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The MusicianShip offers a FREE multi-disciplinary summer program for elementary, middle, and high school students! Wish for your child to get started with an instrument or dance? Learn about the music business? Produce songs and create beats? This year, join our in-person SUMMER Program 😎 !...

Join the Funk Parade Festival in Historic U. Street Corridor!  The DC Funk Parade is returning and soon rebranding in 2023 as the DC Funk Festival with the help of sponsors like Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center, TMobile, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, the Ben’s Chili Bowl Foundation,...

That's A Wrap to The 2022 Wammie Awards! Photography by Louis Tinsley | Set Design by Walter Atta (Washington, D.C.) - The 2022 Wammie Awards, the DMV region’s premier music awards show, was an industry success this year as The MusicianShip hosted over 500 guests at Capital...

🏆 Get your tickets to The 2022 Wammie Awards to celebrate the Washington DC region’s music industry! Join world-class creatives and local music fans on Saturday, March 26th at Capital Turnaround to attend the reveal of The 2022 Wammie Award Winners among the many amazing Finalists...

Today, we celebrate and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who, throughout the civil rights movement, recognized the power of education and music. Like Dr. King, The MusicianShip believes that music is a catalyst for change. All people, especially our youth, can...

Will you share your story? Music has helped young people safely explore ideas and emotions for generations while building self-expression. For the last 12 years, The MusicianShip has seen students grow with music, expressing themselves in and out of the classroom and becoming confident individuals. Some...

Mr. Moton and Anacostia High School Students Need Your Help For the past two years, Barry Moton, a Jazz Vocalist, Howard graduate, and teacher at Anacostia's after-school vocal music class has been strongly advocating for a student drumline. Within the music education community, it has been seen that drumline...

As you may have seen in The Washington Post, The MusicianShip sent one of our students to Saturday’s Washington Nationals game as a reward for her exemplary leadership during our virtual after-school program. While this should have been an opportunity to celebrate her accomplishment and...

Dear all: We, the Board of Directors of The MusicianShip, are writing to announce that Jeffery Tribble, the co-founder and Executive Director of the organization, will be stepping down from his position effective June 30th. Jeff has accepted an offer to become the President and CEO...

We’re elated to share that NBCU Foundation has awarded The MusicianShip a $50,000 Project Innovation Grant to support our youth programming. This generous gift will allow us to fulfill our mission of changing lives with music by helping an additional 420 students have an opportunity to...