Bethany Easterling

Bethany discovered her love of music when she began learning to play the piano at age 13.  She was active in choir, marching, concert, and jazz-band from middle school through college.  After formally studying classical piano for two years at Northeastern State University, she later graduated from Full Sail University where she earned the title […]

Madison McCandless

Madison is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a bachelors in Percussion Performance where she  studied under Wayne Bovenschen and Dr. Howard Potter. Before attending OSU, Madison attended Edmond Memorial High School. During her undergrad, she marched with the Oklahoma State University Cowboy Marching Band for two years playing in the front ensemble and […]

Director Resources

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Some of the most passionate, inventive minds in music education advocacy are focusing all of their resources on creating materials to support directors in their recruiting during this unpredictable school year. Below are links to these resources.  We will continue updating this list daily as more and more resources become available.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]We HIGHLY recommend that you […]

COVID-19 Instrument Cleaning Guidelines from NFHS

COVID-19 and Instrument Cleaning The NFHS, NAfME and NAMM recommend the following guidelines for handling musical instruments during the COVID-19 school shutdown period. These guidelines are designed for use by music educators and educators may use these guidelines when teaching students and parents how to clean instruments. Sterilization vs. Disinfection There is a difference between […]

SARS-CoV-2 Response

We are locally, family owned and operated for three generations, going on 75 years. According to guidance provided by the State of Oklahoma, we are considered to be Essential so have modified our operations to continue to serve Oklahoma music makers including educators and students through this crisis. This is how we are currently functioning: […]