Learn about instrumentation balance and purchasing for your school or organization.
Do you need more instruments for your instrumental music room? Often the job of instrumental music educator has many facets, one of which is to make certain that every student has a working, high-quality instrument on which to learn. Securing a fleet of instruments can be a challenge. Most superintendents and school boards do not know the importance of balanced instrumentation or understand the depreciation schedule of musical instruments. It is often left up to the music educator to design a clear, financially-solid picture of the instrumental program you want to build for your students and the long-term costs that may be associated with your plan. Most school boards are composed of people who want strong instrumental music programs but may lack the knowledge of how to properly support your goals and aspirations.
Our Educational Support Managers (ESMs) are ready to support your instrumental music program.
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