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FMA, founded in 2009, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for pilots who are also musicians that welcomes all proficiency levels and musical genres. It is the passion for aviation and music that counts! The skills required to play an instrument and fly an aircraft have marked similarities, from precision and multitasking to listening and fine motor skills. By educating others about these common attributes, we hope to further interest in both. We strive to share our passions in order to inspire, educate, and encourage others by creating enthusiasm and promoting personal growth through presentations, performances, networking, and scholarships.

Mission:
Two Passions
- One Goal -
Bringing Aviation and Music Together

"Pilot Musicians sharing their passion while encouraging and educating youth (& adults) in the science and art of aeronautics and music."
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Lyra Music is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching lives and building community through the study and appreciation of classical music. The three main components of the Lyra Music program are designed to work synergistically towards the goals of training young musicians, enriching lives and building audiences and community through world-class concerts and free outreach programs. Selecting Lyra Music today will support Lyra’s Scholarship/Financial Aid Program and all of Lyra’s activities.

The Lyra Music Workshop is a 3-week conservatory-style classical music summer program for intermediate and advanced string players and pianists ages 9-18, in residence at Smith College each July. Students work on solo and chamber ensemble repertoire in an intensive, supportive environment where they can focus on musical development and personal growth through individually tailored curriculum in a non-competitive setting. Lyra Music students perform in multiple outreach concerts every summer, bringing live classical music out of the concert hall and into the community – serving assisted living communities, retirement and nursing homes and introducing our youngest audiences to classical music through concerts at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.

The Lyra Music Festival is an outstanding series of summer classical events including master classes and world class performances by internationally recognized guest artists produced in and around Northampton, MA each July. Lyra Workshop students perform free outreach concerts throughout Western MA as junior members of the Festival providing free live classical music events to those who may not have the mobility to attend concert hall performances.

The Lyra Youth Competition provides stimulating competition experience for rising young classical musicians, enhancing a vibrant youth music education scene in and around the East Coast and New England.

Thank you for supporting Lyra Music!
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Make Music Madison is an annual citywide, free, outdoor day of music held on the summer solstice, June 21. Initiated in 2013 as Madison’s entry into the international summer solstice music celebration, we join over 700 communities around the world in kicking off summer by filling the city with music. Make Music Madison turns the city into a stage, and offers a full spectrum of performers the opportunity to display their musical skills.
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Musical Pathways Foundation provides private music lessons and Kindermusik® classes. Kindermusik® is a developmental music program which through joyful music-making between the parent, child and teacher seeks to promote cognitive, physical, language, social, emotional and musical development in young children. Each class, geared toward your child’s developmental stage, is taught by a trained and licensed Kindermusik teacher who is passionate about transforming the lives of children through musical learning.

Children sing, play instruments, dance, explore literature and learn to listen in an active, intent way. Musical goals range from developing a steady beat at 18 months to learning to read music at five years-old. The program is based on the beliefs that all children are musical and that the parent is the child’s most important teacher.

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