We recently awarded the Civic Music Association of Milwaukee (CMA) an $8,000 grant in support of scholarships that will help young instrumentalists and vocalists refine their skills and practice their craft through private … Continue Reading →
Artistas Y Músicos Latino Americanos (AMLA) is a non-profit arts and artist’s organization founded in 2006 in North Philadelphia. A subsidiary of corporation of Esperanza, Inc., the mission of AMLA is … Continue Reading →
A non-profit organization of Phish fans, has donated $1,500 to the Fayetteville-Manlius school district’s music program On the cusp of Phish’s 2016 performance at the Lakeview Amphitheater in Syracuse, New … Continue Reading →
In January of 2016, Hilo Intermediate in Hilo, Hawaii was awarded a $5,000 grant to purchase and support both new and existing music programs that focus on ukulele, vocal and … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation spreads a love of music wherever the jam band goes. During the Summer of 2016, in advance of Phish’s shows in Philadelphia on June 28 & 29, … Continue Reading →
Article in The Tennessean, 4/1/15.
See the Loudest Librarian’s post about the ukulele workshop for kids at the Pacifica Libraries, funded by the Mockingbird Foundation.
Hannah Heimbuch of The Artic Sounder (Anchorage) has written a very nice article about recent Mockingbird Foundation grantee Taiko Drummers at Point Hope. Check out Taiko on YouTube.
Sharin’ in the Groove: Celebrating the Music of Phish continues to sell well more than a decade after its release. Recently listed in Home Grown Music Network‘s “Top 100 Sellers … Continue Reading →
The Press of Atlantic City wrote an article about the Foundation’s recent tour grant to ACHS, though mis-attributed it to the band rather than our fan-managed effort: Rock group Phish … Continue Reading →