The Chicago Local 10-308 trumpet player, who is artistic director, conductor, and co-founder of Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, is impacting students through Discover Music: Discover Life.
Yesterday Congress introduced a bill to help ensure musicians and other working people keep the pensions they earned.
The Los Angeles Local 47 member has built a reputation as both a producer and solo performer.
The Nashville Local 257 musicians have grown together as individuals, musicians, and friends since forming the band in 2006.
The NYC Local 802 music director, conductor, and keyboardist talks about working in New York and on national tours.
Thanks to musicians and their allies joining together, the Music Modernization Act (MMA) is now law.
Musicians are fighting management’s demands for pay cuts, shortened season & reduced orchestra size.
The Hamilton Local 293 member discuses her work as Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Music Director, resident conductor for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and guest engagements around the globe.
AFM joined with other members of music community in telling the FCC that AM/FM radio has an unfair advantage over newer ways to consume music because they do not pay musicians.
A Ninth Circuit appeals court panel sided with AFM in our suit against Paramount for recording the score to “Same Kind of Different As Me” in Slovakia.