Welcome to Texas Federation of Music Clubs!
Texas Federation of Music Clubs (TFMC) is affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC). We have clubs and activities for adults (Seniors), Collegians, and kids (Juniors) as well as professional music teachers and social music lovers. Browse our website and explore the ways TFMC benefits local, state and national musical interests!
As a grassroots organization working in communities throughout our country, we provide musical opportunities for all ages: professional and amateur musicians, benefactors, volunteers, music lovers, music teachers, music students, and supportive parents.
Discover the many opportunities and activities in which our members participate: Festival programs, competitive events, community outreach, music education advocacy, socializing with musical friends in your community and much, much more.
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Broaden your musical experience! Share your talents and interests with like-minded members of TFMC. Explore our web site then find a club to join!
Membership in Texas Federation of Music Clubs gives you several options to get what you want from a music organization and an opportunity to give something back!
Federation members work to create a dynamic musical and cultural environment in their communities through education and sponsorship of musical events.
There are many ways to be involved:
Study and performance opportunities
Local community arts programs
Statewide Festivals for juniors and adults
Dance, poetry and other fine arts
Summer music camps
Music programs in universities and colleges
Music therapy and education programs
Legislation for music education, advocating high music standards
Opportunities for musicians with disabilities and visual impairments.
Sacred and inspirational music
November - American Music Month
May (1st week) - National Music Week
Contact any of our District or Club Presidents to find out about meetings near you.
To find out about festivals near you, contact a festival chairman or our TFMC State Junior Counselor.
Texas is one of five states in the South Central Region of the National Federation of Music Clubs supporting Opera in the Ozarks/Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony (OIO/IPFAC). We raise funds for general operations and for scholarships to attend this nine-week opera camp designed for career-minded students.
Other states in the South Central Region include Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri.
Victoria Loustaunau, a music therapy major at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, is the 2020 winner of the Leake J. Ward Music Therapy Scholarship of $1,000.
Victoria is from El Paso, Texas and is currently a senior at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. She is scheduled to graduate in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in music, emphasis in music therapy specializing in oboe and voice. Victoria describes herself as the epitome of Shakespeare’s quote, “though she be little, she is fierce!”
Victoria began oboe lessons at age 11 and vocal training at age 16. She has toured and performed in Texas, New York, Canada, Alaska and soon, Korea. During her time at WTAMU, Victoria has participated in many ensembles including Marching Band, Symphonic Band (First Chair), Chorale (President and Vice-President), Symphony Orchestra (First Chair) and Opera Workshop. She was the featured guest artist for the school’s annual Christmas Concert that was aired on PBS. Victoria has served as secretary for two years and most recently, president of the student music therapy organization.