American Music Conference

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American Music Conference
American Music Conference is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in Carlsbad, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Music Conference which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Music Conference on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 100.

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5790 Armada Dr
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 431-9124

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American Music Conference has an overall ZapScore of 100. This means that American Music Conference has a higher ZapScore than 100% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Carlsbad, California is 45 and in the Non Profit Organizations category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Music Through the Ages: Peninsula New Horizons Band Makes Musicians, New and Old - Door County Pulse†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“Music, like all the arts, is what makes us human. It gives us a chance to express ourselves in a lot of different ways where words might not be appropriate.” Paula Eggert and her bandmates are giving that chance to the county’s older population. New Horizons Band is near and dear to our hearts here at NAMM!
At some point in your early school years, you probably walked into music class to see an array of instruments laid out before you. One by one, with the help of your music teacher or band director, you tried them all and picked one. Some put it away after the first rehearsal. For others, it …


From our first heartbeat, to our dying breath’s last rattle, we are music, and music follows us throughout our life twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


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Music is innately human. Across cultures, across generations, it shapes our lives; its melodies break down barriers and build bridges; its songs tell our stories, our history, and shares in the poignant memories we cherish... Music Follows You.
Music is innately human. Across cultures, across generations, it shapes our lives; its melodies break down barriers and build bridges; its songs tell our stories, our history, and shares in the poignant memories we cherish. Music – and the act of music making – orchestrates our emotions into audible empathies that can be shared with the masses. From our first heartbeat, to our dying breath’s last rattle, we are music, and music follows us throughout our lifetime. “Music Follows You” is the title and concept of The NAMM Foundation’s 2017 PSA. The PSA serves to inspire its viewers to think about music – and themselves – differently than before. The :30 spot features spoken word artist Steve Connell who espouses this view of music in a lyrical fashion that is sure to capture audiences and provide inspiration to break barriers of the self-limiting notions of who makes music – and at what age. Learn more at NAMMFoundation.org


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NAMM Member Middle C Music in Washington D.C. is on a mission to repair the instruments from Jefferson Middle School–the same school NAMM's Music Education Advocacy D.C. Fly In visited during their Day of Service in May. Click here to see the full video!
A music store owner is taking time out of her day to help give back to her community. D.C. Bureau Chief Sam Ford explains what's inspiring Myrna Sislen to do it in the video above.

#ThrowbackThursdsay to our "platinum" anniversary, our 100th!

"New studies show that as little as two years of music instruction has multiple benefits. Music training can change both the structure of the brain's white matter, which carries signals through the brain, and gray matter, which contains most of the brain's neurons that are active in processing information."
If the brain is a muscle, then learning to play an instrument and read music is the ultimate exercise.