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  • Museum of Making Music - Foundations
    One Fieldtrips S T E A M Guitar Lab Families Kids Programs for Adults New Horizons Band North Coast Strings Outreach Partnerships Music Teachers Support Become a Member Become a Volunteer Special Funds Donor Recognition Donate to MoMM News Press Room Media Coverage Notes Newsletter Shop Browse Store Policies Privacy Policy Foundations The Addams Family Foundation The Leichtag Family Foundation The Kenneth T and Eileen L Norris Foundation The City

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/support/recognition/100-foundations (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - Sponsors
    Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Education Schools Educators Preschool Fieldtrips K 12 MusicVentures Title One Fieldtrips S T E A M Guitar Lab Families Kids Programs for Adults New Horizons Band North Coast Strings Outreach Partnerships Music Teachers Support Become a Member Become a Volunteer Special Funds Donor Recognition Donate to MoMM News Press Room Media Coverage Notes Newsletter Shop Browse Store Policies Privacy Policy Sponsors Certified Folder Dan Grube Realtor

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/support/recognition/101-sponsors (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - Charter Benefactors
    John Chowning Brian Chung Kawai Jack Coffey Coffey Music Co Inc John D Addario J D Addario Co Inc Dan Mary Ann Del Fiorentino Del Fiorentino Family Bill Everitt Jr Brook Mays Music Co Michael Janet Faulhaber Ward Brodt Music Co Sylvia Fehnel The Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation Sandy Wendy Feldstein Robert K Fletcher Fletcher Music Centers Inc Richard Francis R Craig Gigax Meridian Music Company Robert Janet Godin La Si Do Inc Mark Goff Paige s Music Ted Good Steinway Hall Akron Michael Greene Greene Music Lou Evelyn Grubb Robert Hale John Cinda Lee Hall Rickenbacker International Corp Jeff Hasselberger Hasselberger Associates Paul Heid Heid Music Dee Jerome Hershman J D Music Services Ltd Glenn Mary Holtz Dennis Houlihan Roland Corporation U S Tim Hoy Hammell Music Inc Daryl Jamison Jamison Family Children Rosi Johnson Mississippi Music Inc Ikutaro Kakehashi Roland Corporation Alan Kay Eugene Kornblum St Louis Music Inc Bob Korten Kortens Inc Michael Kovins Korg USA Inc Joe Lamond NAMM Terry Lewis Yamaha Corporation of America Don Julie Lewis Lewisizer Productions Larry Linkin Warren Lovell Big Time Operator Skip Maggiora Alliance of Indep Music Merchants Iris Morty Manus Steven Manus Alfred Publishing Co Inc William Maritz Gil Vera Marschner C F Martin IV The Martin Guitar Co Lauren May Randall May International Inc Rick McClendon TASCAM TEAC America Inc William McCormick Jr Jordan Kitt s Music Robert Kay McDowell Bob McKinley Gemeinhardt Co Inc John McLaren BBE Sound Inc Betty Meyer Meyer Music Co Larry Morton Hal Leonard Corp Paul Murphy Jr M Steinert Sons Company Inc John Musselman E M Winston Band Instruments Co Ken O Brien Music Arts Center Inc Vito Pascucci G Leblanc Corporation Leon Pascucci Hartley Peavey Peavey Electronics Corp Jane Nick Peck Pecknel Music Company Kevin Prosser Prosser Piano Organ George Quinlan

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/support/recognition/105-charter-benefactors (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - Interactive Instrument Donors
    4 Gallery 5 Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Education Schools Educators Preschool Fieldtrips K 12 MusicVentures Title One Fieldtrips S T E A M Guitar Lab Families Kids Programs for Adults New Horizons Band North Coast Strings Outreach Partnerships Music Teachers Support Become a Member Become a Volunteer Special Funds Donor Recognition Donate to MoMM News Press Room Media Coverage Notes Newsletter Shop Browse Store Policies Privacy Policy Interactive

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/support/recognition/199-interactive-instruments (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - “What Music Means To Me” Brings Multi-Media Exploration of Music’s Significance to the Museum of Making Music
    Exploration of Music s Significance to the Museum of Making Music Created 11 November 2014 Print We were interested in creating an exhibition around Rejino s work because it shines a light on the core purpose of our work at the Museum of Making Music said Museum executive director Carolyn Grant We believe that music making matters that it is significant to the human experience This unique exhibit illustrates that music making offers direct access to expression through sound Through music we can connect at a very deep level with life from the everyday happenings of our existence to life s beauty sorrow hopes or simply the unnameable The exhibit incorporates original video footage photography and quotes from people of all ages for whom music has proved essential and life changing A wide variety of music makers are represented in the video including actor pianist Robert Downey Jr musicians who have performed at the Museum students from Vista based Joli Ann Leichtag Elementary and members of the Museum s New Horizons Band A December 12 concert event introduces the exhibit to the community Museum members and guests are invited to view photos and videos contribute their own messages and learn more about the What Music Means to Me project Project mentor Richard Rejino will discuss his passionate goal to raise public awareness of the benefits of music in education and in all stages of life Special guests some of whom are featured in his book will join Rejino America s Got Talent alumnus Lewis Warren Jr who has been playing piano professionally since age 8 will perform Throughout the exhibit s eight month Museum residency patrons may contribute a personal reflection on music s significance at museumofmakingmusic org MusicMeans and on the Museum s social media channels This special exhibition

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/pressroom/1397-wmm2m-release (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - “What Music Means To Me” Brings Multi-Media Exploration of Music’s Significance to the Museum of Making Music
    direct access to expression through sound Through music we can connect at a very deep level with life from the everyday happenings of our existence to life s beauty sorrow hopes or simply the unnameable The exhibit incorporates original video footage photography and quotes from people of all ages for whom music has proved essential and life changing A wide variety of music makers are represented in the video including actor pianist Robert Downey Jr musicians who have performed at the Museum students from Vista based Joli Ann Leichtag Elementary and members of the Museum s New Horizons Band A December 12 concert event introduces the exhibit to the community Museum members and guests are invited to view photos and videos contribute their own messages and learn more about the What Music Means to Me project Project mentor Richard Rejino will discuss his passionate goal to raise public awareness of the benefits of music in education and in all stages of life Special guests some of whom are featured in his book will join Rejino America s Got Talent alumnus Lewis Warren Jr who has been playing piano professionally since age 8 will perform Throughout the exhibit s eight month

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/pressroom/1397-wmm2m-release?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - "The Banjo: A New Day for an Old Instrument" Explores the Surprising Story Behind the Cultural Renaissance of "America's Instrument"
    in The Banjo A New Day for an Old Instrument a special exhibit at the Museum of Making Music debuting March 29 2014 and running through October 2014 The exhibit features banjo artifacts and replicas dating back to the earliest banjo like instruments modern banjo hybrids and innovations an interactive workbench provided by the San Diego based Deering Banjo Company demonstrating the intricacies of banjo construction and illustrated descriptive panels delineating the instrument s origins and evolution An 11 performance companion concert series featuring an international slate of banjos and banjoists throughout the spring summer and fall rounds out the exhibit experience The Banjo A New Day for an Old Instrument portrays a complex instrument as much at home accompanying a jazz ensemble as it is center stage at the Grand Ol Opry The banjo has traveled from the continent of Africa to the parlors of turn of the century Boston to the stages of the world s renowned symphony halls Its musical artistry defies categorization as much as it has kindled misconceptions Museum Director Carolyn Grant is confident that this new exhibit and concert series will surprise as well as entertain Anyone who comes with a stereotypical idea of the banjo its culture or its music will come away absolutely enriched by a new and faceted vision of this instrument that has traversed so many cultural geographic and musical boundaries Grant said The banjo is inspiring innovative and truly versatile and richly deserves its recent popularity explosion The exhibit juxtaposes the banjo within myriad cultural stories in the history of making music From the modern instrument抯 precursors that made their way from West Africa to the Caribbean to the American South bringing with them songs of both hope and hardship to the innovative amplified and hybridized versions leading the

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/pressroom/263-banjo-exhibit (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - "The Banjo: A New Day for an Old Instrument" Explores the Surprising Story Behind the Cultural Renaissance of "America's Instrument"
    and running through October 2014 The exhibit features banjo artifacts and replicas dating back to the earliest banjo like instruments modern banjo hybrids and innovations an interactive workbench provided by the San Diego based Deering Banjo Company demonstrating the intricacies of banjo construction and illustrated descriptive panels delineating the instrument s origins and evolution An 11 performance companion concert series featuring an international slate of banjos and banjoists throughout the spring summer and fall rounds out the exhibit experience The Banjo A New Day for an Old Instrument portrays a complex instrument as much at home accompanying a jazz ensemble as it is center stage at the Grand Ol Opry The banjo has traveled from the continent of Africa to the parlors of turn of the century Boston to the stages of the world s renowned symphony halls Its musical artistry defies categorization as much as it has kindled misconceptions Museum Director Carolyn Grant is confident that this new exhibit and concert series will surprise as well as entertain Anyone who comes with a stereotypical idea of the banjo its culture or its music will come away absolutely enriched by a new and faceted vision of this instrument that has traversed so many cultural geographic and musical boundaries Grant said The banjo is inspiring innovative and truly versatile and richly deserves its recent popularity explosion The exhibit juxtaposes the banjo within myriad cultural stories in the history of making music From the modern instrument抯 precursors that made their way from West Africa to the Caribbean to the American South bringing with them songs of both hope and hardship to the innovative amplified and hybridized versions leading the charge through American folk bluegrass pop and funk tunes the banjo emerges as a captivating component to widely varied music styles accompanied by

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/pressroom/263-banjo-exhibit?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-18)
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