MHOF

(redirected from Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
MHOFMr. Holland's Opus Foundation
MHOFMusicians Hall of Fame and Museum (Nashville, TN)
MHOFMany Hands Organic Farm (Barre, MA)
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The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, the National Art Education Association (NAEA), the Mississippi Arts Commission, NAMM: International Music Products Association, MENC: The National Association for Music Education, the National Network for Folk Arts in Education (see What's New), the Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation, and the VH-1 Save the Music Foundation are all members of AEP.
The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation is proud to have his support."
Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation assisted NAMM with the grant review and will provide technical support to the schools in implementing their music programs.
The following programs also received grant approval during the recent National Association of Music Merchants' (NAMM) Board of Directors' meeting: Australian Music Association; Coalition for Music Education in Canada; Dallas Wind Symphony; Guitars and Accessories Marketing Association; Guitars in The Classroom; Little Kids Rock; Manhattan School of Music; Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation; Music For All; National String Project Consortium; Orchestre A L'Ecole; Percussion Marketing Council; Percussive Arts Society, Inc.; San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory; and Technology Institute for Music Educators.
MTNA partnered with The American Music Conference; MENC: The National Association for Music Education; The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation; The Music for All Foundation; NAMM, the International Music Products Association; The National Parent Teacher Association; The National School Boards Association; Yamaha Corporation of America; and VH1 Save The Music Foundation.
Yamaha's Band & Orchestral Division recently provided a number of instruments to The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (MHOF).
The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation. The Music for A Foundation.
The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation reached approximately 25,000 students in 2004 by providing instruments to music programs in schools and communities across the country.
MTNA partnered with The American Music Conference, MENC: The National Association for Music Education, The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation, The Music For All Foundation, The National School Boards Association, Yamaha Corporation of America and VH1 Save The Music Foundation in creating the survey and interpreting the results.