Emerging Delaware TA JuneRose belongs

Today we celebrate JuneRose Futcher, an emerging TA who lives in Delaware. JuneRose joined TAMA’s Board as the Delaware Director during the pandemic. What is so cool and joyful about […]

A united front in DC brings Go-go to classrooms

Black man smiles at viewer holding a cabasa. He wears a straw hat wrapped in a blue stripped ribbon and pink salmon button down shirt.

Trouble Funk popularized indigenous music from our nation’s capitol and our DC Director stands united with this popular R&B and funk genre called go-go. We start this week there with […]

Inspired outside with Wincey Terry-Bryant

It’s #FollowFriday – a TAMA opportunity to get INSPIRED! Today we are celebrating and following TAMA’s New Jersey State Director – Wincey Terry-Bryant, vocal music Teaching Artist. What environment inspires […]

Teaching Artist Dave Fry Creates Community

First up in TAMA’s TA Interview Series is TAMA’s Board Secretary – DAVE FRY is a Teaching Artist based in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Dave is a lifelong folk musician and […]

Interview Series with Mid-Atlantic TAs

To read the following dialogue, two readers are needed.  One to play TAMA and the other to play YOU!  Use your imagination as you learn about the upcoming Interview Series […]

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