support great causes, lending a helping hand, and gifting money to those about whom we care. If you consider The MusicianShip‘s commitment to providing music experiences for youth […]

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Arts is added to STEM K-12 Curriculum

Yesterday, U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici of Oregon presented an amendment that adds arts education to the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum. The amendment was unanimously passed through the now STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) caucus. This amendment effects K-12 education around the United States, recognizing that the arts are vitally important […]

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We’ve Only Just Begun…

Music For More 2015 Most people are familiar with The MusicianShip’s summer camp, but year round, we provide great programming at public schools who desperately need music education. This fall, we are teaching and mentoring 70 students in 3 schools, and we know that we still have more students to reach. Over the next 30 days, […]

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So Why Do You Teach Kids Classical Music?

Do you ever hear Top 40 music and wonder “Where’s all the jazz? Where’s the chamber music? Doesn’t anyone enjoy a good symphony these days?” Today’s youngest generations may laugh at the thought of Beethoven or Miles Davis cracking the BillBoard list, but many classicalized art forms were the standard  in previous decades. Music that formerly […]

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