By Sarah Saucedo The marching band and music world have been integral parts of my life for 25 years now. Not only was I involved in the activity in high school, but I married into it as well! I have lived and breathed music on both sides of the fence for most of my life, … Continue reading Music Has Changed My Life For Good
VISIT THE CROWDFUNDING SITE Grand Prize Includes Canadian Brass Clinic and Concert at Winning School FISHERS, IN (Feb. 17, 2017) – High school music programs, music booster organizations and band supporters across the United States are being invited to assist the Association of Music Parents (AMP) with a crowdfunding effort to secure the remaining funds … Continue reading Association of Music Parents Launches Major Crowdfunding Campaign in Support of Marching Beyond Halftime Documentary Film
By Scott McCormick Now that I have your attention, I’m sure most of you who are involved with high school band programs were ready to stone me or check my noodle with this blog’s headline: “Now that band season’s over, what’s left to do?” Believe me, as one who has spent a professional lifetime working … Continue reading Now That Band Season’s Over, What’s Left to Do?
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 04, 2015 Music education industry executive and founder of The National Association of Music Parents (AMP), L. Scott McCormick, has joined the production team of the documentary feature, Marching Beyond Halftime, announced the film’s producer/director Sara Flatow. McCormick has been named executive producer of the movie. “Scott brings a wealth … Continue reading Scott McCormick Named Executive Producer of Documentary Feature, Marching Beyond Halftime
AMP is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Marching Roundtable and introduce a new version of online coursework for Band Parents. Enjoy marching band performances and contests more by understanding how the judging process works! Find out what the judges are looking for, how groups are accessed, and how numbers are assigned. Through our … Continue reading Judging Demystified – Understanding the Adjudication Process