FAME-STANDING WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY

The Feierabend Associate for Music Education believes Black Lives Matter. We stand with the Black community. We stand for opposing systemic racism, injustice, cruelty, and oppression. The resulting collective pain felt so widely across the nation and world has intensified our realization of how much we, as a music community, need to redouble our efforts to dismantle systems of racial oppression and injustice. We must listen to, learn from, and amplify the voices of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and People of Color.

Fame is taking a critical look inward and outward as we engage in profound discussions on how to reach. include, and center the voices of Black music teachers in our membership and on our board of directors. By doing so, it is our sincere hope we can give voice to marginalized communities and ensure that educators, students, and families feel a true belonging in our classrooms, schools, community, and nation.

FAME-STANDING WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY

The Feierabend Associate for Music Education believes Black Lives Matter. We stand with the Black community. We stand for opposing systemic racism, injustice, cruelty, and oppression. The resulting collective pain felt so widely across the nation and world has intensified our realization of how much we, as a music community, need to redouble our efforts to dismantle systems of racial oppression and injustice. We must listen to, learn from, and amplify the voices of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and People of Color.

Fame is taking a critical look inward and outward as we engage in profound discussions on how to reach. include, and center the voices of Black music teachers in our membership and on our board of directors. By doing so, it is our sincere hope we can give voice to marginalized communities and ensure that educators, students, and families feel a true belonging in our classrooms, schools, community, and nation.

FAME-STANDING WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY

The Feierabend Associate for Music Education believes Black Lives Matter. We stand with the Black community. We stand for opposing systemic racism, injustice, cruelty, and oppression. The resulting collective pain felt so widely across the nation and world has intensified our realization of how much we, as a music community, need to redouble our efforts to dismantle systems of racial oppression and injustice. We must listen to, learn from, and amplify the voices of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and People of Color.

Fame is taking a critical look inward and outward as we engage in profound discussions on how to reach. include, and center the voices of Black music teachers in our membership and on our board of directors. By doing so, it is our sincere hope we can give voice to marginalized communities and ensure that educators, students, and families feel a true belonging in our classrooms, schools, community, and nation.

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FAME is dedicated to promoting and supporting the work of Dr. John M. Feierabend through collaboration, advocacy, training, resource sharing, and more.

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About Dr. John Feierabend

Dr. John Feierabend is considered one of the leading authorities on music and movement development in childhood.  He is the inspiration for the founding of FAME!

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Teacher Trainers

Help spread the word about the Feierabend Approach to music learning.  Find our what a FAME Certified Teacher Trainer is and how to apply to become one.

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4th Biennial FAME Conference in Philadelphia is Postponed

Due to the concerns of the spread of COVID-19, the Board of Directors of the Feierabend Association for Music Education has decided to postpone FAMECON2020. FAMECON Philly will take place during the same time frame next summer, July 16-18, 2021. If you have already registered, we can either apply your payment to next year’s conference or we will refund your registration fee. 

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