When friends Jim Pipovar and Barry Bianche first decided to create F.A.M.E., Friends for the Advancement of Musical Education Inc., back in 2006, it was intended to be a commitment to the betterment
and preservation of music for the next generation.
“We came up with the idea (of F.A.M.E.) because of music and its importance to kids in schools,” Pipovar said. “Music is not just an activity in school—mathematically it helps students by enhancing that part of the brain.”
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