Let's have fun: Flying and Playing Music! Dedicated to encouraging and educating youth and adults in the science and art of aviation and music.
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FMA News Flash has been sent to all members. Please check your junk/spam/quarantine folders if you do not readily see it. Not a members? Join now http://flyingmusicians.org/members/page.php?19
Flying Musicians Member Bruce Dunai will perform for the NTBAA 2nd Annual Safety Show-Down at the Dallas Cowboys Golf Club. Read more at www.FlyingMusicians.org.
What's a Fly-In MusicJam? Come to the beach on April 16th and find out!
We are flying into First Flight Airport (FFA), the birthplace of powered flight to celebrate Wilbur Wright's Birthday on April 16th. Join us for food, fun, music, a presentation and more! Details at http://Flyingmusicians.org
Oregon, Oklahoma, Outer Banks... Opportunities abound! Check out the FMA RADAR and let us know which one(s) you are interested in. If you know of other events, please include your suggestions on the comment section of the page. Thanks and let's all have fun in 2014!
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Are you interested in inspiring, educating and encouraging the youth of today to be the best they can while pursuing music and aviation?
FMA is looking for a few good people who would like to polish the FMA presentation and those who would like to speak to schools, youth groups, community groups, etc...
Grants are being sought to cover expenses and perhaps a stipend too.
Contact [email protected]
We want to thank Pacific Coast Jazz / That Other Label for renewing their corporate membership support. So grateful that they are onboard for this flight journey of FMA's. They were the first to board nearly five years ago!
FMA is so fortunate to have the support of so many in the aviation industry. Guess who is the most recent Corporate Member?
Find out who and read about their support at http://flyingmusicians.org/members/comment.php?comment.news.148
Some interesting changes in Brazil to the way dentist approach their work with wind musicians (Brass and Woodwind).
FM's Migrate to Sebring - Fleeing Polar Vortex... read all about it!
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