Music for All, a not-for-profit educational organization and the nation’s largest and most influential provider of programs for scholastic music ensembles and BOX5, America’s most experienced event video company, today announces that the 2023 National Concert Festival will stream for free @ https://box5tv.com.
As the Official Video Provider, BOX5 will live stream Music for All’s National Concert Festival 2023 events including the National Honor Ensembles.
“What an awesome opportunity for those not able to attend in person to watch every ensemble and performance during the National Concert Festival” says Tim Snyder, President of BOX5 Media. “We believe strongly in trying to bring this event to as wide an audience as possible. More eyes means more awareness for these fantastic performances. Its a large project to get all of this done at the level our viewers have become accustomed to and I think we are up for the challenge”
The National Concert Festival will stream March 31 – April 2 on the BOX5-TV website.
BOX5 Media strives to create and deliver the highest quality streaming experiences for the most compelling performances anywhere in the world. The BOX5 team is extremely passionate about video production and the arts and believe no other company can match this level of detail and expertise in the marching activity and media production. Founded in 1999 as an audio company, BOX5 Media is still a family business in 2021. BOX5 is a boutique, specialty shop, exclusive business that wants to create the media that inspires the next generation of performers.
For more information, please visit: box5tv.com
ABOUT MUSIC FOR ALL
Music for All’s mission is to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all. Its vision is to be a catalyst to ensure that every child in America has access and opportunity for active music making in his or her scholastic environment. Founded in 1975, Music for All is a destination – and sets the standard – for scholastic music ensemble performance and music education advocacy. Music for All provides ensemble experiences, hands-on opportunities for individual student performance training and growth, and teacher professional development. Music for All is also committed to informing and empowering students, parents, and teachers to be engaged advocates for the arts and music education in their communities and across the nation. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, Music for All’s programs include 30+ annual events, serving more than 500,000 attendees each year – more than 1.3 million in our 45-year history. Its programs including Bands of America Grand National Championships and Regional Championships, Music for All Summer Symposium, the Music for All National Festival and Affiliate Regional Music Festivals for concert ensembles, and national honor ensembles for students, including the Bands of America Honor Band that will march for the fifth time in the Rose Parade® in 2022.
Music for All efforts are supported through sponsorships, including current partnerships with National Presenting Sponsor: Yamaha Corporation of America; Official Uniform Sponsor: Fred J. Miller, Inc.; Official Student Travel Partner: Music Travel Consultants; Official Spirit Wear Sponsor: PepWear; Official Performance Equipment Sponsor: Wenger Corporation; Corporate Sponsors: Ball State University, BAND the mobile app, the U.S. Marines, Visit Indy, and the City of Indianapolis, and Strategic Advocacy Partner: NAMM; Associate Sponsors: DANSR, Director’s Showcase International, REMO, ScholarshipAuditions.com, and Woodwind & Brasswind; and Official Affiliate Regional Travel Partner: Bob Rogers Travel. Music for All is also supported by the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the City of Indianapolis; Ball Brothers Foundation; Lilly Endowment Inc.; Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Inc.; CMA Foundation; Central Indiana Community Foundation; Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation; Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr., Memorial Foundation, Inc.; and United Way of Central Indiana.
For more information, please visit: musicforall.org