Filmore has been named the CMA’s newest Artist Ambassador, helping expand its support and advocacy for equitable music education opportunities across the United States.
As a CMA Foundation Artist Ambassador, the Curb Records artist will participate in various events and initiatives that enhance the CMA Foundation’s mission of ensuring this generation’s access to equitable music education opportunities. He will also lead a focus group with Nashville-based Music Teacher of Excellence recipients to discuss the program, their experiences attending The 55th Annual CMA Awards, and being recognized on live TV during the broadcast.
“We are excited to have Filmore join the CMA Foundation Artist Ambassador collective,” says Tiffany Kerns, CMA Foundation Executive Director. “As someone who participated in choir as a kid and went to college for vocal performance, we couldn’t think of a better artist to shine a light on the importance of music in a student’s education. We cannot thank him enough for joining us to help enhance our mission of ensuring all students across the U.S. have access to participate in quality music programs.”
“I’m so ready to be a part of such an amazing mission and organization,” adds Filmore. “As an artist, writer, and music graduate, I will help share my experiences with students and hopefully inspire them to continue chasing the amazing journey that is music!”
Filmore Alaina joins the CMA Foundation’s Artist Ambassador collective alongside Lauren Alaina, Jimmie Allen, Charlie Worsham, Russell Dickerson, Lindsay Ell, Maddie & Tae, Ashley McBryde and Caitlyn Smith.
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