Florida Federation of Music Clubs, Inc.
Organized in 1913*, the Florida Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. is affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs and is dedicated to the purpose of furthering music education and fostering a musical environment in our communities through the sponsorship of musical events and by providing performing opportunities for our talented and deserving young people. As well, FFMC, Inc. sponsors competitive events in which participating students can win awards and scholarships.
Visit the Calendar page for more information on our main activities and deadlines.
Take a look at the most recent edition of the FFMC publication: Sharps & Flats
Members of the Florida Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. are professional and amateur musicians as well as generous benefactors and music lovers who volunteer their time and energy to create a dynamic musical and cultural environment in our communities.
We invite music organizations, music teachers, musicians, music lovers, and music students who live in Florida and share our goals to join FFMC. Please see our Membership page for more information. Contact the New Member Liaison for assistance. There are important deadlines. Do not delay!
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FFMC, Inc. is organized for charitable and educational purposes under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations made to FFMC, Inc. are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Florida Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the State. FFMC, Inc. registration number with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is CH12373.
[*FFMC's first president, Mrs. James H. Hirsch from Orlando was appointed by NFMC in 1913. Because of the intervening World War, no meeting was held until 1917 when Mrs. L.B. Safford was elected president at the first convention held in Miami.]